Nickelodeon’s exclusive brand partner in Canada announces a new content deal with Netflix including streaming rights to ‘The Legend of Korra.'
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Corus Entertainment-owned global children’s entertainment company helps high-flying kids’ series co-produced by FunnyFlux Entertainment, Little Airplane Productions, Qianqi Animation, EBS and CJ E&M take off in new markets.
Toronoto-based media and content company completes acquisition of Shaw Media, unveils new corporate brand.
Québec City-based animation studio to introduce its first TV series, ‘Cracké,’ airing across Canada on Corus Entertainment's TELETOON later this year.
Former ABC TV exec to oversee all content aspects of the Corus Kids portfolio, including YTV, Treehouse, Nickelodeon, TELETOON, Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD in Canada.
Abstract: Animated series from Vancouver-based animation studio Slap Happy Cartoons set to air on Corus Entertainment’s YTV.
Corus Entertainment’s Treehouse to premiere two internationally acclaimed preschool series, ‘Clangers’ and ‘Hey Duggee,’ on Friday, December 25.
Corus Entertainment-owned Nelvana announces the addition of numerous licensing agents to build the ‘Little Charmers’ brand worldwide.
Disney Junior launches with the network premiere of ‘The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar’ and brand new series ‘Goldie & Bear.’
Corus Entertainment-owned Nelvana sells over 800 episodes of content from its extensive library to multiple subscription video-on-demand service providers around the world.
Seven international broadcast and VOD distribution deals signed for new animated comedy series originally commissioned by Corus Entertainment’s TELETOON in Canada.
New partnership to develop and produce animated series targeting 18-34 demographic; production begins on ‘The Pandas,’ from internationally renowned comic strip creators Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler.
Hosted by comedians Bart Batchelor and Chris Nielsen, new series is a compilation of comedy shorts sourced from independent Canadian animation teams.
Corus Entertainment-owned network now the exclusive Canadian home of ‘Adventure Time,’ ‘Clarence,’ ‘Steven Universe,’ ‘Teen Titans Go!’ and more.
Nelvana and Sony Pictures Animation partner to bring ‘Hotel Transylvania’ to the small screen; New series will be developed and produced by Nelvana Studio in Toronto and is slated to launch on air in early 2017.
Nelvana, the Topps Company, Nickelodeon and Playmates partner on new girl’s action series, ‘Mysticons,’ set to launch in 2017.
Hybrid live-action/CG-animated reimagining of the classic series to be produced by Mainframe Entertainment, the television division of Vancouver-based Rainmaker Entertainment.
Animated action series ‘Dr. Dimensionpants’ to premiere in the U.S. on streaming service Hulu on June 13.
Corus secures Canadian licensing rights to Disney Channel’s content and is set to launch Disney Channel TV Network in Canada for the first time on September 1, 2015.