Specializing in children’s entertainment, Splash Entertainment is an innovator, developer, and producer of original animated television series and movies with brands that are implemented across all media. The company’s library (over 700 half hours) contains content airing in more than 180 territories worldwide. In partnership with Magic Carpet Productions, Splash Entertainment has just a smash hit on Amazon Mariah Carey’s 1st feature length animated motion picture All I Want for Christmas is You™ in partnership with Universal 1440 Entertainment, a production entity of Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Among Splash Entertainment’s key brands licensed and produced by their talented animation production staff include: Chloe’s Closet®, Dive Olly Dive!®, Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch®, as well as their first animated family feature film Norm of the North®. With PBS and Scholastic we produced all of the “Clifford Bog Red Dog” series and feature film with Warner Bros., “Jakers the Adventures of Piggly Winks” both multi_ Emmy and Emmy nominated shows. Splash Entertainment’s newest productions include the second season of the Netflix Original Series Kulipari®, three more full length features in partnership with Dream Factory and Lionsgate based on the Norm of the North® film and three 45 minute specials in the Alpha and Omega franchise. As a production company hired by major studios, Splash has produced animated series for a number of high profile brands, such as Care Bears™, Lalaloopsy™, Strawberry Shortcake™, Bratz®, Zhu Zhu Pets®, Clifford The Big Red Dog™, He-Man Masters of the Universe™ and just commencing production on two full feature film sequels for “Rock Dog” with Huey Entertainment, Lionsgate and Dream Factory. We have won thirteen Emmys two British Academy Awards and numerous other awards. We also own Kabillion a children’s AVOD Network now the largest of independent companies, received in sixty million Cable households on Comcast, Spectrum and all the major cable channels as well as on OTT on ROKU, Amazon, Apple, VUDU reaching another forty million TV homes. Fifteen million kid ( plus their passive captive parents) views a month and raising with an average view time of fifty two minutes