Hulu, looking to cater to the 6-and-under set — or, more accurately, their parents — inked a deal with Disney-ABC Television Group giving the Internet-streaming service exclusive subscription video-on-demand rights to Disney Junior’s acclaimed animated series “Doc Mc Stuffins.” Also covered under the multiyear agreement are exclusive SVOD rights to the cabler’s “Bunnytown” series, as well as non-exclusive rights to all episodes of “Handy Manny.” The deal underscores the importance of kidvids in the SVOD space, as both Netflix and Amazon have boosted their original and exclusive kids’ programming recently.Each of the three titles will be made available to stream commercial-free within the Hulu Kids section.
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“‘Doc Mc Stuffins’ is one of the best shows for young children, and it hails from one of the top brands in children’s programming.” Emmy-nominated “Doc Mc Stuffins,” about a 6-year-old girl who takes care of her stuffed animals and toys, is created and executive-produced by Chris Nee (writer on “Little Bill” and producer of “Deadliest Catch”) and directed by Norton Virgien (“Rugrats”).
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