The Jim Henson Company’s animated children’s series Dinosaur Train has continued to enjoy success across Latin America with the company signing a new licensing agreement with Boomerang Latin America.
Airing on Monday, August 10th, the latest Dinosaur Train licensing agreement offers the series the broadest distribution to children across the region.
“First introduced to audiences in Latin America five years ago, Dinosaur Train has demonstrated tremendous appeal to young viewers with its winning combination of dinosaurs and trains presented through fun adventures with engaging characters,” said Richard Goldsmith, executive vice president of global distribution, The Jim Henson Company.
“Dinosaur Train also delivers valuable age-appropriate content, making it a favourite among parents and caregivers as well.
“This enthusiastic response has led to the acquisition of the series by our new media partner in the region—Boomerang Latin America—a platform that enables us to bring the Dinosaur Train experience to an even greater number of viewers.”
The Jim Henson Company has now licensed Dinosaur Train in over 200 territories across the globe with media partners.
The animated series is currently in production of a fourth season, which will air in the US on PBS KIDS.