Cyber Group Racks Up Deals Across Asia

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Paris-based Cyber Group Studios reports an increased presence of its shows in Asia with sales of more than 250 half hours for series such as Zorro: The Chronicles, Tales of Tatonka, Mademoiselle Zazie and Zou.

In Asia-Pacific territories, Tales of Tatonka (52×13′), produced by Cyber Group Studios, keeps performing well as Discovery Networks renewed the rights of this CGI series for the region.

In Indonesia and Sri Lanka, a TV and DVD deal was secured with Spectrum for Zorro: The Chronicles (26×22′), the latest reboot featuring the masked superhero. This action comedy series geared to 6-12 boys and girls, produced by Cyber Group Studios in collaboration with John Gertz’s Zorro Productions and Blue Spirit Studios for France Télévisions and RAI, has already been pre-sold to major broadcasters worldwide including: Tele Quebec (Canada), VRT and RTBF (Belgium), RTVE (Spain), NPO (Netherland), RTS (Switzerland), Globosat (Brazil) and YLE (Finland).

In Korea, Cyber Group Studios also concluded a significant package deal with Key Intermedia for the second season of Zou (156×11′), Mademoiselle Zazie (78×7′), both produced by Cyber Group Studios and Scrawl, as well as Adams Bakery (52×13′), the upper preschool series from Changzhou Dinosaur Park and Grenadine Peppermint (78×7′).

Iconix also snapped up Mademoiselle Zazie (78×7′) to broadcast on Skylife while JCG bought the rights of Adams Bakery (52×13′) for Kids Talk Talk channel in Korea.

In Taiwan, Good TV picked up The Long Long Holiday (10×26′), the French animated series produced by Les Armateurs about the Second World War through the eyes of kids. Cyber Group Studios’ little zebra Zou (156×11′) keeps entertaining children in Taiwan as Momo Kids acquired the second season of the show, sold in more than 150 countries around the world and in over 30 languages. And Cyber Group Studios is launching the third season of its preschool hit.

Zorro: The Chronicles

Zorro: The Chronicles