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Nickelodeon take rights to Kiva Can Do
21 Sep 2017 : Siobhan Maher
The deal was facilitated by distributor, Lacey Entertainment.

Kavaleer Productions ‘Kiva Can Do’ has been sold to Nickelodeon International

Following its nomination at the Cartoon Forum Tribute Awards, Kavaleer Productions has sold ‘Kiva Can Do’ to Nickelodeon International . The deal was facilitated by distributor, Lacey Entertainment.

The series, comprised of 52 x 11 min episodes, explores the world of titular character, Kiva. Kiva is a five-year-old girl who uses her imagination to create extraordinary adventures, accompanied by Saul Dunne and her dog Angus (whom Kiva built out of shoeboxes and paper towel rolls).

Kavaleer Production received production funding from the Irish Film Board, the BAI, RTÉ, Section 481 tax credit. It was developed with the assistance of Creative Europe.

The show will air on Nick Jr in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Benelux, Greece, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. Nickelodeon also acquired the pay TV rights for the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Israel, Africa, Latin America, South-east Asia, India, South Korea, Israel and the Arabic-speaking MENA region. French-speaking EMEA rights were previously acquired by multinational media conglomerate Lagardère’s TV division.




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