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Netflix and Hasbro announced an expanded agreement making two of the new Hasbro Studios shows, Littlest Pet Shop and Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters, available to Netflix members in the U.S. Kaijudo is available now and Littlest Pet Shop will be available summer 2013. Through this agreement, Netflix becomes the [...]
Hasbro Studios, the Los Angeles-based entertainment division of Hasbro has signed a deal with Malaysia’s Vision Animation and Australia’s Moody Street Kids to produce 26 half-hour episodes for the second season of Rescue Bots. The pact comes as the new animated Transformers franchise series has debuted to strong ratings both [...]
Hasbro has integrated all of its content initiative—including television, film, commercial productions and short-form content—under Stephen Davis, president of Los Angeles-based Hasbro Studios. Davis, who has overseen global TV development, production and distribution for Hasbro since launching the studio in 2009, will report to Hasbro chief marketing officer John Frascotti [...]
Hasbro Studios, the L.A.-based TV production and distribution division of has made a multi-year deal with Netflix to make its content available for streaming beginning today. Transformers Prime, My Little Pony, Pound Puppies, G.I. Joe: Renegades and The Adventures of Chuck & Friends are now available to instantly watch on [...]
Hasbro Studios has split its creative units into development and current program groups as it increases its output of new programs. The move sees several shifts in executive responsibility. Mike Vogel move from the post of executive director, boys and action programming, to vice president, development. Vogel will be charged with [...]
Writer and producer Jeff Kline, whose recent credits include Transformers: Prime and G.I. Joe: Renegades for The Hub, has signed a four-year deal to develop and produce children’s animated series for Hasbro Studios. Kline was VP of drama development at Columbia Pictures Television before he moved into writing in the mid-1990s. [...]