Variety reports that Mexican network Televisa has acquired the TV broadcast rights to the 'Fantastic Four' animated show.
Multinational shingle Taffy Entertainment announced Tuesday that Mexico's top broadcaster Televisa has purchased free TV rights on two of its children's programs, "Growing Up Creepie" and superhero series "The Fantastic Four."
The "Fantastic Four" action-comedy series is based on the classic Marvel comic book series featuring Mr. Fantastic, The Thing, The Invisible Girl and The Human Torch battling various baddies.
The series is co-produced by MoonScoop and Marvel, with the participation of Cartoon Network Europe and Gallic TV broadcaster M6.
Taffy Entertainment has distribution rights outside the U.S., with Marvel handling U.S. TV and subsequent DVD distribution rights and worldwide merchandising.