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Nick brings Fanboy & Chum Chum to Europe

Nick brings Fanboy & Chum Chum to Europe

Nick brings Fanboy & Chum Chum to Europe

Nickelodeon’s popular CG faux superhero toon Fanboy & Chum Chum is starting to gain some speed. The series has already made a huge splash locally, dominating the ratings across the American time slots. Now, Nick’s hope is to spread the joy across the globe, as MTV Networks International starts signing deals with locations all over the planet. First up are locations like Danmarks Radio, RSI, NRK, and Canal+, each of which will now start airing the first and second seasons of the dynamic duo. TV3, Teledoce, Teletica, Teleamazonas, Venevision, Telenica, RCN, and TV3 will be doing the same for Latin American regions, where the show has already become quite popular for internet watchers.


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