MysticArt Pictures and WonderWorks Entertainment are expanding their projects and series in the kids and family space. We are celebrating the recent premiere of MysticArt Pictures original series Meet the Putmans, a docu-series starring a three-generational family living under one roof. Meet the Putmans is currently airing on TLC Mondays at 10/9c and is a celebration of the modern definition of family and the reinvention of the American Dream.
It has been so rewarding working hand in hand with cable, broadcast, and digital platforms to bring more family-friendly content to a global audience. Our slate of kids projects ignited this year with over 130 episodes of kids content. We would love to thank our friends at Nickelodeon, Universal Television, Stone & Co, ITV, and FremantleMedia for asking us to join them in fueling their programming with stellar talent. We also had the pleasure of working with Netflix and Dick Clark Productions on the upcoming series A Little Help with Carol Burnett, coming to Netflix worldwide in 2018.
ABC’s The Toy Box premiered this year and is already returning for a second season with host Eric Stonestreet and a panel of kid judges, premiering on October 1st at 7 PM.
We love working with kids and families and have truly carved out a niche in this space as packagers and developers of family-friendly content with an emphasis on docu-series and talent-driven formats. MysticArt and our newly-launched subsidiary WonderWorks Entertainment maintain development slates with a focus on aspirational and inspirational programming, and we are moving new projects into active production alongside some of the industry’s most sought-after showrunners and creatives. We are relentlessly optimistic that if you believe something is wonderful, anything is possible.
For more about MysticArt Pictures and WonderWorks, visit our website at www.mysticartpictures.com.