A quick snapshot of some comics-related news from across the web… • ITV launched season three of Thunderbirds Are Go on CITV and ITV earlier this year, and the launch weekend saw really strong ratings. Steve Green, EVP Kids Content and Distribution at ITV Studios Global Entertainment has revealed there is a new toy lineContinue reading Tube Surfing: new Thunderbirds are Go toy line in the works, Joy of the Rovers and Deadpool (2)!
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has announced that the first annual International Thunderbirds Day will take place on 30th September 2017, providing fans all over the world with a date to mark their love of the original Thunderbirds TV series as well as its new-generation revival Thunderbirds Are Go. The iconic British TV series first aired inContinue reading First Annual Thunderbirds Day Announced
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has teamed with Kuato Studios, producers of Code Warriors and Dino Tales, to develop a story-telling game app based on Thunderbirds Are Go. Scheduled for release in early 2018, the app will be available on iOS and Android. The new app launch follows the recent success of Parker’s Driving Challenge, anContinue reading Thunderbirds Are Go story-telling game app announced, due for release next year
The second season of Thunderbirds Are Go – launching on CITV in October – will get a special BAFTA Kids TV Preview on Saturday (1st October) in London. The preview of the new season will followed by a Q&A with the cast and creative team behind the show, including the show’s composers Ben and Nick Foster, voice artist Sandra DickinsonContinue reading Thunderbirds land at BAFTA, London this weekend, some tickets still on sale
Just like the original, Thunderbirds Are Go looks set to gain a cult following in Japan, after news broke that the Tokyo-based production and distribution company, the Tohokushinsha Film Corporation has acquired the Japanese television and licensing rights for the new series. Produced by ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures in association with Weta Workshop,Continue reading Thunderbirds Are… Going Japanese!