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ZAG wins Choice Animated TV Show award for Ladybug and Cat Noir at 20th Teen Choice Awards

Global independent animation studio ZAG has picked up the Choice Animated TV Show award at the recent 20th Teen Choice Awards for its hit series ZAG Heroez Miraculous – Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir.

The show secured more votes than the likes of Family Guy, Rick and Morty and The Simpsons from teens across the US in the annual event that asks audiences to select their favourite movies, TV shows, video games, music and animated series.

“We are so thrilled that Miraculous has been chosen by fan vote as Choice Animated TV Show,” said Jeremy Zag, CEO and founder of ZAG. “I want to give a special thank you to my magical teams and incredible partners in Europe, USA, LATAM and Asia. We couldn’t have made it without their support.”

The Teen Choice Award complements numerous industry awards for the brand including Best License of the YEar and Best Entertainment Property at Spain’s 15th Licencias de Actualidad awards, Best Kids BRand at the Italian Licensing Awards and Kids’ Brand of the Year by ABRAL from the Brazilian Licensing Association.

Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir currently airs in over 120 countries worldwide and regualrly scores a number one ranking and lifts overall network ratings with key broadcast partners such as Netflix and KidsClickTV in the US, Disney EMEA and Latin America, France’s TF1, UK’s POP, Italy’s Super and Brazil’s Gloob. 

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