Angry Birds Toons: Season One – Volume One heads to disc December 3 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Vancouver, Canada-based Nerd Corps Entertainment produces the first Slugterra TV movie, Slugterra: Ghoul from Beyond, for a spring 2014 release, continuing the story of the core-boys Slugterra series currently airing worldwide on Disney XD and free TV.
Fox cancels midseason animated comedy series Murder Police, created by David A. Goodman and Jason Ruiz and produced by Bento Box Entertainment.
Nickelodeon launches season two of hit animated series, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; treats viewers to all-new Halloween-themed episode of SpongeBob SquarePants.
Preschool entertainment company HIT Entertainment announces sales of more than 120 hours for its portfolio, including 'Mike the Knight,' 'Thomas & Friends' and 'Fireman Sam.'
Syfy greenlights Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge, a competition series featuring ten aspiring creature creators competing for a contract working at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop.
Studio 100 Media announces a content deal with Chello Central Europe for the newly revived CGI animation series’ Vic The Viking and Heidi.
Super Heroes, spies, gadget lovers, and robotic farm fowl all team up on store shelves for this week's home entertainment releases on Blu-Ray and DVD.
UK-based Union Visual Effects relocates to a larger facility in London’s Soho district; new studio also houses an advanced review theatre, featuring a 4K projector.
An Italian cartoon beats projects from India, South Korea, Ireland and one of the first animated co-productions between Chile and Brazil in the MIPJUNIOR pitching session in Cannes.
Ciwen Media Group partners with China’s national broadcaster Chinese Central Television to air Franklin and Friends on CCTV Kids Channel.
Cartoon Network celebrates Halloween all month long with brand new creepy cartoon network originals and spooky specials, all-new, spine-tingling specials from 'Regular Show,' 'Uncle Grandpa,' 'Annoying Orange,' 'Dreamworks Dragons: Defenders of Berk,' 'MAD' and 'Johnny Test.'
Atomic heads to MIPCOM with three new series, the animated Scapegoats and Max Mashup, and Minimum Wage, a live action-animation hybrid featuring two 15-year-olds on a mission.
Vancouver-based animation studio Rainmaker Entertainment reboots the Mainframe Entertainment brand with the launch of a new TV division; two new series in development include an all-new version of the popular ReBoot franchise, and Tiger’s Apprentice, a CGI animated series based on the trilogy of young adult novels written by award-winning author Laurence Yep.
Disney Channel acquires Guru Studio’s hit preschool show for its channels in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, extending the show’s reach throughout every continent.
SeaWorld unveils two new animated properties in development, A U.S. version of France’s popular ‘The Jungle Bunch,’ franchise, and an untitled preschool property in partnership with Little Airplane Productions.
DHX Media startsproduction on a new 2D animated comedy kids series, ‘Looped,’ commissioned by Corus Entertainment’s YTV in Canada, and presold to Super RTL in Germany.
Production begins on first Disney Junior original TV movie, the animated Lucky Duck, slated to premiere summer 2014.
Aardman produces Cupcakes of Doom, a new online game for the Emmy-winning animated series Regular Show.