Nickelodeon International has bought the rights to Kiva Can Do!, the latest animated series, featuring a colorful, multi-textured animation style, produced by Kavaleer Productions.
The Nick Jr. deal covers Benelux, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Greece, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines for both pay and free TV; and the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Israel, Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia, India, South Korea, Israel and the Arabic speaking MENA region for pay TV Rights.
Created by Kavaleer’s CEO Andrew Kavanagh, and executive producer and MD, Gary Timpson; Kiva Can Do! tells the story of a five-year-old girl who knows how to make her own fun and whose imagination knows no bounds. Along with her best friend, Saul Dunne and her dog Angus (whom Kiva built out of shoeboxes and paper towel rolls), Kiva can create absolutely anything and go absolutely anywhere. When Kiva uses her imagination the ordinary turns into the extraordinary.
Kive Can Do! is a 52 x 11 show for pre-schoolers whose heroes need only a cardboard box, some bits and bobs, and whole lot of imagination to have a grand adventure.
Check out the KivaCanDo.com website for more pics and a video clip!
The series was previously picked up by Lagardere TV for French-speaking EMEA TV (packaged through London’s Happy Audience). Kiva Can Do! Is funded in part by the Irish Film Board, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, the Section 481 tax credit, and national broadcaster RTE. The show was developed with the assistance of Creative Europe.