Monday, July 19, 2010

Korean Animation Series "Metajets" is now at U.S. Cartoon Network

The Korean animation "Metajets," funded in part by the city of Seoul, made its U.S. debut on Cartoon Network on July 4. U.S. TV channels like CBS have broadcast several Korean animations before, but "Metajets" is the first for Cartoon Network, the biggest animation channel in the U.S.

The Metajets is one wonderful program that will keep the kids and adults engaged and offer a lot in terms of high speed entertainment and excitement. Metajets is all about high flying competitions and combating with the rival planes. The paramount place of aviation is emphasized in Metajets and kids will absolutely fall in love with the show. It is believed that the Cartoon Network is the ideal channel for launching Metajets since it is one of the major broadcasters of entertainment for children.

When it was broadcast in Korea in 2009, the series, comprised of 40 half-hour episodes, recorded the highest viewer ratings of any animation in the country. The Cookie Jar Group of Companies has high expectations from this show. The group is the leading global independent entertainment, consumer products and educational publishing group of companies.


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