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1001 Nights in Jamaica
Big Bad Boo Studios has sold its animated version of the tales of Arabian Nights to TV Jamaica.
The legendary folk tales of the Arabian Nights are coming to children in the Caribbean.
Vancouver-based Big Bad Boo Studios announced its 1001 Nights animated series is headed to TV Jamaica, that country’s largest TV station. The Kingston-based broadcaster, with a viewership of 2.7 million, will run the program weekly starting Wednesdays at 3 p.m.
The comedic series tells the tales of Arabian Nights for a kids audience. 1001 Nights currently airs in 15 different languages across 80 countries, with broadcasters including Discovery Kids, Teletoon, CBC, Disney and Al Jazeera Children’s Channel.
1001 Nights also has a series of comic books available both in print and digital formats, while further L&M deals are currently in discussion across Asia and the Middle East.