Distributor Monster Entertainment and Dublin-based production house Wiggleywoo announced that Nickelodeon has acquired the international broadcast rights to the award-winning preschool series The Day Henry Met..? across market on six continents — including Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Benelux, GSA, Greece, Italy, Portugal, CEE, Russia, Israel, Africa, Southeast Asia, India, the Middle East and Latin America.
The worldwide agreement includes the first 26 x 5 season as well as the in-production season two, also 26 x 5. Nickelodeon had already picked up rights to the show in the U.K. and Australia. Henry was the top-rated preschool series on Nick Jr. Australia and is building a healthy fanbase on Nick Jr. U.K. and around the world. The series has now been sold to 177 territories worldwide.
The Day Henry Met is produced by Dublin-based Wiggleywoo Ltd and distributed by Monster Entertainment. The series won the Pulcinella Award for Best European Work at Cartoons on the Bay in 2015. The Day Henry Met has also been sold to RTE in Ireland, TV Ontario, Television Francaise Ontario and Knowledge Network in Canada, Canal Plus for all French speaking territories worldwide, ABC in Australia, Kids TV in Korea, YLE in Finland, SVT in Sweden and HMH in the US.