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Pokémon brings on new British broadcast partners

The Pokémon Company has made two big broadcast partnerships in the United Kingdom. The house that Pikachu built has signed agreements with Sony Pictures Television Networks and Sky UK Limited. The Sony agreement will see Pokémon the Series: Black and White available across the company’s Pop linear television and video-on-demand offerings. The show has been airing on Pop Max daily since ...


Sabrina the Teenage Witch Arrives in the UK with Secrets of a Teenage Witch

Splash Entertainment has recently signed an agreement with Sony Pictures Television’s free to air kids’ channel Pop, under which the CG animated series Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch will finally be shown on UK TV screens. The 26 x 30 min series is based on the popular Archie Comics character and is co-produced by Splash, Archie Comics Publications, DSK Entertainment, Telegael, and ...


Ella the Elephant Coming to Pop and Tiny Pop

The FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment animated series Ella the Elephant will be making its way to the UK this April via the kids’ channels Tiny Pop and Pop. Produced by DHX Media with help from FremantleMedia and TVO Kids, Ella the Elephant is a 52 x 11 series that focuses on the adventures of the titular elephant, who loves to play and explore. Together with her friends Frankie, ...

Have a Regular Halloween with Terror Tales of the Park and In the House

Have a Regular Halloween with Terror Tales of the Park

Nothing better than a regular night with your regular favorites; especially when its another regular Halloween. But what if it were a Regular Halloween…? Already, things are starting better! On Monday, October 31st, aka Halloween, Cartoon Network is rolling out a Regular Show Halloween special, complete with all the spookiness Mordecai and Rigby could conjure up. Regular Show: Terror ...

Greatest TV Cartoon Theme Songs #3: Speed Racer

Greatest TV Cartoon Theme Songs #3: Speed Racer

Speed Racer was the first Japanese cartoon bought by an American Production company, overdubbed in English, and edited for children. It set the precedent for more English-spoken adaptations of Japanese animation. The large red M on the hood of the Mach 5, Speed Racer’s amazing race car, was assumed by U.S. viewers to stand for the Mach 5. In reality, it is the emblem for Mifune Motors, the ...

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