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Viacom’s children network Nick Jr has premiered the Spanish-Mexican series Cleo & Cuquin in the US.

cleo clan 08 july 2017Originally produced by Spain’s Ánima Kitchent and Mexico’s Televisa, the preschool series is based on the classic Familia Telerín cartoon.

The deal with Nickelodeon USA follows former agreements inked last year with Discovery Kids Latin America and the series broadcast on Spain’s Clan TV, a children’s channel owned by the public corporation RTVE.

In addition, Televisa and Anima Kitchent have also appointed Mattel as the global master toy partner for the brand, and recently launched a line of toys.

“The biggest dream of any company that aims to take its kids’ content to the US is signing a deal with Nickelodeon. Having reached the agreement is a great business opportunity in the most complex and competitive market in the world,” said Víctor M López, CEO, Ánima Kitchent.