9 Story Announces Plans for MIPJr and MIPCOM

Toronto, Canada – September 27, 2011- (Virtual Press Office) — 9 Story Entertainment is pleased to announce new and returning animated series at MIPJr and MIPCOM.

Screening for the first time are children’s animated comedy series’ Numb Chucks (52×11’) and The Super Dupers (52×11’). Launching sales at MIPJr and Mipcom are the pre-school animated series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (40×22’) and prime-time animated sitcom Ben’s City (13×22’), in addition to season 2 of popular children’s animated comedy series’ Almost Naked Animals (40×22’) and Wild Kratts (66×22’).

Numb Chucks (52×11’) is a comedy about two half-witted woodchuck vigilantes, Dilweed and Fungus, who use their non-existent kung-fu skills to protect the citizens of Ding-a-Ling Springs, whether they need it or not.

The Super Dupers (52×11’) follows the escapades of 12-year-old twins, Danny and Daisy, as they discover they might not have the greatest superpowers ever, but they still know how to have super-size fun.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (40×22’ or 80×11’) is based on the longest-running children’s program on American television Mister Roger’s Neighborhood. This all-new animated preschool series features Daniel, a shy but brave 4-year-old tiger who lives in the magical Neighborhood of Make Believe and learns key skills necessary for school and life.

Ben’s City (13×22’) is a new prime-time animated sitcom from French celebrity comedian François Pérusse featuring a crew of odd-ball characters living in a large cosmopolitan city. Ben’s life seems pretty ordinary, but in reality it’s the complete opposite. Pérusse uses the pretext of everyday life to create extreme parody as his characters careen from one bizarre adventure to another.

Almost Naked Animals (40×22’ or 80×11’) The Banana Cabana is a beachfront resort, home to mayhem and all around fun, run by a bunch of free-spirited underwear-clad, accident-prone animals led by Howie, a hospitality-challenged canine manager.

Wild Kratts (66×22’) features Chris and Martin Kratt, real life brothers, zoologists, and creators of the hit shows Kratts’ Creatures and Zoboomafoo, as they travel the world to meet amazing new animals and use their fantastic Creature Powers Suits to rescue their animal friends.

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