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New 3D CGI Animated TV series  

Peyo’s beloved characters are making a high profile TV comeback in a brand new dynamic 3D version of this perennial favourite. Building on pure Smurf DNA from the comic books, this new series for girls and boys will take the charm and wacky comedy of the original to even greater heights, fitting in perfectly with today’s faster-paced world.
We’ll be presenting original stories with more complex characters, snappier dialogue, joyful anarchy and irresistible global appeal for a contemporary audience. This will be an explosive package full of adventure and humour!

104 episodes / 11 minutes / 3D CGI

Classic 2D animated TV series

After decades of continued successful broadcasting across all platforms, the animated series developed by Hanna Barbera in the 80s has undoubtedly become an evergreen classic. Recent digital remastering brings the exciting and magical adventures of the cheerful little blue characters to today’s audiences. With dubbed versions available in more than 40 languages, the classic Smurfs TV series offers hours of timeless entertainment for the whole family.

9 seasons / 272 episodes / 24 minutes / HD 16:9



The Smurfs and the Magic Flute

A magic flute has disappeared from the Smurf village and found its way into the hands of the knight Johan and his companion Peewit. But disaster strikes when the villain Oilycreep gets his hands on the flute and starts using it to carry out his dirty deeds. Will the Smurfs save the day? The film is dubbed in 20 languages.

70 minutes / HD 16:9

From the world of Peyo to Planet Smurf

The documentary retraces how Pierre Culliford became Peyo, the author and the artist. His work and characters, from Johan & Peewit and the Smurfs to Benny Breakiron and Pussycat, are all explored by his family, close friends, former colleagues and critics. It also features the American team who created the Sony Pictures blockbuster hit “The Smurfs” in 3D.

52 minutes / HD 16:9


The audiovisual success of the blue creatures exploded onto the big screen in 2011 with the worldwide release of a first live-action/computer-animated movie The Smurfs, produced by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation.
A second motion picture entitled The Smurfs 2 was released in 2013.
In Spring 2017, our favourite characters spoiled us again with a totally new feature-length
animated CGI (Computer-Generated Imagery) adventure entitled Smurfs - The Lost Village.

Watch the trailers


Sing with the Smurfs

The Smurfs have brought out cover versions of all the greatest international hit songs including No Limit by 2 Unlimited, Macarena, Alors on danse by Stromae, etc.

The albums are produced by major music labels such as Sony, Universal and Warner.

The Smurfs won 2 Emmy Awards


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