DQ Entertainment (DQE) has announced new broadcast and licensing agreements for The Jungle Book that will swing into the American market by launching in Sinclair Broadcast Group’s children’s channel KidsClick this year. The Jungle Book has now gone into the production of the third season after the success it saw for its first two seasons. The series is co-produced/acquired by major global kids broadcasters such as ZDF Germany, DeA Kids-Italy, TF1-France, Canal+ France, Telequbec and TVO-Canada, JCCTV-Middle East, Nickelodeon-India to name a few and was broadcasted in over 160 countries worldwide. DQE Group CEO and MD Tapaas Chakravarti said, “We are excited to partner with Kidsclick Channel for the USA. We are sure Kids in the USA will love watching Mowgli and his friends in their favourite kids’ channel.” The new third season will showcase the new escapades of the Mowgli who was raised in Indian jungle by a pack of wolves. More drama, same excitement and adventure mixed with a high element of comedy will tell tales of Mowgli, his beloved mentor, Baloo, the wise bear, Bagheera, his panther buddy and the lazy rock-python Kaa. Together they take on the evil Shere Khan who is out to get Mowgli. His adventures will open out in the lush tropical forest of Seeonee amidst Indian royal forts, temples, waterfalls, the Waigunga river. DQE COO Group Manoj Mishra commented, “This is a very exciting series launch for us as KidsClick allows Jungle Book to reach new, highly engaged, audiences from all around the USA. We are delighted to have secured such a strong US broadcast partner in KidsClick.” The series produced by DQE will air on KidsClick channel soon. Sinclair Broadcast Group, a television broadcasting organisation in the US owns and operates 192 television stations and 611 channels all across the USA. Kidsclick will be broadcasting all the three seasons of The Jungle Book series.