Max Steel returns for second season

Published on: 9th April 2013

FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment and Mattel have announced a second season of Max Steel.Max-Steel-Logo300

The second season will contain 26×30-minute episodes, bringing the total number of episodes available to 52.

The first season of Max Steel is currently launching around the world, and FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has secured additional sales to major markets including the UK (Nickelodeon), Germany (Nickelodeon), Australia (Channel 9), New Zealand (TV4), Canada (Teletoon), Benelux (Disney XD), Singapore (Mediacorps OKTV), Belgium (VMMA), Greece (Star), Israel (Noga) and the Philippines (ABS-CBN).

Sander Schwartz, president of FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment, said: “We’re thrilled that buyers around the world are queuing up to take Max Steel to their audiences. With a second series of this stunning CGI property underway, we’re confident that Max Steel will be entertaining children from all corners of the planet for some time to come.”

Mike Riley, vice president of franchise development and content distribution at Mattel, said: “We are excited to announce our continued global partnership with FremantleMedia. The second season of Max Steel will bring new adventures, humor and engaging storylines to fans around the world.”

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