TV series «Be-be-bears», «Leo and Tig» and «Cutie Cubies» are on HBO Max
HBO Max streaming service began to broadcast the animation projects «Be-be-bears», «Leo and Tig», and «Cutie Cubies», created by the animation studio Parovoz in cooperation with Digital Television media holding and VGTRK.
It happened thanks to a deal between Digital Television company and WarnerMedia Latin America according to which the rights to broadcast the popular animated series on HBO Max platform were purchased. The cartoons are fully adapted and translated into several languages, which are Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Anton Smetankin, Chief Officer of Parovoz animation studio:
«It is undoubtedly a significant event for Parovoz. We are glad that the deal is a package one, three projects from the portfolio of our studio are involved into it at once. Besides, one of the animated series is making its debut on a large foreign streaming platform, because it is the first major international release for the project „Cutie Cubies“. We anticipate developing our partnership with WarnerMedia into a long-term one.»
Victoria Bolotova, Head of the International Distribution Department of Digital Television Media Holding:
«We are grateful to WarnerMedia for the professional cooperation and choice of our cartoons. We are confident that the Latin American audience will love our animated series and look forward to the release of new seasons.»
HBO Max is an American video-on-demand Internet service owned by AT&T WarnerMedia through its subsidiary company WarnerMedia Direct. The service was launched on May 27, 2020 and has about 45 million subscribers. The platform offers a wide range of original shows and an extensive library from the company, as well as additional content licensed by sided distributors.
At the end of 2017 millions of European children saw «Be-be-bears», because HBO Europe television network, which includes 10 TV channels that broadcast in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, Bulgaria and some other countries of Central and Eastern Europe, began to air the popular Russian animated series.
Moreover, earlier in that year «Be-be-Bears» and «Leo and Tig» became available to young viewers from Poland, Spain, Israel and South Korea.