Children’s TV distributor Hoho Rights has added 40 hours to its catalogue through deals with Abbey Home Entertainment and Little Brother Productions.
The Little Brother agreement means the sales arm of UK-based Hoho Entertainment takes 13x25mins CBBC comedy drama The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury.
The deal with Abbey Home hands the firm animation series Wide Eye (26x10mins), Bump (26x5min / 1x10mins), Teddy Trucks (13x5mins), Lost in the Snow (1x30mins); puppet show Macdonald’s Farm (26x30mins); and infant learning range Baby Bright (1x30mins, 1x38mins, 2x31mins).
“We are always looking for engaging and distinctive children’s programming to add to our diverse catalogue and these great series cover a wide range of quality programming on offer to kids, from the innocent charm of Wide Eye and Teddy Trucks for pre-schoolers, to the irreverent antics of The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury for older children,” said Hoho’s joint managing director Oliver Ellis.
Hoho plans to launch the new shows next week at MIPCOM.