There isn’t a kid alive (or big kid, commonly known as “adults” for that matter) who doesn’t wish for the power to transform. Artistic Image captured that fantasy, transforming it into a magnetic concept for a series of graphic-driven openings, teasers, and bumpers about a boy with the ability to morph into alien creatures.
Cartoon Network is ordering new seasons of the much-loved and hugely successful Monday night animated comedy series Adventure Time, Regular Show and MAD; it was announced today by Cartoon Network chief content officer Rob Sorcher.
Imira Entertainment, Spain’s leading production and distribution company specialising in youth programming, has signed a host of licensing and merchandising deals in Iberia for its hit brand Sandra, the Fairytale Detective as the 52x13’ show wins increasing audience share on Clan TV in Spain.
Zodiak Rights, the former rights divisions of RDF Media Group and Zodiak Entertainment, has inked an acquisition deal with THE ILLUMINATED FILM COMPANY for the hit preschool property LITTLE PRINCESS.
T.U.F.F. Puppy, the new action-packed animated comedy from Nicktoon hit-maker Butch Hartman (The Fairly OddParents), follows the hilarious escapades of Dudley Puppy (voiced by iCarly’s Jerry Trainor), an average canine who finds himself accidentally thrust into the role of secret agent for an underground crime-fighting organization.
Astral’s Playhouse Disney premieres the new animated series Stella and Sam on Sunday, January 9 at 10:30 a.m. ET.
Comedy Central has bought the rights to a new untitled animated anthology show from ShadowMachine, the producer of ROBOT CHICKEN and MORAL OREL, reports Deadline.com.
The Red Stick International Animation Festival has selected the finalists for its seven Best of the Fest film competition categories from among the record 437 films submitted this year.
Experience an all-new, spine-tingling adventure with SpongeBob, Patrick and the gang in the DVD premiere of SpongeBob SquarePants: Legends of Bikini Bottom, which bows on DVD ten weeks before its on-air premiere in January 2011.
Who needs eggnog and fruitcake when you can celebrate the holidays with Snoopy and Charlie Brown? Warner Home Video (WHV) unveils one of the most extensive Peanuts seasonal DVD sets to date with the release of Peanuts Holiday Collection Ultimate Collectors Edition, available November 16, 2010.
The first trailer for Walt Disney's upcoming hand-drawn feature WINNIE THE POOH has arrived on AWNtv.
SAG has reached agreements for basic cable live action, basic cable animation and television animation productions, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Rick DeMott chats with head writer and producer Kevin Shinick about bringing the iconic Mad magazine to the small screen.
FOX has renewed THE SIMPSONS, the longest-running comedy in television history, for an incredible 23rd season, bringing the series total to an impressive 515 episodes.
In February 2011, Disney Channel will debut Disney Junior, a new multiplatform brand devoted to children ages 2-7 and their families, it was announced today by Carolina Lightcap, president, Disney Channels Worldwide.
Hasbro Studios, the Los Angeles-based production and distribution division of Hasbro, Inc., has reached a comprehensive programming and marketing agreement with Canada's leading kids and family TV broadcaster, Corus Entertainment.
Leading kids’ and family entertainment specialist, CAKE has today announced it has secured the sale of FRESH TV’s animated surf comedy Stoked (26 x 22’) to KI.KA.
Jack Black and writer Ali Rushfield are exec producing a new animated project for FOX titled TINY MONSTERS, reports Variety.
Alexander Anderson Jr., who along with Cal frat brother Jay Ward created Rocky & Bullwinkle and Dudley Do-Right among other cartoon characters, passed away last Friday at age 90. A few words of his impact on my family as well as generations of fans.
Disney’s 1995 backup animated feature A Goofy Movie – and one of its songs in particular – struck a chord with a generation of school kids who are now in college. Fan videos and mash-ups are nothing new, but one student took it a step – or two – further…