After MoonScoop Group filed for administration in July 2013, Mike and Liz Young underwent a management buyout of MoonScoop Entertainment LLC (the former Mike Young Productions) and purchased the company back on February 3, 2014, rebranding as Splash Entertainment, LLC. The purchase included much of the Mike Young Productions catalog and MoonScoop productions made at the US studio, as well as full control of the Kabillion streaming service.
On January 15, 2016, the studio released their first theatrical film, Norm of the North, which got universally negative reviews and flopped at the box office. A few months later, the company was hired to produce three additional sequels to the film Alpha and Omega.
On June 13, 2022, Splash announced a joint-venture with Cyber Group Studios called CyberSplash Entertainment.
1st Logo (April 5, 2014-February 5, 2016)
Logo: Only just the still Splash Entertainment print logo on a off white background seen at the end of animated shows that are coming from (or produced by or distributed by) the latter company.
Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show.
Availability: Can be seen on later episodes of Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch, season 4 of Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures, as well as Care Bears and Cousins.
2nd Logo (January 15, 2016-)
Logo: We start out on a light blue background, then the camera zooms out to reveal that there is an "S" in a bubble. The other letters in bubbles from the word "Splash" come together on a grey burst with "Entertainment" under the word "Splash". The whole logo is on water, and ripples come out of the water after the logo is finished forming.
- A prototype version exists.
- On TV shows like Kulipari: An Army of Frogs, Kulipari: DreamWalker, and We're Lalaloopsy, the logo is sped up.
- A rare variant of the prototype version of this logo exists where the text:
All Rights Reserved
NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION
in a Century Gothic Bold font being placed on the bottom of the screen. This was done in order to avoid any distribution arrangements.
- On Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure, one of the lemmings from the franchise swims laps around the logo.
Technique: CGI animation done by Double Plus Good and Jonathan Winbush.
Music/Sounds: A majestic orchestral fanfare is used on movies, while TV shows use twinkling throughout the logo, bubbling and whooshing when the bubbles are floating, and splashing when the logo is formed. Otherwise, it's the opening/ending theme of the movie/show.
Availability: Seen on Norm of the North and its' sequels, the rest of the Dive Olly Dive! movies, All I Want for Christmas is You (film), Rock Dog 2: Rock Around the Park, as well as the last three Alpha and Omega movies, Kulipari: An Army of Frogs, Kulipari: DreamWalker, and We're Lalaloopsy.