Iconic Hasbro brand Stretch Armstrong will make its television debut with an all-new look in an animated series set to debut in 2017.
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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ wins nine critics’ awards, including best director and best visual effects; Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ wins best animated feature; Netflix series ‘BoJack Horseman’ wins best animation series.
Leading kids entertainment specialist and Australian production outfit appoint licensing and merchandising agents to represent their brand-new animated series in Eire & Australia and the U.K.
‘Voltron’ and a new fantasy world from Guillermo Del Toro among series debuting in 2016; deal also covers streaming rights to the DreamWorks Animation feature film library.
Executive producer Brendan Hay talks about the Glendale studio’s latest animated television series for streaming giant Netflix, a prequel to their hit feature ‘The Croods.’
Produced in Korea at EMation, NE4U and Dong Woo Animation for Netflix, new 2D-animated series is executive produced by Brendan Hay of ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Robot Chicken’ fame.
Visual effects for the long-awaited sequel to Ang Lee’s Oscar-winning ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ are led by production VFX supervisor is Mark Stetson, with VFX provided by Zoic, Pixomondo and Lola.
In the animation category, Fox’s ‘The Simpsons’ nabs three nods and ‘Bob’s Burgers’ garners two nominations, while Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’ receives one.
Genius Brands International teams with Fat Red Couch to release first mobile app for animated children’s series available on Public Broadcasting Stations throughout the U.S.
Creative VFX studio led by veteran VFX Supervisor/Flame artist Karen Heston recently collaborated with director Cary Joji Fukunaga on ‘Beasts of No Nation’ for Netflix.
Debuting exclusively on Netflix October 9, DreamWorks Animation Television’s ‘The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show’ stars Chris Parnell as Mr. Peabody and Max Charles as Sherman.
Streaming network adding six new original animated series for older kids beginning this December, including ‘LEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One,’ ‘LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship,’ ‘Buddy Thunderstruck,’ ‘Las Leyendas,’ ‘Glitter Force’ and DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Dawn of the Croods.’
Commissioned by Netflix, original CGI animation series from 41 Entertainment is targeted at kids and introduced through a feature-length film that will be followed by 12 half-hour episodes starting in 2016.
Henson is currently in production on the fourth season of Emmy-nominated PBS KIDS series ‘Dinosaur Train,’ and ‘Word Party,’ a new preschool series for Netflix set to premiere in 2016.
The Jim Henson Company appoints Anna Moorefield to post of Director, Global Distribution, Sales ahead of MIP JR. AND MIPCOM.
Created by Anima Estudios in Mexico, season one of the children’s series featuring the work of writer/producer James Krieg will premiere worldwide on the streaming service in 2017.
First-of-its-kind deal to see the 13 episode anime series based on the manga by Gamon Sakurai premiere on Netflix around the world in 2016.
DreamWorks brings mechanical / organic hybrid characters and their tales of friendship and adventure together in a Netflix original series.
DreamWorks Animation veteran and series director Elaine Bogan details the production process from storyboarding through final delivery on DWA’s hit series that further explores the world of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise.
Twelve new episodes of the animated series created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg and animated by L.A.-based ShadowMachine arrive on Netflix July 17.
Netflix adds Henson’s ‘Word Party,’ Cheeky Little’s ‘Kazoops!’ and Guru’s ‘True & the Rainbow Kingdom’ to its growing slate of original preschool content.
New original 13-episode series from the studio behind the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise premieres worldwide on June 26.
Streaming service will premiere four new animated shows: ‘Kulipari: An Army of Frogs’ and ‘Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan and Jane’ along with preschool shows ‘Cirque du Soleil - Luna Petunia’ and ‘Puffin Rock.’