11/12/14: The buzz on Bee & PuppyCat; Street talk, Sesame style; Netflix lines up next wave of kids originals; Anthony Bourdain’s next part is known


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The sweetest sting: Bee & PuppyCat, the animated series from Adventure Time artist Natasha Allegri, hit 1.6 million views and counting in the first 72 hours after its Nov. 6 debut on Channel Frederator’s Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel. What’s more, the toon is attracting a strong female audience, unusual for animation’s normally male viewership. “It’s the type of series we would have never seen on traditional broadcast previously,” says Fred Seibert of Frederator Studios, which produced the series. The series, of which two episodes have aired so far, already scored the designation of most successfully funded animation project in Kickstarter history after raising nearly $900,000. Produced by Frederator Studios, Bee & Puppycat originally debuted on Cartoon Hangover in July 2013 as a two-part 10-minute short. It became an immediate hit, amassing more than 4 million views. Life’s been good at Frederator. The animation hub signed 158 new channels and expanded subscribership by 600,000 in October.

CynKids was on hand for the giggles and squeals at the White House Monday, when First Lady Michelle Obama and special guest Doc herself–hosted a screening of a Veterans Day-themed episode of Doc McStuffins for military families. So was series creator Chris Nee, who told us she’d always wanted to do an episode focusing on the emotions kids face when a parent is deployed. “I see Doc as a place where we can address topics, and go places some other shows wouldn’t necessarily go,” said Nee, who created Doc as a way to demystify doctor visits for her asthmatic son. Titled “Training Army Al,” the ep aired yesterday on Disney Channel. The series targets kids ages 2-7, and Nancy Kanter, GM/EVP, original programming, Disney Junior Worldwide, says the series has staying power with the older set. “Kids stick around until 6 or 7,” she told us. “They get some of the references the younger kids wouldn’t, so it really does stretch across ages.” A Disney Publishing storybook inspired by the Veterans Day episode will be available Dec. 2. Michelle Obama has made supporting military families and U.S. troops a priority through the Joining Forces initiative focused on employment, education and wellness. She was the keynote speaker during Disney’s inaugural Veteran’s Institute in November 2013.


Nickelodeon is stuffing Thanksgiving week with new eps of its preschool and live-action series, plus new original movie Santa Hunters, the Nickelodeon HALO Awards hourlong special honoring real-life kids’ commitment to service, and marathons of classics including iCarly and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Legend of Korra. The programming feast kicks off with the premieres of the Dora and Friends: Into the City! special “Mystery of the Magic Horses,” on Monday, Nov. 24, at 10a, and then Bubble Guppies “Gobble, Gobble Guppies” on Wednesday, Nov. 26, at 9a.

More on Santa Hunters… The man in the red suit is the focus of a secret investigation in Nick’s new original TV movie Santa Hunters, premiering Friday, Nov. 28, at 7p. Benjamin “Lil P-Nut” Flores Jr. (The Haunted Hathaways), Breanna Yde (The Haunted Hathaways) and Mace Coronel (Nicky Ricky Dicky & Dawn) star in the movie, which follows 9-year-old Alex (Flores) as he sets out to prove to the world that Santa is real. However, unexpected consequences from Alex’s meddling may cause Santa to lose his Christmas powers forever. Santa Hunters is exec-produced by Scott McAboy, Robin Cowie, Christopher C. Dotson, III and Reed Frerichs; and produced by Amy Sydorick, directed by Savage Steve Holland and written by Jamie Nash. Check out a sneak peak here: http://www.nick.com/santahunters/

Hungry? Five new installments of Pass the Plate, the interstitial series designed to inspire good nutrition habits, began airing Saturday on Disney Channel. Hosted by Peyton List and Karan Brar (Jessie), the segments will rotate daily throughout the net’s programming schedule. Pass the Plate began airing in 2008. New installments include visits to Brooklyn Brine and Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Brooklyn, Tiny But Mighty Popcorn in Shellsburg, Iowa, and Compass Green in Napa and San Francisco.

