As new markets continue to come on board for series one, FremantleMedia Kids & Family and Mattel have been showcasing a second series of Max Steel to global buyers.
The second season of the action comedy series will include 26 30-minute episodes, bringing the total number available to 52.
The first season of Max Steel – which is based on the Mattel franchise – is currently launching around the world. Additional sales have been made to markets including the UK and Germany (both Nickelodeon), Australia (Channel 9), New Zealand (TV4), Canada (Teletoon), Benelux (Disney XD), Singapore (Mediacorps OKTV), Belgium (VMMA), Greece (Star), Israel (Noga) and the Philippines (ABS-CBN).
The total number of broadcasters now stands at 18, reaching audiences in more than 150 territories.
"We’re thrilled that buyers around the world are queuing up to take Max Steel to their audiences," said Sander Schwartz, president of FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment.
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