Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go | Source: Mattel Television

The train keeps rolling for Mattel Television‘s Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go.

Mattel inked a host of new distribution deals that will extend the reimagining of the classic brand into new markets around the globe.

In the new, 2D animated series, stories are told from Thomas’ point of view. It’s a complete overhaul that presents the world of Thomas in a manner that new generations of fans can connect with.

“In addition to Thomas being more playful and relatable than ever before, the stories in Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go resonate with kids everywhere today,” says Fred Soulie, senior vice president and general manager, Mattel Television.

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Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go airs on Cartoon Network in the U.S. and Treehouse in Canada. The series will make its Netflix debut in the U.S. on Oct. 29.

The newly inked global distribution deals include Nick Jr. (UK), WarnerMedia (EMEA), TF1 (France), Noga (Israel), WarnerMedia (LATAM), and FPT TV (Vietnam). Additionally, the series airs through the following existing partners: Milkshake (UK), Televisa (Mexico), TV Cultura (Brazil), Nickelodeon (Greece), Puls (Poland), NHK (Japan), Tooniverse (S. Korea), BesTV and Tencent (China).

Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go is produced by Mattel Television in partnership with Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana.