New projects based on the popular franchise include an animated series and live-action musical set to hit Nick platforms in 2022.
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Studios enter strategic partnership to produce, distribute, and license a new CGI series that follows a family of aliens who share their ecological secrets to help make earth a greener planet.
Artist releases new single and meticulously crafted short, an odd and amusing blend of miniatures, collage, and live-action inspired by Fischer Price toys and Fireman Sam.
Debuting just in time for summer vacation 2019, the new streaming platform will offer an extensive library of kid-friendly family viewing.
DHX Media signs deals to introduce kids around the world to new animated series based on Mattel’s original micro-scale doll brand.
Entrepreneurial digital media executive to drive WildBrain’s rapidly growing digital kids’ network and studio.
The deal includes seasons and specials of Bob the ‘Builder’ ‘Fireman Sam,’ ‘In the Night Garden,’ seven Air Bud movies and the DHX Media original, ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.’
Characters from Icelandic brand Tulipop to be developed into a YouTube short-form series by DHX Media-owned multi-platform kids’ network WildBrain in collaboration with Ken Anderson of Red Kite Animation.
New initiative bringing kids shows including ‘Fireman Sam,’ ‘Bob the Builder,’ and ‘Masha and the Bear’ to theaters across Europe kicks off in France, Switzerland and Belgium.
New feature-length CG-animated 2017 special ‘Fireman Sam: Alien Alert,’ featuring the voice of David Tennant as villain Buck Douglas, is produced by Mattel and distributed by DHX Media.
Deal underscores SVOD appetite for DHX Media’s library content including ‘Teletubbies,’ ‘Messy Goes to Okido’ and ‘Looped.’
Animated feature-length television special, ‘Fireman Sam: Alien Alert,’ to feature guest star David Tennant as the voice of humorous villain Buck Douglas.
Iconic portfolio includes ‘Barbie,’ ‘Hot Wheels,’ ‘Fireman Sam,’ ‘Monster High,’ ‘Thomas & Friends,’ ‘Bob the Builder,’ and Fisher-Price brands including the new first series of ‘Little People.’