On Nov. 26, PBS Kids will kick off the holidays with the return of one-hour special Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas, featuring the monkey and the Man in the Yellow Hat counting down to Christmas. Throughout December, the network will air new holiday-themed eps from series including Odd Squad, Peg + Cat, Thomas & Friends and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.


More original kids fodder is headed to Netflix. The streaming goliath and Guru Studio will debut the original spinoff series Justin Time The New Adventures, based on the hit series Justin Time, in early 2016. Netflix VP, content acquisition, Erik Barmack said,  “The series has been a hit for us across several Netflix territories and we expect nothing less for the new series.”

Netflix will also adapt the A Series of Unfortunate Events book series by Lemony Snicket into an original series. The series will be a Netflix production in association with Paramount Television. Paramount was the studio behind the successful 2004 movie.

She’s back on the small screen. Rita Moreno, the Electric Company alumna who’s also one of the few actors to score the quad-crown of Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy wins, is returning to children’s TV to voice a character on Sprout’s upcoming animated series Nina’s World. Moreno will voice Abuelita, the grandmother of 6-year-old Nina in The Goodnight Show spinoff, slated to debut in 2015. Nina’s World is a spinoff from The Good Night Show.

Parts unknown? Anthony Bourdain will guest as famous TV food dude “Anthony Gourmand” in an episode of Nickelodeon’s Sanjay and Craig slated to air 2015. In the ep, Craig is obsessed with the host of TV series "Foodventurer." When Sanjay and Craig discover Gourmand at the Frycade, they convince him he’ll find the ultimate food in Lundgren, but in the end Gourmand believes the ultimate delicacy he should eat is actually Craig. “It’s a little weird seeing my voice coming out of Anthony Gourmand, but my friends have been telling me that I’ve been a cartoon of myself for years, so really I’m kind of used to this,” Bourdain says.
Jeff Foxworthy will return to host and Mark Burnett is exec-producing Fox’s reboot of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? No word yet on the premiere date or time slot. The original series premiered on Fox in 2007; it ran for five seasons.

Studio 100 Film is bringing Maya the Bee to the North American market via a deal with Shout! Factory. Shout! has secured exclusive U.S. and Canadian distribution rights to Maya the Bee–Movie, including theatrical, home entertainment, digital distribution and broadcast. It plans to roll out the film in theaters, via VOD, SVOD, electronic-sell-through, television and in all packaged media through Shout! Factory Kids in 2015.


Scholastic added 32 new reporters to the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps, a team of journalists ages 10-14 who report on “news for kids, by kids” with coverage of current events, breaking news, entertainment stories, and sports events from their hometowns and on the national stage. Their stories appear on the Scholastic News website and in select issues of Scholastic’s classroom magazines.

Toy Story 4 is a reality. Among highlights of Walt Disney Co.’s earnings call last week was the announcement that Woody and Buzz will return in a new theatrical adventure, slated for June 2017 and voiced by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen. John Lasseter will be back to direct the story he cooked up with fellow Pixar imagineers Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Lee Unkrich, who were in on all three prior Toy Story films. The writing team also includes Rashida Jones and Will McCormack.

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Google partnered with The Walt Disney Studios to bring the Disney, Pixar and Marvel digital movie collections to Android device owners through the Disney Movies Anywhere app. Google Play consumers can buy more than 400 available films and watch through the app, website and Google Play movies.

Hallmark Channel kicked off the digital and social initiatives for its Countdown to Christmas programming this year. Digital content includes a new site (sharethehappiness.tv) for Hallmark’s original movie Northpole, a Countdown to Christmas Clock made shareable on Facebook with access to exclusive content, an updated Countdown to Christmas website, a Hallmark Channel Everywhere App, eight new Snow Much Fun interactive and the online Joy to the World Sweepstakes.


Dublin-based StoryToys and Saban Brands are releasing Julius Jr.’s Playhouse, the first interactive 3D app for iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone based on animated children’s series Julius Jr. Among many features are eight jigsaw puzzles, 100-plus quiz questions, three songs. Season two of Julius Jr. just began running on Nick Jr. The release is the first of a series of apps the companies plan to create in partnership. “We’re especially pleased to have been given the opportunity to be involved with the Julius Jr. brand at such an early stage of its existence, and look forward to a long and productive partnership with Saban,” says Barry O’Neill, CEO of StoryToys.

