Winx Club back for a fourth series
Monday, 17th August 2009 at 10:37 am
Launching this autumn, Rainbow SpA has already sold show to almost 100 countries.
Rainbow SpA is confident of continuing its success with popular girls' property Winx Club, revealing it has sold the fourth series to almost every one of the 100 countries which aired the previous three series.
These include Cartoon Network (Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Latin America and Spain), Nickelodeon (Germany, Netherlands, Scandinavia), RAI Italy, France 3, Telecinco Spain and RTL Germany among others.
The fourth series of 26 episodes is due to launch across Europe this autumn. It has already achieved a ten per cent share of the children's morning slot on RAI, where it has been airing since April.
The European wide broadcast will be coordinated with the launch of the latest fashion dolls.
Winx Club is one of the most successful girl properties ever - aimed at four to 12 year-olds - achieving £2 billion in licensing revenues, with 600 licensees worldwide, and solid TV ratings.
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