The adorable fairy doors are already in one million houses worldwide, bringing smiles to the faces of kids across the globe.
The Dublin-based five-year-old company has signed a deal with the same firm and network that creates content for toy brands such as Fireman Sam, Curious George, Shopkins, and Ben 10.
The Canadian firm, DHX Media, along with the network WildBrain, are committed to bringing the magic of the Irish Fairy Door Company to life on screen.
The miniature fairy doors, which have been endorsed by Kourtney Kardashian, will be the subject of an engaging, inspiring children's animation series which will feature three to four mythical creatures.
Live action videos and a YouTube channel will also be created as part of the deal. In the past year, WildBrain has garnered over 25 billion views on its content which is specifically aimed towards toddlers and primary school-aged tots. According to the Irish Independent, the network also already has 50 million subscribers.
Niamh Barry, Director of Irish Fairy Door Company, said that the partnership with DHX was a "game changer" for the business.
“It has been a long time in the making and something that everyone has worked very hard on. We are absolutely over the moon that the deal is now done and the production can now begin.”
The Irish Fairy Door firm was only formed in Ireland in 2013 by Barry and Aoife Lawler with their husbands Oisin and Gavin.
“The sky is the limit when it comes to job creation, revenues and profits. All you have to do is walk in to any toy store in the world and you will see aisles and aisles of merchandise all based on animations for all ages. The market is enormous which we know will lead to massive sales in the coming years," Barry added.
The live action series is due in February 2019 and the animation circa July 2019.
Barry previously said that being given a nod by a member of the Kardashian clan helped boost awareness about the adorable doors in the US.
The Clondalkin-based firm had sent mother-of-three Kourtney the fairy door for her son, Mason, about a year previously before it randomly made an appearance on her social channels.
"If she had tagged us it would have been a complete game changer for us," Barry noted.
"Having said that, it gives us great bargaining power when we're sitting in front of retailers, particularly in the US, to say that the Kardashians have one of these, so from that point of view it's absolutely invaluable to us."
While Kardashian wasn't paid for the endorsement ("We're not in that position," Barry revealed) - exposure on that level is something that most small Irish businesses couldn't even put a price on.