Programs

  • Lily’s Drifwood Bay

    Format: S. 1 - 52 X 7' + S. 2 - 44 X 7' + 4 specials X 14'

    Synopsis:

    Lily is 5 years old and lives with her Dad in a little hut on the beach. Across the way is Driftwood Bay – the island that Lily can see from her window, and it is here that the characters that she has created from her imagination come to life. Every day the sea washes up a new treasure which sparks Lily’s imagination about what might be happening on Driftwood Bay. And so, accompanied by her best friend Gull, the clever seagull, an adventure begins as they go across the way to Driftwood Bay.


    Author: Colin Williams, Written by Sixteen South, Produced by Sixteen South - Ingenious - Northern Ireland Screen - Tonga Productions

    Copyright:

    Lily’s Driftwood Bay™ © Copyright Sixteen South Limited 2015
    Lily’s Driftwood Bay™ and Driftwood Bay® and logo, characters and elements are trademarks of Sixteen South Limited. All rights reserved


    Highlights:

    – Kika Germany has had extremely strong ratings. In the target demo of 3-5yrs it had a market share of nearly 50%, the highest being 68.13% during the summer of 2015. A great story given the Euros and summer scheduling. Season 2 has been picked up.

    – Nick Jr UK consistently reported that Lily S.1 was in their top 5 series sitting alongside Peppa Pig and Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. Season 2 has been picked up.

    – Sprout found the series in their top 3 over consecutive weeks for kids 2-5yrs during the Season 1 run. It increased its viewers year on year between 2014 and 2015 by the following age-groups- households with kids- 26%, kids 2-5 years- 9%, women 18-49 years- 50% and performed very strongly on their VOD platform. Season 2 has been picked up.

    – ABC Australia reported that it was one of the Channel Group’s top shows across all free to air platforms regularly in the top 5 (and indeed no.1 spot) competing against series like Peppa Pig, Ben and Holly, Octonauts, Chuggington, Humf, Pocoyo and their local hit Giggle and Hoot.


    Sales:

    Broadcasters: TV3 in Spain, Channel 5 in UK, Nick Jr. in UK, PBS Kids Sprout in USA, Piwi + in France, KiKa in Germany, RTE Jr. in Ireland, SVT in Sweden, NRK in Norway, MTV3 in Finland, ABC in Australia, TVNZ in New Zeeland, Hop in Israel, RTB in Brunei


    Others:

    Awards:

    Best Pre-school Programme – Broadcast Awards – 2015
    Best Animated Series – Chicago International Film Festival Television Awards (Hugos) – 2015
    Golden Eagle – Cine Awards – 2015
    Best Music & Sound Design – Irish Animation Awards – 2015
    Best Pre-school Programme – BANFF Rockie Awards (finalist) – 2015
    Best Children’s Programme – Bulldog Awards (finalist) – 2015
    Parent’s Choice Recommended Award – 2015
    Common Sense Media ‘Best of’ & 5* review – 2015


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