Omens Studios scores raft of international sales for season two of Leo the Wildlife Ranger

Award-winning animation company Omens Studios has secured a raft of international sales for season two of its hit CGI animated series Leo the Wildlife Ranger across Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Globo Brazil has taken season two of the adventure preschool series for Brazil, while Czech TV has picked up the show for the Czech Republic. MTVA in Hungary and Good TV in Taiwan are also on board for season two.

Previous sales secured for the new 52 x 11’ Leo the Wildlife Ranger second season include: Tencent for China; TV3 for Catalonia; MBC for MENA; Zoomoo for APAC and Latin America; Celestial Tiger for South Korea and Indonesia, and Amazon for North America.

The series aims to encourage knowledge and appreciation of wildlife and nature and to develop eco-awareness in young children. The show, aimed at 3-6-year-olds, features Junior Rangers Leo and Katie and their loyal canine companion Hero, on their quest to learn more about the beautiful animals and plants that surround us on this planet. The second season sees more exotic wildlife, more adventures and fun for Leo, Katie, Hero and Ranger Rocky, as well as an expanded cast of new Junior Rangers from around the world.

Chi Sim Tang, CEO of Omens Studios, says: “The combination of playful and vibrant adventures as well as important environmental themes throughout Leo the Wildlife Ranger continue to resonate with young audiences providing a fun and engaging way to learn more about our world. We are thrilled to expand the series’ global footprint further and introduce new audiences to the Junior Rangers!”

Season two of the series won Best Preschool Programme (Country) at the Asian Academy Creative Awards 2021 and the silver winner for Series-Television at the 2021 Telly Awards, and was also nominated for Best 3D Animated Programme at the Asian Television Awards 2021.

Season one of Leo the Wildlife Ranger has sold to over 50 countries internationally winning Best Preschool Programme and a nomination for Best 3D Animated Programme at the Asian Television Awards in 2016.

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