Apple Has Announced to Produce New Snoopy, Peanuts Cartoon Series

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Now Apple will introduce a new animated sequence starring Snoopy and the Peanuts gang. This is produced by the late American cartoonist Charles Schulz. He created this for its own video platform said by the source close said on Friday, endorsing the press reports. This big contract was attainted by Apple in a highly competitive market. This is done along with the expense of other applicants, with the Canadian group DHX Media, which holds around 80% of the rights of Snoopy and Peanuts.

DHX has bought this at a stake along with the rights to Peanuts gang member Peppermint Patty, for $345 million in the year 2017. The promise is for DHX to introduce a new animated sequence which was very specials and short packages around the Peanuts gang along with a bunch of kids with the dog Snoopy. The Canadian group is in the process of creating an educational program which includes the Peanuts gang, solely for the Apple.

An agreement was done in- between Apple and DHX Media. It is another example of the Apple brand’s ambition which leads to the launch and announcement by several media in the upcoming year, 2019. It also introduced its own video-on-demand facility contribution to exclusive content. Till date, the video which is available on the iTunes platform was introduced by third parties and became handy one by one but not as a subscription.

Schulz wrote and explained that the Peanuts cartoon band started in the year 1950. The final strip became famous in newspapers one day after his death in February 2000, according to the Charles M. Schulz Museum.

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