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Peppa Pig: Mr. Potato Comes to Town & Other Stories

Entertainment One to Cut Film, TV Workforce by 10 Percent

The loss of around 60 jobs follows the studio being acquired by toy maker Hasbro, led by CEO Brian Goldner.

Hasbro Posts Quarterly Loss as Pandemic Hits eOne

Hasbro swung to a loss of $33.9 million for the second quarter as the coronavirus pandemic hit its Entertainment One unit.

Entertainment One Earnings Drop on Film Unit Weakness

Entertainment One reported a lower full-year pretax profit on reduced revenue as film business weakness was only partially offset by strong sales of its ‘Peppa Pig’ preschool property brands.

Entertainment One Swings to Half-Year Loss, Revenue Slips

One-off costs from a restructuring film distribution business impacted the Peppa Pig owner.

‘Peppa Pig’ Attraction in the Works for China

Entertainment One has licensed its popular kids TV property 'Peppa Pig' to Merlin Entertainments to become an indoor play center in Shanghai.

‘Peppa Pig’ Merchandising, TV Sales Drive Revenue Jump at Entertainment One

The indie studio said preproduction has started on HBO's Gillian Flynn drama 'Sharp Objects,' starring Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson and Chris Messina.

eOne Eyes International Upside for ‘Peppa Pig,’ ‘PJ Masks’

The company is looking to grow the preschool TV franchises with a measured approach.

Entertainment One Sees Sales Fall on Weaker Box Office

Canada's 'Hunger Games' distributor saw strong first quarter TV division growth offset the impact of fewer film releases and currency conversions.