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Notable franchises from CinéGroupe include: What's with Andy?, The Kids from Room 402, and Pig City (all aired on the former Fox Family Channel banner); the computer-animated Tripping the Rift (on the Sci-Fi Channel); and PBS' Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat. With Sony Wonder, it has produced Mega Babies (also aired on Fox Family), as well as a direct-to-video feature, Lion of Oz (a prequel to both the L. Frank Baum work, and the 1939 movie). In the 2000s, the company produced the animation for a sequel to the 1981 cult classic Heavy Metal for Columbia TriStar Home Video titled Heavy Metal 2000, shown on the Starz family of networks in the U.S. and on Teletoon in Canada from 2001 onwards. In 2004, it made Pinocchio 3000, a sci-fi retelling of the Carlo Collodi tale. Galidor, a live-action fantasy series for teenagers, has also been produced by the company. The company also cooperated with MGA Entertainment in the creation of Bratz: Starrin' and Stylin', a 2-D animated direct-to-video movie based on MGA's Bratz line of fashion dolls.
Cinégroupe is currently co-producing Tshakapesh, a 2D animated series based on an Innu legend, which has aired on APTN and Radio-Canada since the fall of 2018. Two edutainment IPs are currently being developed by CinéGroupe, aiming at raising awareness about water preservation and environmental protection. CinéGroupe is also eyeing reboots and revitalization of their classic properties. Another new series, Splish Splash (alternatively called Splish & Splash), has been announced, along with one focusing on treating migranes.
CinéGroupe is currently partnered with HG Distribution (Henry Gagnon Distribution) for the distribution of its library. However, only a portion of CinéGroupe's catalogue is listed for distribution by HG. Several notable titles such as Bad Dog, Daft Planet, and The Tofus are missing, as are live action series, such as Big Wolf on Campus.
- Team SOS (unknown, co-production with Revensburger Film + TV)
- Ovide and the Gang (1987–1988, co-production with Odec Kid Cartoons)
- Sharky & George (1990–1992, co-production with Label 35)
- The Little Flying Bears (1990–1991, co-production with Zagreb Film)
- Zoe and Charlie (1994, co-production with Tele Images)
- Sea Dogs: Adventures on the Seven Seas (1995)
- The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo (1996, co-production with Tele Images and Astral Media)
- Saban's Princess Sissi (1997–1998, co-production with Saban Entertainment and Saban International Paris)
- Bad Dog (1998–2000, co-production with Saban Entertainment)
- Kit and Kaboodle (1998, co-production with Cambum and One Entertainment)
- The Secret World of Santa Claus (1998, Co-production with Marathon Media)
- Mega Babies (1999–2000, co-production with Landmark Entertainment Group and Sony Wonder)
- Big Wolf on Campus (1999–2002, co-production with Saban Entertainment)
- The Kids from Room 402 (2000–2001, co-production with Saban Entertainment)
- Wunschpunsch (2000, co-production with Saban Entertainment and Saban International Paris)
- Jim Button (2000–2001, co-production with Saban Entertainment. Saban International Paris, ARD/DEGETO and EM.TV)
- What's with Andy? (2001–2007, co-production with Saban Entertainment (season 1) and SIP Animation (season 2))
- Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat (2001–2002, co-production with Sesame Workshop and Industrial FX Productions)
- Edward (2002)
- Pig City (2002–2004)
- Galidor (2002, co-production with Tom Lynch Company and The Lego Group)
- Daft Planet (2002)
- Seriously Weird (2002, co-production with Granada Kids)
- Tripping the Rift (2004–2007, co-production with Film Roman)
- 11 Somerset (2004)
- The Tofus (2004–2005, co-production with SIP Animation)
- Charlie Jade (2005)
- Tshakapesh (2018)
- Splish Splash
- Sharky & George
- Heavy Metal 2000 (2000, distributed by Columbia Tristar Home Video)
- Lion of Oz (2000, distributed by Lions Gate Films)
- Bratz: Starrin' & Stylin' (2004, co-production with MGA Entertainment and Toon City Animation, distributed by Lions Gate Home Entertainment)
- Pinocchio 3000 (2004, co-production with Filmax and Anima Kids, Distributed by Christal Films)
- L'oeil du loup (1998)
In 2002 and 2003, CinéGroupe developed some video games for the Game Boy Advance.
- Tom and Jerry in Infurnal Escape (2002, published by NewKidCo)
- Dora the Explorer: The Search for Pirate Pig's Treasure (2002, published by NewKidCo)
- Dora the Explorer: Super Spies (2003, published by Gotham Games)
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