Sinking ship signs new broadcast offers for five shows
Sinking Ship Entertainment announced new and renewed partnerships with broadcasters this year for five of its children’s series.
The company has secured new broadcast licenses for four shows created by Sinking Ship founder and executive producer JJ Johnson, including: Annedroids, the CGI / live action children’s sci-fi and sci-fi comedy series; To babble, the preschool animated series based on the Canadian children’s magazine of the same name; Dino Dana, live science-based adventure show; Endlings, CGI live action and sci-fi series for ages 9 to 12; and Strange squad, the live math and science comedy show for school-aged children from Fred Rogers Productions and Sinking Ship.
New and renewed partnerships with international broadcasters include the following:
- Annedroids: at SVT (Sweden), NRK (Norway) and reclassified to Knowledge Kids and TVO Kids (Canada).
- To babble: reclassified by CBC (Canada)
- Dino Dana: to Coupang (South Korea) and Astro (Malaysia and Brunei) via Bomanbridge; and hop! (Israel, season four, and a relic on season one)
- Endlings: at SVT (Sweden, season two)
- Strange squad: Netflix Canada and a relicense for India and German-speaking Europe; Jump! (Israel, season three); Coupang (South Korea, two seasons via Bomanbridge); CBBC (United Kingdom, relicense of the first season); SVT (Sweden, relicense season 2)
“It is heartwarming to see our series resonate with children around the world, from Canada to Sweden, and Israel to Brunei,” said Marilyn Kynaston, Sales Manager, Sinking Ship Entertainment. “We are delighted to be working with these market-leading broadcast partners.”