LazyTown stands stronger than ever. The company's relatives are big-hearted and seem to have every reason to be optimistic about the business in the coming years. "We have just become part of the Turner group, which in turn is part of Time Warner. Those agreements were finalized late 2011, and the purpose, among other things, to bring on board an owner who has the right distribution channels," say...
The TV series Lazytown premiered in the United States last week and had the most views of all children’s content – for children between the ages of 2 and 11 – in its first days of airing.
A total of 10 million people watched last week’s shows on children’s television station Nick Jr. and no new show has received as many views on the station in the last four years, according to an announcement from LazyTown’s relatives in Iceland.
The episodes are the brainchild of Magnús Scheving and he also plays the role of Sportacus. But it was not only children who appreciated Sportacus, Stephanie, Robbie Rotten and all the other residents of LazyTown, because the shows had the highest viewership among women between the ages of 18 and 49 all summer on Nick Jr.
Dagblaðið Vísir – 191st issue, Page 8
LazyTown still in Garðabær
It is estimated that ten million people watched episodes of LazyTown that premiered in the United States this week. LazyTown’s popularity is such that the Paramount Cinema has shown interest in making a film about the Sports Elf from Iceland and his many friends.
LazyTown is the largest film project in the Nordic countries this year. If there are agreements, the film studio that was set up in Garðabær to record the episodes will have an ongoing role. The Skemman building had been empty for a long time before it was turned into Studio LazyTown in Garðabær.
Sunday, August 29, 2004 – MORGUNBLAÐIÐ
LazyTown is gaining ground in the United States
The TV series about Latibær, LazyTown, premiered in the United States last week. There was a lot of interest in this new children’s show. No episode received more views among children aged 2 to 11 years.
A total of 10 million people watched the shows last week. The episodes were shown on children’s television station Nick Jr. No new show has received as many views on the station in the last four years.
It is Magnús Scheving who created the episodes. He also plays the role of Sportacus. But it was not only children who appreciated Sportacus, Stephanie, Robbie Rotten and all the other inhabitants of LazyTown. The shows were the most watched among women aged 18 to 49 all summer at Nick Jr.