Paris-based studio Cyber Group Studios’ new animated preschool series Gigantosaurus was the most-viewed show at this past weekend’s MIP Junior Market in France. The show, which had its world premiere on Saturday. The show is based on the best-selling books by Jonny Duddle (published by Templar) and centers on the adventures of four young dino friends who explore their prehistoric world. The 52 x 11” series will be launched on Disney Jr. worldwide (except India, China and Taiwan) in early 2019 and will air on major networks such as France Televisions, Germany’s Super RTL and Netflix.
The No. 2 most watched show was Italy’s Rainbow’s new animated series 44 Cats, followed by BBC’s Bluey (U.K.) at No. 3, Blue Spirit’s Alice and Lewis at No. 4 (France) and Cake Entertainment’s Mighty Mike (U.K.) at No. 5.
Here are the Top 20 Most watched Shows at Junior this year:
- Gigantosaurus (Cyber Group Studios) France
- 44 Cats (Rainbow) Italy
- Bluey (BBC) U.K.
- Alice and Lewis (Blue Spirit) France
- Mighty Mike (Cake Entertainment) U.K.
- Splat & Seymour (Blue Spirit) France
- The Smurfs: New Series (IMPS) Switzerland
- Interstellar Ella (Aardman Animation) U.K.
- Ricky Zoom (Eone Family) U.K.
- Abraca (Planet Nemo/Ankama) France
- Antboy (Blue Spirit) France
- Butterbean’s Café (Nickelodeon) U.S.
- Lost in Oz (Zodiak Kids) U.K.
- Dancing Horses (Rainbow) Italy
- Cry Babies Magic Tears (IMC Toys) Spain
- 16 Hudson (Big Bad Boo Studios) Canada
- Boss Baby: Back in Business (NBC Universal) U.S.
- Dronix (PGS) France
- Almost Never (Dynamic TV) U.S.
- Animal Rescue (SBA Seoul Animation Center) Korea