The new animated series follows the teenage children of famous monsters as they discover who they are and how to embrace their differences.
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Teen kids of monster fame make their way to the school of acceptance and self-discovery in the next entry in the popular franchise; the animated series hits Nickelodeon this fall along with an upcoming live-action movie-musical ‘Monster High: The Movie,’ which debuts October 6.
Nickelodeon greenlights an all-new season of the hugely popular ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ universe spin-off; the 2D animated family sitcom stars the famed starfish in his younger days, living at home, and hosting his own variety show for the neighborhood.
Network unveils aggressive set of greenlights and new series announcements at virtual upfront show, as it continues to expand across the kids and families entertainment space.
New projects based on the popular franchise include an animated series and live-action musical set to hit Nick platforms in 2022.
October offerings include spooky fall themed episodes such as ‘Oddbods: Trick or Treat,’ ‘Pokemon: Ghoul Daze!’ and ‘Barbie Dreamtopia: The Damaged Spellbook;’ National Bullying Prevention Month is also highlighted with special episodes of ‘Gumby,’ ‘Dream Defenders,’ and ToddWorld.’
New television programs in development based on Mattel’s beloved portfolio of franchises and characters as well as new IP across a range of genres.
New 10-part series, ‘Monster High: The Adventures Of The Ghoul Squad,’ the first full episodic series from Mattel Creations to premiere exclusively on YouTube.
Exclusive SVOD deal which encompassing the rights of the Barbie movie catalogue for the next seven years is announced at MIPCOM 2016.
Originally slated for a DVD release, 70-minute feature directed by Stephen Donnelly and Olly Reid is a reboot of Mattel’s ‘Monster High’ franchise.
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.’