The Day Henry Met… Lands in French-Speaking Markets


DUBLIN: The popular animated preschool series The Day Henry Met… has been sold to a number of French-speaking territories around the globe.

CANAL+ picked up all European, Caribbean and African French-speaking rights for The Day Henry Met…, which will air on both CANAL+ and Piwi+ in France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Haiti and Vanuatu, along with French-speaking territories in Africa. Groupe Média TFO went for the Canadian French-speaking rights. Both broadcasters licensed the show’s existing 26×5-minute episodes and have prebought the second 26×5-minute season, which is slated to begin production early this year.

The Day Henry Met… is produced by Dublin’s Wiggleywoo and distributed by Monster Entertainment. The series has already been sold to RTE in Ireland, Nick Junior in the U.K. and Australia, TV Ontario and Knowledge Network in Canada, YLE in Finland, SVT in Sweden and HMH in the U.S.