Bento Box Entertainment is a leading producer of primetime animation for broadcast and cable networks, along with home entertainment and multimedia platforms. While working on a variety of special projects, Bento Box has four series currently in production: the Emmy-nominated “Bob’s Burgers,” “Brickleberry” (executive produced by Daniel Tosh), “Out There” (soon to be seen on IFC), and “The Awesomes,” co-written by SNL’s Seth Meyers and to be airing on Hulu this summer.
Bento Box has worked with FOX, 20th Century Fox Television, Sony Television, 20th Television, Adult Swim, MTV, Comedy Central, HBO, Lionsgate, Konami, and other major studios and networks.
With studios in Burbank and North Hollywood, California, along with Atlanta, Georgia, Bento Box currently employs over 120 artists and production staff. Bento Box’s proven experience and relationships with leading writers, producers, animators and content creators enables the company to develop and produce innovative projects for a wide range of broadcast and cable networks as well as other distribution platforms.
Bento Box Entertainment (BBE) and National Geographic Kids (NG Kids) have formalized an agreement to co-manage and program a three-hour Saturday morning block of Spanish-language programming on MundoFOX, the newly launched Spanish-language domestic broadcast network. The content is EI (educational and informational) compliant. It expands the original pact between the National Geographic Society and MundoFOX to brand the three-hour EI block “National Geographic Kids.” BBE and NG Kids will be partners in the venture.
NG Kids is providing over 70 hours of Spanish-language programming as well as the use of the NG Kids brand and the expertise of its creative team. BBE will bring project development, production services and creative direction to the deal. Together, BBE and NG Kids will manage and oversee all programming for the block and continue to build the content library through acquisitions and original productions.