Al Jazeera Children’s Channel is continuing its long-term co-production agreement with V&S Entertainment, securing the fourth series of pre-school show Everything’s Rosie.
Aimed at three to six year olds, the completion of series four provides broadcasters with a total of 104 11-minute episodes, plus a 24-minute special.
Baraem TV is the first free to air dedicated pre-school channel in the Arab world and forms part of Al Jazeera’s Children’s Channel. The aim is to encourage children to discover new skills through learning and play.
"We are delighted that Rosie’s popularity continues to rise in the Arabic speaking nations and has established itself as a mainstay on our channel," said Saad Al-Hudaifi, JCC’s acting executive general manager and director of channels.
Vickie Corner, MD of V&S Entertainment, added: "With consistently high ratings, the show has become a staple in broadcaster’s schedules and we are delighted that V&S and JCC will be co-producing the fourth series, and look forward to our continued working relationship with them."
Everything’s Rosie broadcasts on CBeebies in the UK and has been dubbed into 25 different languages and sold in over 170 territories worldwide.
The global licensing programme continues to expand with more than 43 licensees on board covering categories including publishing, apparel, accessories, apps, greeting cards and more.
The official Everything’s Rosie YouTube channel launched in 2014, with worldwide hits currently standing at over 82 million, increasing at a rate of approximately two million hits per month.