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Rainbow Rangers head to Max in Latin America, Caribbean basin

Rainbow Rangers comes from Genius Brands International 

Warner Bros Discovery (WBD)’s recently rebranded streamer Max has acquired the first two seasons of animated kids’ series Rainbow Rangers for Latin America and the Caribbean basin.

The show, originally produced by Genius Brands International (GBI) for Nick Jr, is about nine young friends living in the magical kingdom of Kaleidoscopia.

WBD is in the process of rebranding its flagship streaming service HBO Max, which this week became Max in the US. It is set to be rebranded in Latin America later this year.

Distributor GBI has also sold season two of Rainbow Rangers to Netflix in Australia and New Zealand, where Netflix will also stream GBI subsidiary Frederator Studios’ sci-fi cartoon Bravest Warriors.

Further sales revealed by GBI include Stan Lee’s Superhero Kingdom to Mexico’s TV Azteca and science-themed series Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab to Chile’s Television Nacionale de Chile.

Meanwhile, GBI-backed Your Family Entertainment (YFE) has licensed five seasons of Nickelodeon cartoon Fairly Odd Parents to Germany’s Super RTL Toggo platform and sold titles including Rainbow Rangers to Cliq Digital to air across Baltic territories.

Cliq Digital has also taken a 25-title content package, including Fix & Foxi, Gloria’s House and Da Boom Crew. Finally, Mauritius Telecom has agreed multi-title packages with both GBI and YFE.

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