Cartoon Network Latin America More Episodes Of Oswaldo Coming In 2019

Cartoon Network Latin America More Episodes Of Oswaldo Coming In 2019

Cartoon Network Latin America More Episodes Of Oswaldo Coming In 2019

The animation studio behind Cartoon Network Latin America’s Oswaldo – Birdo has partnered up with Symbiosys Entertainment in India to co-produce 39 new episodes of Oswaldo, the new episodes have already been pre-sold to Cartoon Network Latin America. The new episodes are expected to be ready for broadcast by April 2019. Oswaldo premiered on Cartoon Network Brazil on 11th October 2017. According to statistics from Brazilian television ratings organisation Ibope, the show became one of Cartoon Network Brazil’s top-five most-watched shows in 2017 for children aged between 4 to 11. The show also airs on free-to-air channel – TV Cultura in Brazil.

The partnership between Birdo and Symbiosys marks the first ever Brazilian/Indian cartoon co-production, production is already underway, with Birdo handling pre and post-production and Symbiosys handling animation. The show’s creator – Pedro Eboli will also be the head writer for the new episodes. The deal was organised by Brenda Wooding, the owner of Los Angeles-based Kid Glove, the show’s international distributor.

Oswaldo, the show’s titular character, is a 12 year old penguin who lives as a human boy, he was discovered by his adoptive parents on a beach in Rio de Janeiro when he was a baby, thousands of miles away from his real home in Antarctica. When Oswaldo started going to school, Oswaldo quickly learns more about the outside world and has lots of fun with his new friends in the boiling heat of Rio.

Cartoon Network At Comic Con Experience São Paulo 2017 Overview

Cartoon Network At Comic Con Experience São Paulo 2017 Overview

Cartoon Network At Comic Con Experience São Paulo 2017 Overview

Last weekend (07/12/2017 – 10/12/2017) was the 2017 Comic Con Experience convention in São Paulo, Brazil and Cartoon Network hosting three panels at the event, one for Irmão do Jorel (Jorel’s Brother) with show creator Juliano Enrico, a special Cartoon Network panel with OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes creator – Ian Jones-Quartey and a panel for Cartoon Network Latin America’s Let’s Play web series – Toontubers. Some convention visitors cosplayed as their favourite cartoon characters, including Jorel’s Brother, Fionna from Adventure Time and Samurai Jack.

Earlier today (12/12/2017), Cartoon Network Brazil hosted a Facebook live stream for a special drawing session with Ian Jones-Quartey and Juliano Enrico, both drawn various cartoon characters including each other’s creations, people watching the stream were able to comment and make suggestions on what they should draw.

While in Brazil, Ian Jones-Quartey met with the creator of Monica’s Gang – Mauricio de Sousa at his studio, Monica’s Gang (Brazilian Portuguese title: Turma da Mônica) airs on Cartoon Network and Boomerang in Brazil (and in the rest of Latin America) and is one of Brazil’s most popular cartoon and comic book series.

Ian Jones-Quartey also met up with the team at Birdo Studio. Birdo produces Cartoon Network Brazil’s latest animated comedy series – Oswaldo.

Cartoon Network Latin America Greenlights The Legend of Zeta And Ozz Animated Shorts Series

Cartoon Network Latin America Greenlights The Legend of Zeta And Ozz Animated Shorts Series

Cartoon Network Latin America Greenlights The Legend of Zeta And Ozz Animated Shorts Series

After the events of MIPJunior from over the weekend (14/10/2017 – 15/10/2017) and on the first day of MIPCOM which is today (16/10/2017), Cartoon Network Latin America has announced that they’ve greenlit another animated shorts series called – “The Legend of Zeta & Ozz”. The series will be produced by a combined effort of three different Chile-based animation studios – Punk Robot, Niño Viejo and Typpo. The addition of The Legend of Zeta & Ozz follows other recent animated projects by Cartoon Network Latin America including Oswaldo, Jorel’s Brother, Viking Tales and Villainous.

The new series tells the story of a friendship between a fox with an egotistical attitude and an enthusiastic but childish bear. Both Zeta and Ozz want to be immortalised as legends by attempting ridiculous challenges, but they always fall short of their dreams. Despite not being up to the mark, they still have fun during their surreal adventures while traveling in their van across the continent of “Golden Moon”.

The Legend of Zeta & Ozz was the Winner of the “Best TV Series Project” Disney Award at the MIFA Pitching Sessions, Annecy Animation Festival and Market in 2015. There will be episodes with various lengths of runtime, there will be 39 episodes that will be 7 minutes long, 10 episodes that will be 3 minutes long and ten episodes that will be 15 seconds long, the new show is already in production and will air on Cartoon Network feeds in the Latin American region and digital shorts will also appear on Cartoon Network’s multiscreen services in the region, for example – Cartoon Network Anything.

Punk Robot became the first ever Latin American animation company to win an Oscar, the studio won an Oscar for the short animated film “Bear Story” at last year’s Oscars ceremony. Niño Viejo (literally means “Old Child” in Spanish), is a Santiago based animation studio and has worked on many TV shows and short films, the director of Niño Viejo’s “Sing with Meaning: A Violeta Parra Biography” – Leo Beltrán will be working as the project director for The Legend of Zeta & Ozz.

According to Leo Beltrán, the show is aimed for boys and girls and it will be fast-paced, the show’s storyline isn’t predictable and it’s influenced by comic-book style storytelling and the show’s artwork will feature a palette of highly-defined colours.

While Punk Robot and Niño Viejo will be specialising in animation, Typpo Creative Lab will be working on the show’s script, the company has worked with several studios and projects, including a few productions of their own.

The scriptwriter for the new series – Bambü Orellana said “The Legend of Zeta & Ozz seeks to tell a story that, while superficially about competitiveness, ego-centrism and giving out nicknames, deep down it’s about two best friends who do whatever it takes to have fun together”

In an statement from Pato Escala, executive producer at Punkrobot Studio he added: “This project is a great challenge for us and we are happy to have Cartoon Network Latin America’s creative support. We want to develop a project that will make Latin American animation proud around the world.”

Hernán La Greca, the senior director of original production for Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Tooncast Latin America also commented: “We are thrilled to work on this new project with talented people that put so much love in the product. This new co-production in Chile confirms our ongoing commitment to foster local animation in Latin America.”

Description of The Legend of Zeta & Ozz from Typpo’s Website:

Zeta and Ozz are the bestest of best friends, a couple of party dudes and extreme showoffs trying to show the world how awesome they are at everything. Zeta is a super egocentric fox and Ozz a totally childish bear. Together they travel in their van all over the fantastic mega continent of “Golden Moon”, having fun and turning every little thing into a challenge they must win.


“The Legend of Zeta & Ozz” has 7-minute long episodes for TV, in each of them they’ll stop their traveling and find a new ridiculous self-imposed challenge to overcome; they might try to prove they have the best handshake in the world and accidentally discover an ultra-secret greeting that opens a portal to another dimension and have to face the god of all greetings; or maybe they’ll find a mug in the desert labeled “Best Boss Ever” and fight over who of them deserves it; or even just find out you can’t sneeze with your eyes open and being determined to be the first ones to make it.


These little stories come in two lengths, 3 minutes and 15 seconds.

The first ones focus on Zeta and Ozz’s never ending road trip; we’ll see things like how they take turns driving, stop to go to the bathroom, fight over who gets to play his music on the radio or start a forest fire trying to cook some hotdogs.

The shortest ones are just little gags focusing on their kind of mean but super loving relationship.×7-10×3-10×15/