Rainbow’s 44 Cats Among MIPJunior’s Most-Screened Programs


The 30 most-screened programs at MIPJunior included the animated Magic Adventures: The Crystal of Dark from Korea’s Hong Dang Moo, 44 Cats from Italy’s Rainbow and Alice & Lewis from France’s Blue Spirit Productions.

Rounding out the top ten were the animations Pingu from Sony Creative Products in Japan; Arthur and the Children of the Round Table from Blue Spirit; Becca’s Bunch from Jam Media in Ireland; Gigantosaurus from Cyber Group Studios in France; Cupcake & Dino: General Services from Entertainment One in the U.K.; Arthur and the Minimoys—The Series from Studio 100 Media in Germany; and The Pirates Next Door from Cyber Group.

Coming in 11th through 20th place were Sly Cooper (animated) from PGS Entertainment in France; Find Me in Paris (live action) from Federation Entertainment in France; the new Mr. Magoo cartoon from Xilam Animation in France; Guru and Bhole Prince Jai & Powerful Viru, SinOMeter, FunnyFamily from Sony Pictures Networks in India; Frankie and Frank (shorts) from 9 Story Media Group in Canada; Zafari (animated) from NBCU International Distribution/INK Group in the U.K./Denmark; 5 & It (animated) from DQ Entertainment in India; Barbapapa, One Big Happy Family! (animated) from Kids First Distribution in France; Tib & Tumtum (animated) from GO-N Productions in France; and Heroes of Envell (animated) from the Russian Federation’s Signal Media International.

The remaining most-screen programs—all of which are animated—were Kitty is Not a Cat from Jetpack Distribution in the U.K.; Tall Tales from the Magical Garden of Antoon Krings from PGS; Grizzy and the Lemmings from HARI International in France; 2 Meters from Can Can Club in Argentina; Tee & Mo from Zodiak Kids in the U.K.; Pablo from CAKE in the U.K.; Mega Man from DHX Media in Canada; Luo Bao Bei from 9 Story; Dennis and Gnasher Unleashed from Jetpack; and Dr. Panda from Dr. Panda in the U.S./Tom Sawyer from Cyber Group in the 30th slot.