GungHo Online Entertainment announced a new collaboration with DC Comics for its mobile game Puzzle & Dragons.Starting this week through Nov. 23, Puzzle & Dragons will feature some of DC Comics’ most familiar heroes and villains including Superman, Green Arrow, Harley Quinn, Doomsday, Darkseid, and Wonder Woman.

Glu Games announced Kim Kardashian’s iOS mobile game Kim Kardashian Hollywood made $43.4 million in Q3. The game has been download 22.8 million times, and played for 5.7 billion minutes.

Mind Candy is launching “adventure and combat strategy” game World of Warriors exclusively in the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Players must amass an army of history’s greatest warriors to defeat a power-hungry warlord and his evil Skull Army. The game is launching worldwide and is localized into multiple languages including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Portuguese.


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You’d have to be living in a trash canWait. Not even thereto have missed Sesame Street’s 45th birthday on Monday. Here are some fun facts you may not know about the groundbreaking show:
* Elmo once testified before Congress.
* Four First Ladies have visited the Street: Barbara Bush, Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama.
* In 1992, Sesame Street created a TV special where Snuffy’s parents went through a divorce. It never aired.
* Caroll Spinney, who performs Big Bird, has played the role since the first episode.
* Sesame Street has won nine Grammy Awards.
* On the first season of Sesame Street, Oscar the Grouch was orange.
* All of the Sesame Street Muppets have four fingers, except Cookie Monster, who has five.

We also asked a few Sesame devotees to share their fondest memories of the show:

"For me, Sesame Street was always a regular show in our home – and in fact, Count Dracula taught one of my daughters how to count! She is now 27 and still uses his methods to this day." — Barbara Marcus, President/Publisher, Random House Children’s Books

“The early animations of Sesame Street made an indelible mark on my preschool brain. I can’t see a ladybug without the tune of Ladybug Picnic flooding my head or count to ten without that ‘Jive Funk’ twist to it while visualizing a pinball machine.  Favorite puppet moment was whenever Cookie Monster would eat a letter…it just made me want to reach out and eat it, too. I’m always trying to reach that pinnacle when creating shows to this day.”  – Traci Paige Johnson, co-creator, Blues Clues and founder, Yummico

“My fondest Sesame Street memories are the looks on people’s faces when they step on our set for the first time. Whether it is a Make-A-Wish child, a vendor making a delivery, a celebrity or The First Lady…. they light up as soon as they see Hooper’s Store and Oscar’s trash can and they are transported to happy memories.” – Carol-Lynn Parente, Executive Producer, Sesame Street

“The premiere of Sesame Street was the first time a teacher ever told us to watch something on television; so I went home and dutifully watched it every day for the next two years. I always paid attention to the animation in the show, but I also loved the Muppets. I remember a Muppet short where they were singing the song, Windy, and everything was blowing around. That was the first time I realized that there was parody in the show.” —Linda Simensky, VP, Children’s Programming, PBS

“One day I walked on to set to give a note and for some reason I looked up and noticed Snuffy was just hanging out in the corner. I stopped dead in my tracks… How is it possible that my every day involves walking onto one of the most iconic sets in world, giving some of the most talented actors and directors a performance note and walking by a Snuffleupagus on my way to do it?” —Nadine Zylstra, VP, Production/Supervising Producer, Sesame Street

“Growing up, every time I had a banana in my lunchbox I would put it to my ear, pretend I was on the phone, and say, ‘I can’t hear you, I have a banana in my ear.’ Years later when I worked for Sesame Street, I came across a clip of Ernie saying this to Bert. I was flabbergasted, because I was absolutely certain I had made that up. Consciously and subconsciously, Sesame Street had a huge influence on my life and my sense of humor.”  — Meredith Halpern-Ranzer, VP, Creative Services, Sprout, and former Sesame exec



Bulldog Licensing’s U.S. arm added three new licensees for feline phenom Garfield: The Classic, Fright Rags and Open Roads.

