Deepa & Anoop has received an overwhelmingly positive response around the world, according to Christopher Keenan, Senior Vice President of Creative at Mattel Television, who believes the
heartwarming series is authentic and relatable to young audiences worldwide.
We have been lucky to work alongside best-in-class advisors and cultural consultants during every stage of Deepa & Anoop’s development and production,” says Keenan who hopes that young audiences around the world will find this delightful, heartwarming series as authentic as they do relatable. “We couldn’t be more proud or excited that Deepa & Anoop is Mattel’s first original, animated series, based on such a wonderfully original concept,” he adds. Providing more details on how the show has been performing globally, Keenan says that the reaction to the series has been overwhelmingly positive.
“Deepa & Anoop has only recently launched globally on Netflix and the second batch of episodes will be added within a month’s time. The reaction to the series has been overwhelmingly positive and we’re receiving extremely encouraging feedback from audiences all around the world. Kids love the characters, comedy, music, and richness of the animation, while parents and caregivers regularly applaud the show’s positive themes and inclusive storylines.”
Working with the series’ creators and co-creators, Munjal Shroff, Lisa Goldman, and Heather Kenyon, brought the best of the creative and production processes to the series. “Each of the three creators of Deepa & Anoop, along with our talented development and production teams, brought something unique to the creative and production process. This has truly been one of the most collaborative projects on which I’ve ever worked; the passion of the creators fueled every step of the process and shines through in every episode,” says the Senior Vice President of Creative at Mattel Television.
The reaction to the series has been overwhelmingly positive and we’re receiving extremely encouraging feedback from audiences all around the world. Kids love the characters, comedy, music, and richness of the animation
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