(ANSA) - ROME, NOV 30 - Berry Bees, an international co-production by Atlantyca with SLR Productions, Telegael eStudio Cosmos-Maya with the participation of Rai Ragazzi and NINENetwork, has been awarded as Best Kids Series of the Year at the 2020 Diversity Media Awards. the award ceremony took place last night in live streaming.
As indicated in the official motivation: "The prize is awarded based on a weighting between the votes cast by the public (via online voting) and the opinion of the Diversity commission. Berry Bees was not only the most popular kids series by the public, but was particularly also appreciated by the commission because with its three heroines nonstereotypical protagonists it tackles the themes of female empowerment and ethnicity in an original and highly innovative way, making it a unique product in the Italian market ".
The Diversity Media Awards, the "Oscars of inclusion", reward media content that stands out for the inclusive representation of gender and gender identity, sexual and emotional orientation, ethnicity, age and generations, disability.
Central themes also of the animated series Berry Bees, which stars three girls who lead a seemingly normal life, at least when they are not committed to saving the world on behalf of the B.IA (Bee Intelligence Agency), a secret agency that has chosen them for all those missions in which adult agents cannot intervene.
Aired on Rai Gulp, Berry Bees (52 episodes of 12 ') is a concentration of all the ingredients loved by girls and boys: action, adventure and secrets.
Whether it's protecting the coral reef from a mysterious submarine, or uncovering chiruba kids' secrets and posting them on a hugely popular social network, Berry Bees are always ready for action.
Tech-savvy and slightly nerdy Bobby, Lola, a skilled contortionist and acrobat, and Juliette, a talented mentalist actress, form the perfect trio when it comes to infiltrating the criminal's lair, discovering his plan and messing him up before he is too late.
The tutor strictly incognito.