Heidi CGI series comes to Sun Network's Chutti TV

Heidi is based on the famous character created by Johanna Spyri in the books about the events in the life of a young girl and her grandfather in the Swiss Alps

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Sep 17, 2018 4:23 PM

Studio 100 Media moves to further strengthen the presence of its animated shows in Asia by signing a deal with Sun Network that picked up the CGI animated series 'Heidi'. The series was successfully launched on the Tamil block on Sun TV’s pay TV kid’s channel Chutti TV, following a month of heavy promotion for the show.

Chutti TV had also broadcast the classic 2D animated TV series of “Heidi” which was produced in the 1970s, celebrating worldwide success. The famous character was created in 1880 by Johanna Spyri who released two books about the events in the life of a young girl in her grandfather’s care in the Swiss Alps. There are several film and television productions of the original story, including the 1970 Japanese anime series, distributed by Studio 100 Media, and the CGI remake which was produced by Studio 100 Animation and for which 26 new adventures for season 2 are currently in production.



In February 2017, the Studio 100 Group acquired the majority interest in m4e AG. Cooperating closely on projects - from the first idea to a kid’s smile in one of the theme parks - the companies will use their synergies in both national and international activities. Under the roof of Studio 100, one of the largest European companies for children’s and family entertainment is now formed.

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