Spin Master Entertainment Brings Tenkai Knights to Teletoon Canada

TenkaiKnightsTenkai Knights, a new animated TV show, premiered on the Canadian channel Teletoon on September 29. New episodes will air on Sundays.

Tenkai Knights will feature 52 episodes, webisodes, an interactive website, as well an extensive toy line. The plot revolves around characters Guren, Ceylan, Chooki, and Toxsa, who accidentally stumble into an inter-dimensional portal and are ripped through space and time.

Spin Master Entertainment is responsible for distributing the Tenkai Knights broadcast in North and South America, while Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions Co. Ltd. will distribute the broadcast in Asian territories and Viz Media Europe will distribute Tenkai Knights in EMEA territories.

A2E2 Reveals “Rainbow Valley Heroes”

A Squared Elxsi Entertainment LLC (A2E2), introduces Rainbow Valley Heroes, an animated series that serves as the company’s first preschool property. In addition to creating new episodes, A2E2 also intends to spawn new toys, digital entertainment products, games, apparel, books, and additional branded merchandise.

The series follows the adventures of a fun-loving fleet of rescue trucks. Featuring colorful stories told through vibrant CGI animation, the show introduces engaging characters with big personalities. Fire Chief Rusty and Pam the Paramedic  join forces with Lieutenant Lonnie and Major Mia to lead their teams on a series of adventures. These adventures teach kids about the value of friendship, sharing, and working hard at school, while educating toddlers on subjects such as recycling, telling the time, and problem solving.

This post was originally written by Lindsay Gordon and published by ToyBook.com. For more news, visit www.toybook.com, follow The Toy Book on Twitter, and like The Toy Book on Facebook. The Toy Book is a bimonthly trade magazine covering the toy industry, published by Adventure Publishing Group.