Disney India bags Freaktowns rights

Great news for the fellow kids of India. Disney India has acquired the rights of the comedy series ‘Freaktown’. The series is a Canadian animated one from the Portfolio Entertainment which is a television production and distribution company from Canada having as focus children’s programming and primetime production.

Jonathan Abraham, Director of International Sales and Acquisitions, Portfolio Entertainment, commented: “Freaktown’s mix of everything sweet and cuddly with the gleefully gross and slimy continues to hook kids everywhere who love seeing these two worlds and their characters collide at every turn. We’re thrilled to ink these new deals and bring this highly-entertaining series to new homes in the U.K., Denmark and India”.

The cartoon series consisting of 26 episodes, lasts for 30 minutes each and targets fellow kids aged six to eleven years. The series is a concept by Peter Ricq and Philippe Ivanusic and revolves around Freaktown which is a place where it is cool to be a ghoul and best friends Ben Bones and Lenny plans to keep it that way. But Princes Boo Boo is intent on turning Freaktown into a place so sweet it’ll make you barf rainbows.