The Flash animated series Yakkity Yak, which airs on Nickelodeon in the U.S. and Australia, as well as TELETOON in Canada and Channel 10 in Australia, has recently been sold to Nickelodeon channels in Latin America and Europe. Those outlets will begin airing the show early this year.
An international co-production between Vancouver-based Studio B Prods. and Australia’s Kapow Pictures, Yakkity Yak chronicles the adventures of a teenage yak named Yakkity, who dreams of becoming a famous comedian while he serves as class clown in his hometown of Onion Falls.
Studio B has produced more than 150 half hours of animation, including Yvon of the Yukon, What About Mimi? and D’Myna Leagues, which currently air around the world. The studio is now in production on 26×22 episodes of its original series Being Ian for YTV.
Sydney-based Kapow Pictures specializes in children’s television series, as well as 2D and 3D television commercials. The animation studio is also known for its short films, which have been shown at numerous international festivals.