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Animation Collective Signs Deal with CANAL+ for "Three Delivery," Three Other Series


The Animation Collective and CANAL+ have announced a broadcast partnership for four animated series: Three Delivery, Ellen’s Acres, Jolly Rabbit, and HTDT. The shows will air in France on the CANAL+ Family Channel or CANAL+ TéléTOON, with Ellen’s Acres also airing on CBBC in the UK and ABC in Australia.

For more information, read the press release here.

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