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DQ Entertainment’s animated series to air on Discovery Family Channel in the US

MUMBAI: Animated TV series ‘Robin Hood: Mischief In Sherwood’, produced by Hyderabad-based DQ Entertainment, is set to premiere on Discovery Family Channel in the US from 3 July.

The series features ten-year-old Robin and his young friends as they stand up to Prince John’s silly antics in Sherwood Forest.

Throughout the series, viewers will meet new heroes and reunite with iconic characters from the Robin Hood franchise including Maid Marian, charming Little John, grumpy Tuck and Robin’s funny cousin Scarlett in a mix of magic, friendship and a whole lot of excitement along the way.

With Richard the Lionheart away at war, it’s up to Robin and his adventurous pals to save the day without ever missing an opportunity to have fun.

“Young Robin will entertain viewers in the US on Discovery Family Channel,” DQ Entertainment International chairman & CEO Tapaas Chakravarti said.

DQ Entertainment is a global entertainment group which specialises in animation, gaming and VFX content production, licensing and distribution. It has produced major intellectual properties such as ‘The Jungle Book’, ‘The New Adventures of Peter Pan’, ‘The Little Prince Robinhood – Mischief In Sherwood’, ‘Lassie’, ‘Iron Man’ and other properties, in partnership with international broadcasters, distributors and independent producers in Europe as well as the US.

The company’s global client and partner base consists of producers, distributors, broadcasters and licensors including Walt Disney Group, Nickelodeon Animation Studios Inc., Universal Pictures, Marvel, BBC Group, M6/ France TV Group / TF-1 , ZDF TV and ZDFE Germany , ABC Australia and Turner Group.