Parisian studio GO-N Productions announced that their animated comedy Zip Zip has been picked up for a second season. The go-ahead on 52 new eleven-minute episodes came from France Télévisions and Disney Channel in France, Benelux, Russia, Israel, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. The two broadcasters originally launched Zip Zip in 2015.
The story follows a fox and two wild boars tried of the wild life. The trio decides to dawn costumes and try to live in the suburbs as house pets. Aimed at viewers between the ages of 6 and 10, the series has been seen in more than 100 territories. Zip Zip was created by Aurore Damant, based on an original idea by Anne Ozannat.
Eric Garnet and Anne De Galard, producers and co-founders of GO-N Productions, state: “Zip Zip has been very popular with young audiences, and with 52 brand-new adventures from our favourite gang of wild animals, our young viewers will not be disappointed.”