FremantleMedia reveals free-to-air TV sales for Danger Mouse

The deals have been set up across key regions including France, Australia and the Middle East.
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FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment (FMK) has announced a string of new free-to-air broadcast deals for its series Danger Mouse.

The deals have been set up across key regions including France, Australia and the Middle East, which include ABC in Australia, Channel 4 in New Zealand, the Lagardere channels in France, RTE in Ireland and MBC in the Middle East.

These sales follow the international success of the TV show, which has been named number one in it time slot for boys aged four to nine-years-old across all channels, and number one for four to 15-year-olds in dedicated children’s channels.

Joss Duffield, VP global distribution at FMK, said: “Danger Mouse’s mission was to thrill a whole new generation of viewers and we’re delighted that he’s not only doing that in the UK, but is also set to make a much-anticipated comeback on the global stage too.

“These deals with prestigious, free-to-air partners show that the high action, high comedy adventures of this quintessentially British character and his allies and adversaries are really striking a chord with audiences across the world.”

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