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Sunny Bunnies rise again in US, UK

Sunny Bunnies now airs in more than 160 territories

Sky in the UK and Disney in the US are among a number of international broadcaster to have picked up the second season of Belarusian preschool animated series Sunny Bunnies.

Sky Kids has taken season two (26×3’30”) for its Sky Kids app in the UK and Ireland. S2 has already begun airing on Disney Junior in the US, after it was picked up last year by Disney for Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Elsewhere, Scandinavian media outfit Modern Times Group has acquired S1-2 for its streaming service Viaplay in the Nordics, while Middle Eastern broadcaster MBC Group has acquired free-to-air rights for the Middle East and North Africa, where it will air on its children’s channel MBC3 in 2019.

ETV in Estonia has entered into a non-exclusive FTA agreement and will roll out the series on pubcaster ETV2 from September.

Brazilian kids’ app PlayKids, which took S1 at the end of last year, has extended its rights deal to Latin America, North America and Europe.

Sunny Bunnies is a shortform series aimed at four- to seven-year-olds and follows five beaming balls of light that cause mischief wherever they go.

The show is produced by Digital Light Studio in Belarus and made its debut on the Sunny Bunnies YouTube channel in 2016. It is distributed by UK-based Media IM.

With the new deals, the series is now airing in more than 160 territories worldwide.

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