The new animated series, which targets 8-to-12s, follows three bluebird triplets and their adventures on Bird Island.
The series was teased at the end of The Angry Birds Movie and as a 30×2’30mins dialogue-free series is well suited to the international market.
Angry Birds creator Rovio produces the series.
“Angry Birds Blues is a great addition to the Angry Birds franchise which now consists of 10 series,” said Ed Galton, CCO and managing director at CAKE said.
“The cute loveable characters are already a hit with fans all over the world and we are looking forward to launching the series at MIPTV.”
Cake will also start talking to buyers about Piggy Tales: 4th Street at MIPTV, the fourth series in the Angry Birds spin-off Piggy Tales series.
Angry Birds owner Rovio Entertainment recently sold its Vancouver studio to its former CEO, Mikael Hed, but the lucrative Angry Birds franchise remains with Rovio.
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20 November 2018 @ 15:47:38 UTC