Amazon Studios — the media arm of the retail giant which looks to develop commercially viable feature films and episodic series — has announced that it has optioned another two children’s series, adding to the three comedies and one children’s show it selected back in June.

Both Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street and Javi and the Treehouse Club have been added to Amazon Studios’ development slate, awarding the creators $10,000 in options. As a result, both will be turned into a TV series that will be distributed through the company’s digital video streaming service, Amazon Instant Video.

via the next web and Hollywonk.com

 

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