Cartoon Network Brazil Irmão do Jorel New Episodes 2nd January

Cartoon Network Brazil Irmão do Jorel New Episodes 2nd January

Cartoon Network Brazil Irmão do Jorel New Episodes 2nd January

Cartoon Network Brazil will be airing new episodes of Irmão do Jorel (English title: Jorel’s Brother, Spanish title: Hermano de Jorel) from Monday 2nd January at 8.30pm. The show is loosely based and inspired upon Juliano Enrico’s (the show’s creator) life as a child while growing up with his family. The titular character of the show is nameless and is only referred to “Jorel’s Brother”, as he is overshadowed by the fame and popularity of his older brother. “Jorel’s Brother” is a shy kid and lives with his eccentric family that goes on surreal and nonsensical adventures. The show is animated by Brazilian animation studio – Copa Studio.

The animated show is exclusive to Brazil and the rest of Latin America and is one of Cartoon Network Latin America’s co-productions, alongside the upcoming Oswaldo series about a 12-year old penguin living as a human boy in Rio de Janeiro. Oswaldo is animated by Birdo Studio, known for the Rio 2016 Olympics ‘Vinicius e Tom, Divertidos por Natureza’ (Vinicius and Tom, Funny by Nature) animated shorts series. The two shows are examples of continued local animation investment by Cartoon Network in the Latin American region and were also developed to meet Brazilian ANCINE production quotas.

The promo for Irmão do Jorel signifies a possible Dimensional rebrand at the start of January as it uses the endboard from the new graphics package. Cartoon Network’s Latin America feeds rebranded to Check It 4.0 nearly one year ago on Monday 4th January 2016.

Cartoon Network Latin America Viewing Ratings Success In The First Half Of 2015

Cartoon Network Latin America Viewing Ratings

According to Brazilian TV viewing rating company IBOPE and ANMTV, Cartoon Network Latin America was the most popular channel for children aged between 4-11 years old in Chile, Mexico and Peru. Cartoon Network Brazil was also the most popular children’s channel for this age group. In Argentina, Cartoon Network was the most watched children’s channel for ages 4-11 years old for the second quarter of 2015. Cartoon Network viewing ratings have been helped thanks to American productions such as Regular Show and Adventure Time, European productions such as The Amazing World of Gumball and local productions such as Irmão do Jorel/Hermano de Jorel/Jorel’s Brother, Turma da Mônica/Monica y su Pandilla/Monica’s Gang and A-CQ/La CQ/The CQ. Also special features such as Outra Semana no Cartoon/Otra Semana en Cartoon/Another Week in Cartoons also attracted viewers.

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