Toronto-based Guru Studio’s popular animated preschool adventure series Justin Time has been sold into several major European markets, including Germany. Super RTL the largest children’s TV network in Germany, picked up the first two seasons of the show and will start airing episodes in December. In the United Kingdom, seasons one and two began airing Sept. 1 on Pop TV’s Tiny Pop channel, aimed at kids ages 3-7.
Also picking up the show are:
- Disney Jr. Germany, which also covers Austria and Switzerland, and will begin airing Season 2 on March 1.
- ETV, Estonia’s national public television station, will debut both seasons Nov. 1.
- And VRT, Belgium’s publicly-funded radio and television network, began airing both seasons Sept. 1.
Justin Time follows the everyday adventures of Justin and his make-believe friends, Squidgy, a piece of yellow clay; and Olive, the group’s trusty navigator and guide. Together, the trio takes on bite-size historical adventures.