Cartoon Network Latin America Buys Endangered Species Broadcasting Rights
On Thursday 19th November, it was announced that Turner Broadcasting System Latin America have purchased the broadcasting rights to Endangered Species which could air on Cartoon Network or/and Boomerang. The new animated show is about mostly about three animals named Pickle (a hyper-imaginative rabbit), Merl (A safety conscious squirrel) and Gull (a silly but lovable seagull), at first they might not appear to be high on the protected species list, but they’re constantly on the verge of catastrophic extinction through misadventure with hilarious consequences.
Endangered Species is made by Canadian animation studio Nerd Corps Entertainment and is distributed by their parent company, DHX Media. Endangered Species was originally commissioned by Teletoon in Canada. Season one of Endangered Species has 26 episodes which are 11 minutes long each.