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Discovery Family Acquires Dream Defenders from Tiny Island Productions

Discovery Family has recently added yet another exciting family-friendly series to their library, as they have acquired the US rights to Dream Defenders from Tiny Island Productions.

For the uninitiated, Dream Defenders focuses on the adventures of 14 year old twins Zoey and Zane Mercer, as they travel between the “realworld” of Meridian, and the fantastical universes of the DreamWorld.

Dream Defenders Goes Live on Hulu


A few months ago, we’ve mentioned that Tiny Island Production’s hit 3D CG animated action series Dream Defenders will be making its way to Hulu. Well, a we’ve just got word that the time has come, and that Dream Defenders has finally been launched on the streaming service, so you can go ahead and check it out for yourself via the following link:

The Dream Defenders Make Their Way to Hulu This Summer


The hit 3D CG animated series Dream Defenders will be making its way to Hulu and Hulu plus subscription service this summer, with the series showing off original concepts and designs developed by one of Singapore’s leading stereoscopic 3D CG animation production studios, Tiny Island Productions.

Dream Defenders is a 26 x 30 series that focuses on a pair of 14 year old twins named Zane and Zoey, who serve as the last line of defense against the nightmare monsters from the Dreamworlds, who are coming to life and planning and threatening the real world.

Focusing on producing “Future Proof” content across multiple new platforms, the Los Angeles-based writing team was supervised by industry veterans Eric and Julia Lewald (X-Men: The Animated Series, Young Hercules). The series was originally aired in the United States on 3net, the joint venture 24/7 3D Network from Sony, Discovery and IMAX, the world’s first dedicated kids 3D programming block in September 2011.

Dream Defenders Lands in North America

Dream Defenders Lands in North America

Tiny Island Productions’ Dream Defenders, which is Singapore’s first ever 3D stereoscopic animated series, has just landed in the U.S. courtesy of 3nt, a US-based 3D TV Channel that is a joint venture between Discover, IMAX, and SONY. Tiny Island further noted that they have plans to bring the franchise to games and different platforms, with a spin-off already available on the Nintendo 3D US website for download.

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