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Animated series “100% Wolf – Legend of the Moonstone” from Germany’s Studio100 Media topped the poll of most-watched shows at MipJunior, the children’s content market in Cannes, which wrapped Sunday.
The series follows the adventures of Freddy Lupin, a young werewolf who has been accidentally turned into a poodle, but is determined to prove he’s a match for the others in the werewolf academy. The show was ordered by ABC in Australia and Super RTL in Germany.
Shows - Series - Data - Trends - Animation
The top 20 shows were all animated series, and this reflects data on viewing trends. Animation is still the most popular genre among those under the age of 15. The genre accounts for an average of 78% of the 20 best-performing children’s shows in the five countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the U.K.) studied by research group Glance. This is higher than it has been over the past five years.
The second position in the most viewed shows at MipJunior was taken by “Pikwik Pack” from Canada’s Guru Studio. The show follows Suki the hedgehog and her team, working together to deliver “surprise-filled packages to the colorful residents of Pikwik.” It’ll air on Disney Junior in the U.S.
France - Hari - International - Mystery - Lane
France’s Hari International “Mystery Lane” came in third. The show, which will air on France Televisions in its home territory, centers on a guinea-pig named Clever who is a detective investigating puzzling cases in London.
“Agent Jon Le Bon,” from Britain’s Zodiak Kids, came in at No. 4, and “Alice & Lewis” from France’s Blue Spirit Prods., was in fifth place.
Zodiak - Kids - Distributors - Agent - Jon
Zodiak Kids came top among distributors in the top 30, with “Agent Jon Le Bon,” “Babyatrice” and “Cry Babies.” France’s Blue Spirit Prods., Britain’s Jellyfish Pictures, and Italy’s Rainbow had two entries each.
The list of most viewed projects was headed by “Scrambled” from India’s DQ Entertainment, “Odo,” a comedy...
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