Tech-savvy animated original series from Industrial Brothers and The Jim Henson Company is based on the book by author and executive producer Randi Zuckerberg.
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The Jim Henson Company signs license agreements with media partners for preschool series ‘Dinosaur Train,’ ‘Sid the Science Kid’ and ‘Pajanimals.’
New animated series based on the picture book by Randi Zuckerberg to be produced by Industrial Brothers in association with The Jim Henson Company.
Henson is currently in production on the fourth season of Emmy-nominated PBS KIDS series ‘Dinosaur Train,’ and ‘Word Party,’ a new preschool series for Netflix set to premiere in 2016.
Produced by The Jim Henson Company and co-produced with Singapore-based Sparky Animation, ‘Dinosaur Train’ has been licensed in over 200 territories across the globe.
Netflix adds Henson’s ‘Word Party,’ Cheeky Little’s ‘Kazoops!’ and Guru’s ‘True & the Rainbow Kingdom’ to its growing slate of original preschool content.
Former DreamWorks Studios executive to oversee licensing activities for The Jim Henson Company’s celebrated fantasy and beloved children’s brands like ‘Dinosaur Train,’ ‘Sid the Science Kid,’ and ‘Doozers.’
The Jim Henson Company promotes Blanca Lista to Vice President of Feature Film Production overseeing the Company’s feature film development slate for live action, animation and puppet features.
Amazon Studios greenlights four new animated kids pilots: ‘The Adventures of Knickerbock Teetertop,’ ‘Lost in Oz,’ ‘Lily the Unicorn,’ and ‘Bear in Underwear.’
New licensing agreement with The Jim Henson Company brings preschoolers two animated series: the heartwarming ‘Hi Opie!’ and STEAM-focused ‘Doozers.’
The Jim Henson Company promotes executive team and hires Amy Takahara as the company’s new Director, Global Distribution, Sales.
The Jim Henson Company enters first co-production collaboration with two series, ‘Jim Henson’s Enchanted Sisters’ and Cyber Group Studios’ ‘Boubouh!’ set for production.
Award-winning preschool television series licensed to France TV, Spain's RTVE, Portugal's Dreamia, and Ireland's TG4, plus Netflix, Movile and Videotron.
The fourth season of the two-time EMMY-nominated and Parents’ Choice Silver Honor animated series will air on PBS KIDS.
The new broadcast and digital partners for ‘Lily’s Driftwood Bay’ include Netflix, KiKa and TV New Zealand.
The Jim Henson Company partners with Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing to create a Ready-to-Read line of books for ‘Doozer.’
The Jim Henson Company expands the role of the newly appointed Global VP Richard Goldsmith with the addition of the company’s international consumer products business.
The Jim Henson Company’s licensing banner, Henson Independent Properties, unveils its new CGI-animated series, Elias: Rescue Team Adventures, at MIPTV 2014.
The Jim Henson Company forms a partnership with Los Angeles-based digital video company Base79 to help boost the company’s original content presence on YouTube.