Spanish pubcaster RTVE has now bought the series for Clan, the top kids channel in Spain. In the central and eastern European region it has been picked up by pan-regional service Megamax, which is part of the AMC Networks International portfolio.
Slapstick toon Zip Zip was originally commissioned by French pubcaster France Télévisions for its France 3 channel. Super RTL then acquired it, as did Disney, which took pay rights in France and for a raft of other European and international territories.
All of the sales deals were struck by Paris-based Go-N, which produces and distributes Zip Zip. It has also previously sold the show to SVT in Sweden, SIC in Portugal and DSTV kids in Africa.
The series follow a group of wild animals who move to the big city to enjoy what they think will be the good life with a suburban family, disguising themselves as domestic pets using zip-up costumes.
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20 September 2018 @ 08:00:00 UTC