Canada's 'Wild Kratts' Cartoon Series Sold to Germany's Super RTL
The 9 Story Entertainment series, which debuted on PBS Kids Go!, was created by Martin and Chris Kratt of "Kratts' Creatures" and "Zoboomafoo" fame.
TORONTO – Canadian indie producer 9 Story Entertainment has sold the PBS Kids Go! animated kids series Wild Kratts to Germany’s Super RTL.
The half-hour series was created by brothers and zoologists Martin Kratt and Chris Kratt, and airs on TVOntario, Knowledge Network and Télé-Québec in Canada.
Wild Kratts features the Kratt brothers travelling worldwide to meet new animals and rescue their creature friends.
The co-production between 9 Story and The Kratt Brothers Company is distributed internationally by 9 Story, excluding North American where Kratt Brothers hold the rights.
The Kratt Brothers Company is also known for their earlier PBS series Kratts’ Creatures, which also aired on Super RTL, and Zoboomafoo.
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