Up to 60 jobs have been created at an Irish animation company after the BBC recommissioned a children's programme.
Twice Bafta-nominated Roy will run on CBBC for a third series.
The show is filmed as a fly on the wall "mockumentary" and follows Roy, an 11-year-old cartoon boy who lives in Ballyfermot, west Dublin, with a real family and real friends.
Created by Jam Media, it features Simon Delaney as Roy's taxi-driver dad, who stars alongside Cathy Belton, Martha Byrne, Scott Graham and Mark Lambert.
John Rice, chief executive of Jam Media, said: "The series and the character of Roy really seems to resonate with viewers in the UK, Ireland and beyond."