The Disney Channel has acquired German television rights to TV-Loonland’s animated series, Connie the Cow. The show already airs in many countries around the world including Canada, the U.K., France, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Australia, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
Connie the Cow is created and directed by Josep Viciana, and produced by Neptuno Films of Spain. Aimed at preschoolers, the colorful show chronicles the adventures of the rebellious, tireless and insatiably curious Connie the Cow and her friends. Stimulated by Connie’s yen for discovery, young viewers are encouraged to investigate their own lives with an equal amount of curiosity.
The show has earned excellent ratings worldwide, including a 72% market share among preschoolers on ABC in Australia and almost 25% on ITV in the U.K. In 2003 it was crowned the best animated children’s series at the international festival Cartoons on the Bay.
TV-Loonland is an integrated media company with its own development teams and production facilities in Continental Europe, Great Britain and the U.S., as well as a comprehensive rights catalogue and a worldwide operating distribution team.
The Disney Channel is broadcast via Premiere in Germany and Austria and by Teleclub in Switzerland.