CG-animated series created and produced by Canadian animation studio Squeeze is broadcast on Teletoon.
QUÉBEC -- Animation studio Squeeze has announced that Indosiar will soon be featuring the TV series Cracké in its programming. The delirious family TV series has the potential to reach close to 54 million viewers in Indonesia. Squeeze’s high-quality 3D animated series is broadcast in more than 175 countries and territories.
Created and produced by Squeeze in Québec City, Canada, Cracké is a universal slapstick comedy series starring Ed, an anxious ostrich dad, and his beloved brood. With the good intention to protect his eight eggs, Ed will cause trouble and threats, never missing an opportunity to make things worse for himself.
“Cracké is a very entertaining and funny short animation that really fits into our animation slot and will undoubtedly be loved by the children as well as the family,” said international program acquisition department head Lily Suhardiman.
“It’s exciting for the team to have our creation travel the world. We always want to see more and more kids having fun with our TV series,” added Squeeze president and co-founder Denis Doré. “And with Indosiar broadcasting Cracké 13,000 kilometres away from here in Québec City, it’s just an amazing feeling!”
In Canada, the 52 one-minute episodes are broadcast by Teletoon. The original property also comes to life through a mobile video game and an innovative comic book application available only in Canada for the time being.
Cracké was produced in Canada in collaboration with Teletoon, the Canada Media Fund, the Quebec Refundable Tax Credit for Film and Television Production (managed by SODEC), the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC) – CAVCO, the Bell Fund, and the National Bank. Cracké’s growth and commercialization plan is made possible with the financial support of Québec City’s economic development strategy.