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Amazon Acquires Imira’s Lola & Virginia for their On-Demand Service

Retail giant Amazon has recently struck a deal with Spanish kids’ entertainment outfit Imira Entertainment for the on-demand content rights to the original series Lola & Virginia (52 x 11), under which the series will be making its way to Amazon Instant and Amazon Prime in the North American region. The deal was brokered by the series’ U.S. distributor Viva Pictures Distribution LLC.

Imira Entertainment Completes New Asian Deals

Imira Entertainment Completes New Asian Deals

Spanish youth-targeted production and distribution company Imira Entertainment has just completed a number of new program sales in Asia, ahead of next month’s Asia Television forum. The new deals include Sandra, The Fairytale Detective (52×13), which has been acquired for free TV by Media Corp TV12 (Singapore) and by CH-9 Media (Malaysia); In Vietnam, Hanoi TV/Ho Chi Minh TV picks up the free TV rights to Lola & Virginia (52×12) and Sandra, The Fairytale Detective via a deal with local distributor Thaole Entertainment; Zee Learn TV Channel takes free and pay TV rights to Vitaminix (104×2) for Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka; Good TV picks up cable and satellite rights to Saari (39×3) for Taiwan and the Philippines.

Imira Entertainment brings Lola & Virginia live

Imira Entertainment brings Lola & Virginia live

Lola was a normal girl, living a normal life she wasn’t entirely fond of. Then, along comes Virginia Toffen, a stuck-up, bratty, typical rich girl who gets her way all the time – clearly someone who Lola would disagree with. And while they do have their battles back and forth, constantly fighting to get what they want, it’s when Lola & Virginia form an alliance of friendship that things really get crazy! Imira Entertainment has been cranking out animated episodes of the pair for a few years now, and has now signed with Brave Film to produce a live-action adaptation of the toon! The teams will work with RAI Cinema, readying the series to air on Nickelodeon across Europe. Take a look at the animated version in action, and live action version in… still!

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