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Moonbug inks first EMEA distribution deal with The Walt Disney Company

Moonbug Entertainment has secured its first distribution deal with The Walt Disney Company in Europe, Middle East and Africa region.

The deal further expands Moonbug’s partnership with Disney in multiple territories and will see Go Buster and Lellobee City Farm – both spin-off series of Little Baby Bum – air on Disney+.

With a launch starting from September, 30 episodes of Go Buster and 78 episodes of Lellobee City Farm will be offered in multiple languages on Disney+ including Dutch, Arabic, French, Italian, German and Polish.

“This deal with Disney marks yet another milestone for Moonbug as we continue to expand our reach across EMEA and beyond,” commented Nicolas Eglau, md EMEA & APAC at Moonbug. “We are thrilled to extend our partnership with Disney and look forward to bringing the world of Go Buster and Lellobee City Farm to Disney+ viewers.”

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