DQ Entertainment (International) Limited, a Hyderabad-based animation, game art and entertainment company, has partnered with Wild Canary Animation of the US for the overseas animation of ‘Miles from Tomorrowland’, a new computer-generated imagery, high-definition kids’ animated space adventure series for Disney Junior channel.
Production has already begun on the 24-episode series, which is slated to air worldwide on Disney Junior and its programming blocks in 2015. DQ Entertainment said in press release on Thursday it would earn a multi-million dollar in revenue from this contract beginning in the current financial year.
Being directed by Emmy-nominated Paul Demeyer, the series charts the mission of the Calisto family – seven-year-old Miles, big sister Loretta and their scientific parents Phoeba and Leo, who work for the Tomorrowland Transit Authority.
Each episode will feature two 11-minute stories exploring new worlds while taking young viewers on a journey that fuels kids’ natural interest in the universe, early math, language skills and emphasises the importance of relationships between family members, the release said.
DQ Entertainment’s scrip ended the trade at Rs 18.02 on the BSE, down 4.96%, over the previous close of Rs 18.96 a share.