Atlantyca & Future Today Pact for Bat Pat


Atlantyca Entertainment has partnered with Future Today to distribute the first season of Bat Pat on HappyKids, Future Today’s flagship kids’ and family channel.

Produced by Atlantyca with the participation of Rai and RTVE, the animated series’ first season is available starting today via HappyKids in the U.K., U.S. and Canada. It follows the spooky and comical adventures of Bat Pat and his friends Martin, Leo and Rebecca Silver as they unravel mysteries and cross paths with supernatural creatures of the night in their home of Fogville.

The first season of Bat Pat has been sold to more than 100 countries, including Italy, Spain, the U.S., the U.K., Benelux, Sweden, Lithuania, Singapore, Sri Lanka, India and the Middle East. In 2019, the second season of the series debuted in Italy and Spain. The second season is a Mondo TV Producciones Canarias, Bat Pat AIE co-production with the participation of Rai Ragazzi and Clan TVE.

The HappyKids channel is free and COPPA compliant. It is available across numerous streaming platforms and devices, including Roku, Apple TV, AndroidTV, Amazon Fire TV, Comcast Xfinity, Cox Contour, iOS, Android, and most recently, as a linear channel on Vizio Smart TVs.

Alessandra Dematteis, distribution manager at Atlantyca, said: “Kids and families have loved Bat Pat globally and through this new partnership with HappyKids, we are truly eager to be able to reach a whole new group of young children who can experience the wonderful friendship and adventures that take place in this fun series. HappyKids offers the perfect age group and is dedicated to providing entertaining safe content for children and their families, which we are so excited to be part of their programming lineup.”

David Di Lorenzo, senior VP of kids and family at Future Today, said: “Bat Pat is a captivating animated series for young children. Our new partnership will allow our audience to be entertained by this wonderful series. We are happy to be working with Atlantyca Entertainment to provide broader access to their extensive library of quality and engaging children’s content.”