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TsWade2

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Looks like House of Mouse and Lloyd in Space are coming to Disney+
Wait a minute! I already seen this seven months ago and they didn’t set the date. The last time I ask Disneyplus, they said there are no plans to put House of Mouse on the streaming service at this time. Or maybe it’s a different opinion. So I don’t fall for it. Good try, though.
 

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Not sure if this was posted, Disney's Doug is now available on Disney+



 

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Oh, oops, sorry I didn't notice it was there since launch, thanks
The Nick series is on Hulu and the Disney series is on Plus. It feels weird that there isn't some more natural way to go from one series to the next but them's the breaks.

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The Nick series is on Hulu and the Disney series is on Plus. It feels weird that there isn't some more natural way to go from one series to the next but them's the breaks.

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Is the presence of the Nick version on Hulu under license from Viacom or does Disney also control the streaming rights to that as well? I ask because Disney bought up the original production studio and owns the character.
 

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Is the presence of the Nick version on Hulu under license from Viacom or does Disney also control the streaming rights to that as well? I ask because Disney bought up the original production studio and owns the character.
It's there because of Viacom's deal with Hulu. Viacom owns that series,(that how they still air reruns ) while everything else Doug is owned by Disney.
 
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All of Nickelodeon's Doug is on a YouTube channel called Kids TV English. (owned by the Belgian company Studio 100 Media)

Viacom doesn't own Doug internationally.
 
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All of Nickelodeon's Doug is on a YouTube channel called Kids TV English. (owned by the Belgian company Studio 100 Media)

Viacom doesn't own Doug internationally.
But actually Studio 100 licensed Classic Doug (not Brand! Spanking! New! Doug/Disney’s Doug) to European territories. This dates way back to EM.TV holding the rights to Classic Doug on behalf of MTV NETWORKS International since the European Nick channels can’t air it.....


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But actually Studio 100 licensed Classic Doug (not Brand Spanking New Doug/Disney’s Doug) to European territories. This dates way back to EM.TV holding the rights to Classic Doug on behalf of MTV NETWORKS International since the European Nick channels can’t air it.....


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And here it aired on TVI when SIC had Nick's shows.
 
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Well actually there was no evidence if the Dutch dub of the show carried over Aruba and the Antilles*
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But then Classic Doug was sold to over 800 territories in Europe thanks to EM.TV. And actually the EM.TV version of the show had all title screens localized for specific regions.


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Well actually there was no evidence if the Dutch dub of the show carried over Aruba and the Antilles*
(*Later dissoluted)


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The Dutch Nickelodeon aired all old NickToons besides Doug, because Viacom doesn't own Doug internationally.

Doug did air on Dutch state television, I assume also in Aruba and the Dutch Antilles.
 
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But then Classic Doug was sold to over 800 territories in Europe thanks to EM.TV. And actually the EM.TV version of the show had all title screens localized for specific regions.
I think you didn't clearly get it. EM.TV owns the show only in German-speaking territories. In fact, neither EM.TV nor Beta Film/Taurus Film/Kirch Group were involved with production of the show. Actually, most of EMEA licensed the show from Ellipseanime (now part of Mediatoon): Doug
 
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I think you didn't clearly get it. EM.TV owns the show only in German-speaking territories. In fact, neither EM.TV nor Beta Film/Taurus Film/Kirch Group were involved with production of the show. Actually, most of EMEA licensed the show from Ellipseanime (now part of Mediatoon): Doug
So ELLIPSANIME (now owned by Dragaud/MediaToon) licensed the show from MTV NETWORKS International for distribution in the EMEA region. While EM.TV* used to own the show in Germany, German-Speaking Switzerland, German-Speaking Austria and German-Speaking Luxembourg. ELLIPSANIME handled distribution and licensing for the rest of EMEA when there were no Nick channels available at that time.
(*EM.TV was bought out by STUDIO 100 in 2008 so the German rights are currently with STUDIO 100 Deutschland)


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