Clan takes on BRB for the summer

Juan Fernandez Gonzalez | 08 July 2014

Summer is high season for kids' TV, so Spain's public network Clan TV is reinforcing its programming for July and August with several productions from BRB Internacional including the series Kambu produced by Screen 21, Bluepin and TVE.

The series, which consists of 52 seven-minute episodes, will be back on Clan's morning schedule from 14 July. The production is about the adventures of a dog living on an island with shocking rules.

Kambu is produced in HD and targets the youngest audience segment. It has achieved great success and was awarded by MIP JR Kids' Jury as the best pre-school series. Spanish publishing house Everest has launched a book series and more merchandise is expected on the market to take advantage of the series' success.

The series can be also watched via BRB's online player,, where games and other interactive activities are also available.

BRB has taken other successful series to TVE's children's channel, such as Invizimals, Filly Funtasia and the YouTube blockbuster Talking Tom and Friends.