Distribution360 (D360) has secured deals for a range of Canadian kids’ and family content.
D360 sent the 20-part series Driving Me Crazy to Universal Kids in the U.S., where it made its Stateside debut this month. Additionally, D360 licensed Snapshots and The Mystery Files to National Geographic for the Middle East, while GoQuest Media in India acquired seasons one and two of Splatalot.
MathXplosion, meanwhile, is headed to the ABC’s education service and the SVOD platform Azoomee. D360 also inked a deal for the family drama series Heartland to continue its run on Series+ in French Canada with the sale of season 11.
“It’s always fantastic to celebrate homegrown Canadian programming that enjoys success around the world, and even more so while we are here in Banff,” said Diane Rankin, the senior VP of international at Distribution360. “The support of the Shaw Rocket Fund has helped all of these series make it to the screen and we’re thrilled to be the distribution partner that is helping to bring these great programs to audiences worldwide.”