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LTS Garðbær Studios

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LTS Garðbær Studios
LazyTown Entertainment
PredecessorsApolostefanisson Enterprises
Lazy Shows
Founded2003; 18 years ago (2003)
FoundersMagnús Scheving
Guðmundur Þór Kárason
Raymond P. Le Gué
Ragnheiður Melsteð
Headquarters,
ProductsLazyTown
OwnerWarner Bros. Television Studios Nordics
(WarnerMedia)
DivisionsWit Puppets
Le Gué Enterprises BV

LTS Garðbær Studios (also known as LazyTown Entertainment) is a studio located in Garðabær, Iceland, which succeeded Lazy Shows (founded in 1992). The studio's productions included television series LazyTown.[1] The studio was founded in 2003 by Magnús Scheving and his partners Guðmundur Þór Kárason, Raymond P. Le Gué and Ragnheiður Melsteð. In 2011, Turner Broadcasting System acquired LTS and in 2014 Turner moved the studio to the UK.[2] LTS owns Wit Puppets and the creative studio from Le Gué Enterprises BV. As of 2019 the rights to the LazyTown brand are owned by Warner Bros. through its International Television Nordics unit.

Productions

Lazy Shows

  • Afram Latibær! (1996)
  • Glanni Glæpur Í Latibæ (1999)

Wit

  • Glanni Glæpur Í Latibæ (1999)
  • Old Latibær commercials (Early 2000s)
  • LazyTown (2004-2014)
  • LazyTown Extra (2008)

Lazy Town Entertainment

LTS

  • Sprout's Super Sproutlet Show (2012)

Sources

  1. ^ "Latibær rís í Garðabæ" (in Icelandic). Fréttablaðið. 28 March 2004. p. 25.
  2. ^ "Latibær til Bretlands - Magnús hættir" (in Icelandic). RÚV. 30 May 2014.
This page was last edited on 18 January 2021, at 17:28
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