The second season of Emmy-nominated comedy adventure Mush-Mush and the Mushables is announced. Kids’ entertainment specialist CAKE, La Cabane from France and Thuristar from Belgium have announced their association with Warner Bros. Discovery EMEA for the second season.
Currently, 50 new episodes are in production and it will air on HBO Max along with Cartoonito in EMEA. Warner Bros. Discovery EMEA has joined hands with Canal+ (France), VRT-Ketnet, RTBF (Belgium) and RTS (Switzerland) who had already agreed to the second season. Mush-Mush and the Mushables‘ season one was successfully launched in over 150 territories to date and most recently in the US on preschool channel Cartoonito, HBO Max and Cartoon Network.
Mush-Mush and the Mushables revolves around the endearing community who embark on a journey to put the fun back into fun-gi! It is always adventurous in Mushworld as the Mushables get to know their talents and their limits. The show is full of discovery, exciting outdoor adventure and much more.
The multi-award winning show is created by Elfriede de Rooster, produced by Perrine Gauthier and directed by Joeri Christiaen (Mush-Mush & the Mushables – season one, My Knight and Me). CAKE is responsible for the distribution of the series worldwide and is also co-producing the show with La Cabane and Thuristar. Copyrights Group, brand owner and licensing agent for Paddington, are acting as the global licensing agent.
CAKE CEO Ed Galton said, “We are excited to be partnering with Warner Bros. Discovery EMEA once again and are looking forward to introducing a brand new season of fun forest adventures to young audiences all over the world.”
Warner Bros. Discovery EMEA lead acquisitionist of partnership and co-productions Zia Bales says, “Spirited trio, Mush-Mush, Lilit and Chep have built a genuine connection with our own tiny explorers tuning into Cartoonito. We’re excited to continue our partnership with CAKE, La Cabane and Thuristar to bring more of this beautiful European animation to life.”