“This channel is a labour of love for the Rolling Stone staff and is an opportunity not just to bring our brand of storytelling to new audiences, but make them a part of the story,” said Executive Producer Christopher Cruz.
“We look forward to growing the licensing program with thoughtful partnerships that excite fans and introduce his brand ethos to new admirers alike,” said Licensing Haüs’ Maria Alcaide.
New streaming service will also house live-action Dora the Explorer and The Fairly OddParents shows, as well as a CG reboot of Rugrats.
Fashion design graduate Lucy showcased her winning collection at London Fashion Week and her MTV range is now available to buy at River Island.
The firm is also launching Create Your Potato Head Family this Fall, a new play-set that allows kids to imagine and create their own Potato Head family.
Adidas debuts licensed line of sustainable footwear featuring the likes of Kermit, Yoda and The Incredible Hulk
Other characters in the Stan Smith range include Toy Story’s Rex, Monsters Inc’s Mike and Peter Pan’s Tinkerbell.
“This is a thrilling partnership for Fabergé, as it sees us continuing our legacy of creating unique and collectable objects, bridging the gap between historic legacy and modern-day heirlooms,” said Fabergé’s Josina von dem Bussche-Kessell.
Ghibli Park will boast a replica of the castle from Howl’s Moving Castle, as well as an area inspired by Princess Mononoke.
“It’s an honour to sign the first ever llama and LEGO minifigure to a global record deal,” said Luke Armitage, VP of Marketing at Astralwerks.
The launch celebrates the takeover of Wrexham AFC by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney – who also own Aviation Gin.