Nickelodeon and Playmates Toys are bringing Bebop and Rocksteady action figures from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles exclusively to Wal mart this month. The third season of the series will debut in January.

Lawless Entertainment and Dina Asia Pacific Co. announced a deal with Shanghai Pin Shi Fushi on behalf of Suzy’s Zoo in China, Hong Kong and Macau. Shanghai Pin Shi Fushi will develop children’s apparel to be sold throughout China at specialty stores, department stores, online shops and wholesale distribution.


DHX Media entered an agreement with China National Television (CNTV) to launch a new streaming service exclusively offering DHX children’s content across multiple platforms nationally in China. In the revenue-sharing deal, DHX will provide more than 700 half-hours of kids content initially for the new service, which is expected to offer both ad-supported VOD and SVOD services. Initial series on tap for the service include: Teletubbies, Inspector Gadget, Madeline and Sonic the Hedgehog, to be followed by Caillou, Super Why!, Monster Math Squad and others.


Toronto-based Portfolio Entertainment appointed senior development exec Liliana Vogt to the newly created position of SVP, Content. Vogt most recently served as VP of Development at 9 Story Entertainment, where she was lead on properties including Almost Naked Animals (YTV, Cartoon Network) and Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars (Disney Television, CBC).

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences appointed Bob Mauro as its President. Mauro, formerly VP of CBS, is the first Academy president since Frank Radice departed in 2009.


Top 10 Basic Cable Ratings for the week of Nov. 3-9, 2014

K2-11 Total Programming Day

K2-11 Prime (Monday  Sunday 8-11p.m.)

K2-11  (Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-11 p.m.)

K6-11 Total Programming Day

K6-11 Prime (Monday  Sunday 8-11p.m.)

K6-11  (Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-11 p.m.)

K9-14 Total Programming Day

K9-14 Prime (Monday  Sunday 8-11p.m.)

K9-14  (Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-11 p.m.)

Source: Disney from Nielsen Media Research National MIT, ranked on coverage ratings
Viewing Type: Live + Same Day

K2-11  Top 10 Programs for the week of Nov. 3-9, 2104
11/9/14/The Smurfs/DSNY/9-10:40a/1754
11/8/14/Despicable Me/DSNY/10:50a-12:35p/1745
11/7/14/Despicable Me/DSNY/7:10-8:55p/1648
11/8/14/Sofia the First/DSNY/8:30-8:55a/1383
11/8/14/The Thundermans/NICK/9-9:30p/1292
11/8/14/Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight/DSNY/9-10:50a/1242

K6-11  Top 10 Programs for the week of Nov. 3-9, 2014
11/8/14/Despicable Me/DSNY/10:50a-12:35p/1166
11/8/14/The Thundermans/NICK/9-9:30p/1148
11/8/14/Haunted Hathaways/NICK/9:30-10p/1083
11/7/14/Despicable Me/DSNY/7:10-8:55p/1066
11/9/14/The Smurfs/DSNY/9-10:40a/1012
11/8/14/Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn/NICK/8:30-9p/926
11/8/14/Henry Danger/NICK/8-8:30p/915
11/8/14/Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight/DSNY/9-10:50a/903

Source: Turner Research based on Total US Television Universe of 115,800,000 homes.

Weekend box office estimates for the top-grossing kids/tween/teen movies rated G, PG or PG-13, provided by Rentrak for Nov. 7-9, 2014:

Big Hero 6 (Disney) PG $56.2 million (weekend) $56.2 million (1-week cume)
Interstellar (Paramount) $50 million (weekend) $50 million (1-week cume)
Ouija (Universal) PG-13 $6.02 million (weekend) $43.47 million (3-week cume)
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible No Good Very Bad Day (Disney) PG $3.5 million (weekend) $59.21 million (7-week cume)
The Book of Life (20th Century Fox) PG $2.8 million (weekend) $45.21 million (4-week cume)


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