9 Story Entertainment licenses an additional 26 episodes of the animated comedy series ‘Camp Lakebottom’ to Disney XD in the U.S.
Toronto – 9 Story Entertainment has licensed an additional 26 x 22’ episodes of the animated comedy series Camp Lakebottom to Disney XD U.S. The second season of the series has also been picked up by Disney Channel and Disney XD channels in international territories including the UK, CEEMA, India, Japan and Latin America. The announcement comes shortly after the second season was greenlit by TELETOON Canada. Camp Lakebottom premiered on both TELETOON Canada andDisney XD in July 2013.
The series' first season, produced by 9 Story Entertainment for TELETOON Canada, has also been sold to multiple international Disney Channels in the UK, Ireland, Benelux, Italy, CEE including Poland, Asia including Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and India, Middle East, Turkey, South and Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and Spain and Portugal (through Luk International). It has also been licensed to ABC TV (Australia), Super RTL (Germany), Canal + Family (France & Africa) and Noga (Israel).
Camp Lakebottom is an animated comedy about 12-year-old prankster McGee, who was headed for an awesome summer at Camp Sunny Smiles when his bus took a wrong turn and landed him at old, run down and ridiculously spooky Camp Lakebottom! McGee soon discovers though that Lakebottom is not just your average camp; it’s the Best Camp Ever!
9 Story Entertainment is one of the industry’s leading creators, producers and distributors of award-winning animated and live-action content for young audiences around the world. With one of North America’s largest animation studios based in Toronto, 9 Story has over 200 creative and production staff, and has produced over 900 half hours of quality children’s and family programming, seen on some of the most respected children’s channels around the world across multiple platforms. The company’s distribution arm 9 Story Enterprises represents a growing catalogue which includes several beloved brands such as Arthur, Wibbly Pig, Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars, Wild Kratts and Almost Naked Animals in addition to exciting new series such as Numb Chucks, Camp Lakebottom, Cache Craze, Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood and Nerds and Monsters. The company recently acquired CCI Kids, the family content division of CCI Entertainment, increasing 9 Story’s portfolio to over 1600 half hours of content with popular shows such as Guess How Much I Love You, Joe & Jack, Artzooka! and Extreme Babysitting.
Source: 9 Story Entertainment
Jennifer Wolfe is Director of News & Content at Animation World Network.