The Cool School is a dynamic sketchkom for students of all ages and their parents. Each episode tells us about daily life of pupils and teachers.
Amedia is one of the biggest Russian producers of television films, series and programs. Amedia was founded in 2002 by Russian producer Alexandår Akopov with Len Blavatnik, American industrialist and investor in a number of media and digital assets worldwide, joining as a senior partner in 2005. The company’s annual production volume is over 200 hours of content in various genres – dramas, mysteries, thrillers, romantic comedies and sitcoms.
Amedia pioneered industrial methods of TV drama production in Russia and was the first to launch coproduction with major Hollywood studios. Romantic drama series "Poor Anastasia," the first project produced by the company, had great success in Russia and was sold to 25 countries across the world.
The company’s library includes about 3000 hours of content and nearly 70 titles. The first Russian sitcom My Fair Nanny, romantic drama series Don´t Be Born Beautiful and Tatiana´s Day, supernatural thriller The Closed School and others are among the best known company’s hit shows.
Amedia is a multiple winner of the TEFI, Russian Television Academy Awards.
The company has built a 40,000 square meters, 16-stage full-cycle production facility by renovating a former factory in the center of Moscow.
Amedia started broadcast operations in 2011 with the launch of Amedia branded basic cable/satellite TV channel in Russia and CIS.