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Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe

Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe
Type Subsidiary of Turner Broadcasting System Europe
Industry Animation
Founded 2007
Headquarters London, England (United Kingdom)
Key people Daniel Lennard (Vice President)
Products Television programs
Owners Turner Broadcasting System Europe
Parent Time Warner

Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe is a British animation studio based in London. It was founded in early 2007 and is owned by Turner Broadcasting System Europe. It is the European equivalent to Cartoon Network Studios, based in Burbank, California.[1][2][3][4]

Contents

  • Filmography 1
    • TV series 1.1
    • Short pilots 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Filmography

TV series

Show Year Creator Co-production(s) Notes Rating
The Amazing World of Gumball 2011–present Ben Bocquelet Boulder Media Limited
Studio SOI
Dandelion Studios
First show from Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe to be greenlit as TV series. TV-Y7-FV

Short pilots

Show Year Creator(s)
The Amazing Adventures of Kid Cole & Klay[5] 2008 Pete Candeland and Stu Connolly
Little Rikke[6] 2008 Rikke Asbjoern
COSMO[7] 2009 Charlie Bean
Elliot's Zoo 2009 Dave Needham
The Furry Pals 2009 Rikke Asbjoern
Hamshanks and the Himalolly Mountain Railway 2009 Tom Parkinson
Mutant Monsters 2009 Alan Kerswell
Pinky Malinky 2009 Chris Garbutt
Verne on Vacation 2009 Sylvain Marc
The ATM 2011 Rikke Asbjoern

See also

References

  1. ^ Licensing Biz
  2. ^ Zoom Info
  3. ^ Kidscreen Summit
  4. ^ media2.pl
  5. ^ Kid Cole & Clay - looking up to the ground - Blogger
  6. ^ VISUAL PHOOEY!: LITTLE RIKKE
  7. ^ le vide-grenier de Polyminthe: Charlie Bean's COSMO for CNEurope

External links

  • Finn Arnesen
  • Turner Broadcasting commissions first series from its European Development Studio
  • New and adventurous design
  • Boulder Media Enters ‘The Amazing World of Gumball’
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