The edutainment channel from the Zee network, ZeeQ, has acquired the rights to air 'Dinosaur Train' and 'Zou' in India.
The 24-hour channel targets children in the age group of 4-14 years and these shows cater to the pre-schoolers in India.
While Dinosaur Train is being aired Monday to Thursday at 4.30 pm, Zou will be aired Wednesday to Thursday at 2 pm, starting August 28.
The half-hour show, 'Dinosaur Train', features two animated episodes with a real palaeontologist interacting with kids who love to explore the world around them.
Meanwhile, 'Zou' is a French animated preschool series, which follows the adventure of a lovable 5-year-old Zebra. The show touches every theme of early childhood and aims to inculcate family values in children.
According to the channel, 'Zou' has been broadcasted in more than 140 territories and in 24 different languages around the world. The series became a worldwide success within a year of its telecast in the UK.
For the record, ZeeQ is a Zee Learn initiative that aims at preparing children for the 21st century through programmes and stories that educate, inform and build life skills - all in an engaging manner. It was launched in November, 2012 as a free to air channel but eventually became a subscription-based channel. The channel currently airs a mix of live-action and animated shows. Some of its prominent shows include Teenovation, Science with BrainCafé, Word Match and M.I. Four- The Multiple Intelligence Quiz.