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PJ Masks – Producer Interview with Olivier Dumont

We talk to executive produce on the PJ Mask show airing on Disney. He talks about the show, along with interactive spin offs and even the possibility of it appearing in Disney Infinity.

PJ Masks is a colorful and inventive new CGI-animated series from Entertainment One (eOne) set to soar onto Disney Channel and Disney Junior on September 18 at 11 am. Disney, home to Marvel (arguably the place with the most recognizable superheroes in the world), has joined with eOne Family – home of preschool TV powerhouse Peppa Pig – to bring a whole new group of Superheroes to the House of Mouse – for Preschoolers.

PJ Masks is a colorful and inventive new CGI-animated series from Entertainment One set to soar onto Disney Junior on September 18. The premiere season features 52 eleven-minute episodes that follow 6-year-old Connor, Amaya and Greg, who transform into their dynamic superhero alter egos, Catboy, Owlette and Gekko, when they put on their pajamas at night and activate their special animal amulets. Together the three friends embark on action-packed capers, solving mysteries, having thrilling nighttime adventures and learning valuable life lessons all along the way.

With its distinctive look and laudable mission of helping kids discover their own unique “inner superhero,” PJ Masks has all the right stuff to empower preschoolers and be a real hit with today’s families. Young viewers will love the show’s courageous, instantly-endearing characters combined with its focus on adventure and discovery. And their parents and caregivers will appreciate PJ Masks’ emphasis on the importance of friendship and teamwork along with imaginative play and creative problem-solving the PJ Masks way – without the “kapows” and “thwacks” found in other superhero shows!

PJ Masks is produced by Entertainment One (eOne), the company behind the worldwide hit Peppa Pig, and Frog Box in collaboration with the award-winning French animation studio TeamTO, along with Disney Junior and France 5. The show is based on French author Romuald Racioppo’s imaginative and striking picture book series “Les Pyjamasques.” A much-loved publishing property in its native France, where the books debuted in 2008, the series currently includes 15 titles with plans for two new releases every year.

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