Globo brings kids show Brainiacs to MENA

The first season of the Brainiacs show is airing on the Nat Geo Kids Abu Dhabi channel.
Brainiacs tells the story of a 12-year-old student who discovers his passion for robotics while attending a special school.
Brainiacs tells the story of a 12-year-old student who discovers his passion for robotics while attending a special school.

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Gloob, the children's TV arm of Brazil's Globo Group has struck a deal for the first season of 'Brainiacs' to air across the Middle East and North Africa. The deal will see the kids edutainment program air on the Fox Networks Group-owned National Geographic Kids Abu Dhabi channel.

Brainiacs tells the story of a 12-year-old student who discovers his passion for robotics while attending a special school. The first season of the 26×26-minute show is airing on the Nat Geo Kids Abu Dhabi channel.

The show is directed by Marcelo Cordeiro and Jeferson De, and produced by Hugo Janeba, Michel Tikhomiroff, Fábio Quinterio, Joāo Daniel Tikhomiroff, and Eliane Ferreira. 

Filmed in 4K quality the show is coproduction by Gloob and Mixer Films based in Brazil. The first season of Brainiacs is also available on Globoplay, the Globo Group’s video on demand streaming platform.

Gloob's show has also been picked up to air in Angola and Mozambique as per media reports.

Gloob is the first channel for kids in Brazil, currently at 3rd place in the competitive Brazilian market. Gloob belongs to Globo Group, the largest entertainment company in Latin America and market leader in Brazil.

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