July 15, 2019

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Rabbids Invasion Now Available on Netflix

After successful collaborations with iQiyi, TV Tokyo, and Disney XD Japan, Ubisoft Film and Television in Paris is bringing its wildly successful animated series, Rabbids Invasion, to Netflix thanks to a new deal.

Rabbids Invasion, Ubisoft Film and Television's first major foray into an animated series, is currently in its fourth season, the last of which is now readily available via Netflix in over 20 languages. The series, developed in-house at the Ubisoft Film and Television division in Paris, has garnered more than 3.4 billion views. Its addition to Netflix takes the series into several new territories.

"We are super-excited to bring the Rabbids' antics to millions of new viewers, thanks to Netflix's ever-growing presence all over the world," said Helene Juguet, managing director of the Ubisoft Film and Television division in Paris. "We have been so thrilled at the universal success of the Rabbids, who were able to crack kids (and parents) up in countries as culturally different as Japan, Greece, China, and France. We can't wait to see how the rest of the world welcomes our outrageous and daring characters!"

A one-hour Rabbids Invasion TV special is currently in development for release after season four.

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