Andrew Davenport’s innovative new preschool series Moon and Me has found new homes in multiple International territories, thanks to 9 Story Distribution International. The show, which is produced by Sutikki and Foundling Bird will air on include ABC (Australia), TVNZ (New Zealand), NPO Zappelin (Netherlands), RTE (Ireland), HOP! (Israel), NRK (Norway), Studio Canal (Pan European) and YLE (Finland).
Moon and Me (50 x 22’) premiered on BBC’s CBeebies in the U.K. in early February 2019 and debuted in the U.S. on Universal Kids in May, as part of NBCUniversal’s Entertainment & Lifestyle group, where airs weekdays at 8 a.m.. In the U.K., the series has been a top performer on CBeebies. More than 40 consumer product licensees have already been secured by Sutikki, including Hasbro (global master toy) and Scholastic (global master publishing) with product rolling out in the UK later this summer. 9 Story Distribution International oversees global distribution of the series (excluding the US, UK and China), while 9 Story Brands manages global merchandising rights (excluding the UK and China).
Created by Andrew Davenport, who is known for Teletubbies and In The Night Garden, Moon and Me is inspired by well-loved tales of toys that come to life when nobody’s around.The toon breaks new ground in its visual ambitions, and combines the latest production methods to bring its colorful world to life. With friendship at its heart, Moon and Me explores how the characters demonstrate kindness, empathy and consideration to each other.
You can watch an episode of Moon and Me here.