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Neox Kidz Gets Imira Entertainment’s Lucky Fred


Spanish production house Imira Entertainment has recently sold their original animated series Lucky Fred to Spanish broadcaster Atresmedia Television, which in turn will include the show on its kid’s entertainment block, Neox Kidz.

Lucky Fred (52 x 12) focuses on the adventures of a 13 year old boy who accidentally becomes the brand new owner of an extremely high tech robot that has the ability to shape shift. Together with the robot, the tries to juggle life as a middle school student and the saviour of the world, with the dastardly Agent Brains constantly breathing down their necks.

Lucky Fred will be available to audiences in Catilian and English via dual broadcast on DTT Free TV. The sale is part of Lucky Fred‘s re-launch in the country; the series has aired in 165 territories and dubbed into 26 languages.

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