French animation outfit Studio 100 Animation has recently teamed up with Singaporean animation studio Cosmos-Maya. Their co-production effort will lead to the launch of a new 2D animation series titled Galactic Agency. Gulli France is also on board, serving as the primary broadcaster of the show. It is said that production on the first season has already started, and the initial plans consist of 52 x 13 minute episodes commencing in 2019
Created by talented young author Julie Chabrol, Galactic Agency focuses on the adventures of a team of extreme repair specialists: Dany the boss, K the hyperactive intern, and the twins Apple and Zed. Aboard the Toaster, their hypersensitive spaceship, they will be called on crazy missions across the WashMash Galaxy to come to the rescue and to fix anything. From a diva-whale’s washing machine to King Cheddar the Fifteenth’s robot teddy, there’s always something to do. But in this kooky-quirky universe filled with freaky creatures of all kinds, nothing ever goes as expected!
Katell France, executive producer of the series and Managing Director of Studio 100 Animation said: “We are really thrilled to join powerful forces with Cosmos-Maya through this collaboration on our new original series, Galactic Agency. We’re confident that children will love this all-new adventure comedy with the Galactic Agency team and embark on their hilarious journeys through a crazy and inventive world.”
Speaking on the development, Anish Mehta, CEO Cosmos-Maya said, “Cosmos-Maya is very proud to be associated with Studio 100. Galactic Agency has a very universal theme. Kids world wide are fascinated with space travel and although the show originates in Europe, it will resonate very well with Asian sensibilities.”