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Nickelodeon orders more Tickety Toc

Published on: 24th April 2013

Zodiak Kids has signed a new acquisition deal with Nickelodeon for a second season of the CG-animated pre-school television series, Tickety Toc.TicketyTocPress300

The series will broadcast on Nickelodeon channels around the world, including Nick Jr in the US and UK. Nickelodeon has picked up 26 x 11-minute episodes of Tickety Toc, bringing the total number of episodes available to 78 x 11 minutes. In addition, Nickelodeon has ordered 3 x 30-minute specials as part of the agreement.

Nigel Pickard, CEO Zodiak MEAA/UK Family and Kids, said: “We are delighted to continue our creative and broadcast partnership with Nickelodeon in producing a second season of Tickety Toc. The show is unique in both its look and content and the humour contained within the show has already resonated with children around the world; making it a ratings success for the channel.”

Zodiak Kids has now secured a number of deals for the 52 X 11 minute series with leading broadcasters around the world including the UK’s Channel 5 for its Milkshake slot where it launched in November 2012. New Tickety Toc episodes will debut on Milkshake in May.Other free-to-air broadcasters who have picked up the 52 episode series include TG4 (Ireland), France 5, Disney Junior (Canada), Network 10 (Australia), NRK Super (Norway), YLE (Finland), PTS (Taiwan), ATV (Turkey), Pixel (Ukraine) and Pop TV (Slovenia).

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