TV support swells for Power Rangers Samurai

Samantha Loveday

By Samantha Loveday

April 10th 2012 at 10:26AM
TV support swells for Power Rangers Samurai

Saban franchise to roll out across international territories in the autumn.

Marvista Entertainment has signed up additional international broadcast deals for Power Rangers Samurai and Power Rangers Super Samurai.

Among the new broadcast partners picking up the two seasons of Power Rangers Samurai are Spain's Boing, Venezuela's Venevision, Chile's Mega and Sonic, part of the Nickelodeon platform in India.

These join existing international partners including Nickelodeon (multiple territories), Channel Nine (Australia), TV4 (New Zealand), Canal J and Gulli (France), Mediaset's Italia 1 and Boing (Italy), Televisa (Mexico), SIC (Portugal), Groupo Banderitantes (Brazil), America TV (Peru), TCTV (Ecuador), Corp Medcom Panama, Telefuturo (Paraquay), Unitel (Bolivia), Intrasas TV (Nicaragua), Monte Carlo TV (Uruguay) and E-TV (South Africa).

"With an impressive roster of leading broadcast partners onboard worldwide, the momentum of Saban Brands' Power Rangers Samurai franchise continues to build around the globe," said Fernando Szew, Marvista CEO.