The Former BBC Children’s Head of Preschool Development joins the independent production company to oversee its move into children’s animation and unscripted live-action.
The series follows two best-feathered friends who learn to embrace each other’s differences; based on the bestselling books by Tad Hills, the series sophmore season premieres July 7.
The two companies are developing a new animated comedy series based on the children’s book series ‘Gaston’s Emotions.’
Co-executive producers Brian K. Roberts, Nakia Trower Shuman, and Sarah Katin talk about their all-new 3DCG kid’s series, based on Jessie Sima’s NYT bestseller, about a curious, fun-lowing narwhal who one day discovers he’s actually a unicorn; show debuts today, June 19, on Netflix.
Nighttime doesn’t have to be frighttime… written by Oscar winner Charlie Kaufman, the 3DCG animated feature tells the story of an average kid and his not-so-average all-consuming fears; coming to Netflix in 2024.
Based on ‘Arthur’ creator Marc Brown’s children’s book, the new show is grounded in emotional reality but soars into a fantasy world populated by dragons, trolls, talking banjos, and magic crayons.
The unlikely adventures of an angel and a demon continue in the entirely original six-episode season from co-creator Neil Gaiman, premiering July 28.
VFX supervisor Damien Hurgon and his team delivered 354 shots – 80% of which were complex set extensions – on David Lowery’s reimagined J.M. Barrie classic, now streaming on Disney+.
The 3DCG animated preschool series follows Octicorn - half octopus, half unicorn - as he navigates friendships and feelings.
The writer, artist, and current animation history professor at RISD discusses his book, ‘The Disney Revolt: The Great Labor War of Animation's Golden Age.’
Mindfulness expert Mallika Chopra talks about kids’ post-pandemic struggles and how the Apple TV+ animated series is an important part of a repertoire of resources that can help them better understand their feelings while providing tools to face daily challenges; Season 3’s all-new episodes roll out globally May 19.
Based on the award-winning and bestselling Scholastic ‘Zen’ book series by Jon J Muth, the animated series helps kids learn about mindfulness and better understand their feelings, while providing tools to help them face their daily challenges; all-new episodes roll out globally May 19.
The animated preschool series, about curious and fun-loving Kelp, who has always believed he was a narwhal until he finds out he’s not, comes to the streamer next month.
‘The Lord of the Rings’ Billy Boyd, ‘Wolfwalker’s’ Eva Whittaker and ‘Downton Abbey’s Lesley Nicol join the returning cast for the new season of the top crowdfunded animated family series based on the ‘The Wingfeather Saga’ fantasy-adventure books by Andrew Peterson.
The Jim Henson Company’s Lisa Henson and Titmouse’s Niko Guardia and Allison Craig discuss the show’s titular, ‘unapologetic’ 11-year-old amateur sleuth, the hurt feelings her secret notes cause once revealed, and how a show about New York, made in New York, was especially meaningful to the production crew.
The Lithuanian IP, about a five-year-old girl and her wild imagination, continues to grow its licensing business that includes more than 100 publications, home market sales of over 1.9 million consumer products in 2022 alone, a live theatrical show, and a new movie; company looking to bring these and a planned series to new international markets.
The outspoken and perpetually curious 11-year-old Harriet M. Welsch returns May 5 in all-new episodes of the hugely popular animated series based on Louise Fitzhugh’s iconic novel.
Based on a single chilling chapter from Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula,’ the film tells the terrifying story of the merchant ship ‘Demeter,’ which was chartered to carry private cargo and one infamous vampire, out in theaters August 11.
Based on the award-winning book series by Arnold Lobel, the new animated series follows two best friends, Frog and Toad, who enjoy what they have in common while learning to embrace what they don’t; the show hits the streamer April 28.
The scripted show will be a faithful adaptation of the original wizarding world novels by J.K. Rowling, with each season portraying the events from one of the seven books.
The Cardiff-based design studio, led by co-founders Joel Collins and Daniel May, along with company creative director Erica McEwan, produced visdev, previs, artvis, and UI design, along with virtual scouting, on HBO’s fantasy drama, based on Philip Pullman’s award-winning book trilogy of the same name.
The series, which will stream on the newly minted Max platform, is set a century before the events of ‘Game of Thrones’ when two unlikely heroes, Ser Duncan the Tall and his diminutive squire Egg, explore Westeros.
The reimagined J.M. Barrie classic stars dual protagonists Alexander Molony as Peter and Ever Anderson as Wendy, launching exclusively on Disney+ April 28.
New second season episode, ‘In The Heat,’ has been selected in the TV competition; animated thriller based on Russian ‘Queen of Horror’ Anna Starobinets’ short story follows a team of detectives as they interrogate a man disguised as Santa Clause about a horrific crime.