Monday 27th July 2020



London, Paddington, 27th July 2020. Fans across the world can enjoy a variety of family-friendly fun with exclusive videos, playlists, channels and discussion. Paddington will feature in all his guises; from the best-selling and internationally adored series of children's stories by British author Michael Bond, Paul King's Paddington Films 1 & 2 produced by STUDIOCANAL and multi-award-winning Heyday Films.

The channels are the go-to online destination for fans of Paddington around the world, with exciting new videos uploaded every week. Content will include clips, compilations, behind-the-scenes footage and a special read along with Paddington series launched by Hugh Bonneville (Paddington 1 & 2) who reads an extract from Paddington's "Trouble at the Launderette". 

STUDIOCANAL Group CEO Anna Marsh comments "Paddington is such a beloved brand for everyone at STUDIOCANAL and Copyrights Group. It has been such a thrill to see the Paddington films and recently launched TV series embraced by audiences worldwide. It's a complete joy to quickly return to the warm, friendly, chaotic world of Paddington with our Dailymotion and YouTube channels. It is our ambition to ensure our content is worthy of this most exceptional bear." 

Sophie Kopaczynski, Copyrights Group CEO adds "At Copyrights, we are thrilled to be able to offer Paddington fans a friendly and kid safe destination to gather around for the very best Paddington content. Thanks to the great films produced by STUDIOCANAL, plus additional innovative material being created, our aim is to bring to our channels content which encapsulates Paddington's characteristics of fun and kindness! We hope you enjoy it."

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