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June 15, 2020 |

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AMC TV fills up on Filly

Filly Funtasia is shopped by Imira Entertainment

Eastern European broadcaster AMC TV, owned by AMC Networks International, has picked up a children’s series from Spain-based Imira Entertainment for its Minimax channel.

Filly Funtasia is a computer-animated fantasy series based on the Filly toy franchise created by Jacob and Henrik Andersen for Hong Kong toy company Dracco.

AMC will air the first 26×22′ season of the show on its Minimax channel servicing Hungary, Romania, Moldova, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia.

Imira Entertainment, which distributes the series, is the distribution arm of India’s Toonz Media Group.

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