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September 27, 2016 - 3D, Animation
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Canadian Tv Show ‘Cracké’ Draws in French Broadcaster CANAL

Québec-based 3d animator Squeeze ink deal for its new short form property with French broadcaster CANAL  in 50 areas including Monaco, Andorra, Europe, Mauritius and Africa.

QUÉBEC CITY, QC – Squeeze has introduced that it is Tv show Cracké will quickly be presented by French broadcaster CANAL . Beginning in Fall 2016, the 52 one-minute episodes can make kids laugh across France plus about 50 areas including Monaco, Andorra, Europe, Mauritius, and Africa. This agreement brings the amount of nations and areas to 160 which will possess the chance to savor the colorful animated Tv show.

Produced and created by Squeeze in Québec City, Canada, Cracké is really a universal three dimensional animated slapstick comedy series starring Erectile dysfunction, an anxious ostrich father, and the brood. With higher intentions of safeguarding his eight eggs, Erectile dysfunction causes trouble rather than misses an chance to worsen for themself.

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“It is a real recognition for Squeeze to determine our Tv show being welcome inside a country with your a wealthy film and television culture,” stated Denis Doré, president and co-founder at Squeeze. “Québec and France will always be close, especially with regards to humor! This collaboration shows once more the talent produced in Québec includes a tremendous possibility to mix the edges.”

“We’re very happy to broadcast Cracké on CANAL  Family. This Tv show signifies everything we’re searching for, absurd humor and an excellent quality of 3d animator,” said Laurence Blaevoet, Director from the Youth Division at CANAL .

In Canada, Cracké is broadcast on Teletoon. The franchise also involves existence via a mobile gaming (Cracké Hurry). Another months are already arrived for that Tv show.

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