Cartoon Network to air new Mattel content in Latin America

Turner Broadcasting System reveals that the popular children’s networks will air more than 800 minutes of new Mattel content in a variety of formats, including movies, features and webisodes.
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Kids’ channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang are to air new Mattel content, including Barbie, Hot Wheels and Max Steel across Latin America.

Turner Broadcasting System revealed that the popular children’s networks will air more than 800 minutes of new Mattel content in a variety of formats, including movies, features and webisodes.

Broadcasting and online programming for popular brands such as Barbie, Hot wheels, Monster High and Max Steel commenced in March on Cartoon Network and Boomerang Latin America in Spanish and in Portuguese in Brazil.

Content will include the new animated movies: Barbie in Princess Power, Barbie in Rock N Royals and Barbie and her Sisters in The Great Puppy Adventure, as well as Monster High: Haunted and Boo York, Boo York under the Monster High umbrella.

Meanwhile, the Hot Wheels brand will introduce its CG animated specials: Team Hot Wheels: Skill to Thrill and Team Hot Wheels: Build the Epic Race, while under the Max Steel brand, fans can watch three new CG movies: The Wrath of Makino, The Dawn of Morphos and Maximum Morphos.

“The Kids’ entertainment industry in Latin America is rapidly growing, and Cartoon Network and Boomerang are premiere kids’ destinations at the helm of this expansion,” said Claudia Scott-Hansen, group director of broadcast at Mattel.

“Recognising the continued appetite for Mattel’s programming in Latin America, we are not only pleased to offer our content to young fans, but also to continue this working with a dynamic partner who truly understands the children’s space.”

Pablo Zuccarino, VP and channel manager at Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Tooncast Latin America, added: “We are honoured to continue our partnership with Mattel to offer their renowned children’s properties in Latin America.

“We feel the high quality programming they produce for boys and girls nicely matches the kind of fresh and fun entertainment experience that viewers can expect from Cartoon Network and Boomerang.”

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