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Entertainment One’s pre-school hit PJ Masks is getting a fourth season

Entertainment One’s hit pre-school series, PJ Masks is gearing up for a fourth season, with 52 new 11-minute episodes scheduled to land on screens from April next year.

Produced by eOne and Frog Box, in collaboration with broadcaster, Disney Junior, series four will see the show’s heroes, Catboy, Owlette and Gekko, save the day in all-new adventures, opening for the first time, with a special four-part episode that will take fans on an action-packed 44-minute adventure.

“With a growing global fan base, PJ Masks has firmly cemented its position as a leading preschool animated property and demand for new content is extremely high,” said eOne’s Olivier Dumont, President, Family & Brands.

“We’re thrilled to be bringing audiences another 52 episodes that will fuel the growth of the global licensing programme and demonstrate our unwavering commitment to the future of the property.”

PJ Masks has been off to a flying start since it first debuted on TV screens on Disney Junior in the US in 2015. It is now one of the top-rated broadcast and licensing properties for pre-schoolers, airing regularly on multiple FTA and VOD platforms around the world.

Annual global retail sales now reach $1.15 billion with revenues increasing by 39 per cent this past financial year.

And just as the fourth series soars into production, the third series prepares to land on Disney Junior EMEA, Latam, ANZ, and Asia later this year, following a successful April launch in the US.

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