Studio 100 Media brings Children's Series to Prime Video
Studio 100 Media, an independent studio for children's and family entertainment, has struck a licensing deal with Prime Video for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Stockholm - Viewers in the German-speaking territories can look forward to the entire seasons of popular CGI series such as Heidi, Maya the Bee, Mia and me, Nils Holgersson, and Vic the Viking. Additionally, Prime Video will offer the award-winning live-action series House of Anubis, as well as the original 1975 series and animation classic Maya the Bee. Over 450 episodes from Studio 100 Media's flagship brands will become available on Prime Video's streaming platform in the coming months.
Martin Krieger, CEO of Studio 100 Media, expressed his delight with this strategic partnership, emphasising that the availability of their top series on Prime Video will expand their reach to a broader audience. Krieger also believes that this move will positively impact their Licensing & Merchandising division.
Prime Video is well-known for its extensive collection of movies, series, and sports, accessible on various compatible devices. Prime members can enjoy a wide range of content, including original series like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and The Boys, as well as hit movies like Coming 2 America. The platform also offers exclusive access to top UEFA Champions League matches and a premium selection of ad-supported movies and TV shows through Amazon Freevee.
This collaboration between Studio 100 Media and Prime Video is expected to provide more audiences in the German-speaking region with engaging and captivating family entertainment.
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