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‘Peppa Pig’ Expands with Disney+ Across EMEA

The new streaming partnerships bring the popular preschool animated series to 19 new markets in an additional 25 languages.

Peppa Pig seems to need her own passport because, according to Hasbro’s global studio, Entertainment One (eOne)’s recent announcement, the hugely popular preschool animated show is taking it on the road, expanding via Disney+ partnerships across several EMEA territories. As a result, seasons 1-6 will be available in an additional 25 languages across 19 new markets.

After the show’s global success on linear TV and select digital platforms, the animated series has begun rolling out through April on Disney+ across multiple EMEA regions, including:

  • Balkans
  • Iceland
  • Baltics
  • Norway
  • Benelux
  • Poland
  • Czech Republic 
  • Portugal (from March 29th)
  • Denmark
  • Romania
  • Finland
  • Spain
  • France
  • Sweden
  • Greece
  • Turkey
  • GSA
  • UK
  • Hungary              

“We’re delighted to be partnering with Disney+ to bring Peppa Pig to our existing fanbase of passionate preschoolers, as well as introducing the series to a new wave of families across Europe,” said Monica Candiani, EVP Content Sales of Family Brands at eOne. “For nearly 20 years, Peppa Pig has helped kids to embrace all of life’s adventures, building curiosity and confidence to jump into every day firsts. We’re excited to continue sharing these important themes with fans across the globe on Disney+.”

Peppa Pig is a British preschool animated television series that has become a successful brand worldwide. The series focuses on the life of Peppa, her family, and her diverse community of friends. The show encourages kids to learn and explore the world around them and “see every first step as a new adventure, from every day to the epic.”

A cultural icon, Peppa Pig has been airing for almost 20 years, across nine seasons in over 180 territories as of 2023.

Source: Entertainment One

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.