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India’s Cosmos Maya gets the go-ahead to produce 52 new episodes and 4 specials for POGO of their popular kids’ 2D animated comedy.
New animated comedy is set in a mildly apocalyptic near-future Florida funeral home; the coming-of-age story is about second chances, death, and family, premiering September 19.
MGM’s highly anticipated ‘The Addams Family’ sequel reportedly will hit both cinemas and VOD rental channels this coming October 1.
AWN’s Miscweant examines Dash Shaw’s new animated feature film, set in ‘surreal’ 1967, about an activist group trying to protect supernatural cryptids from amoral government agents.
Hitting Netflix September 1, the next chapter in Mattel’s storied franchise finds Barbie embarking on a musical summer adventure in the Big Apple, where she meets her new best friend, Barbie!
Live-action adaptation of the beloved sci-fi neo-noir anime, starring Daniella Pineda, John Cho and Mustafa Shakir, debuts globally on November 19.
In the new episode airing August 23 on FOX, Annie is suspended from her job and bonds with a group of birds that soon invade her home, while Kimberly tries to ask a boy out over the phone and Duncan struggles to jump up to a high branch like his friends.
The latex-infused heist adventure officialy begins pre-production, adding Elizabeth Gillies as Catwoman, Stephanie Beatriz as Batwoman, and Lauren Cohan as Julia Pennyworth; release planned in early 2022.
The acclaimed event will offer online access to a global audience of creatives and enthusiasts; program includes panels with industry professionals from Nickelodeon, Fox Animation, Paramount+, Bento Box, and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.
The fourth and final ‘Adventure Time’ franchise special explores the backstory of mild-mannered occultist and loyal Princess Bubblegum assistant Peppermint Butler; show premieres September 2 on HBO Max.
Which is scarier, the dead or the ‘Animated’ dead? Find out on September 21 when the 2D feature based on George A. Romero’s 1968 horror classic comes to digital; Blu-ray Combo Pack & DVD drops October 5.
In a Season 12 prelude, Sterling Archer establishes a basic truth that ‘Yes, champagne is the breakfast of alcohol;’ the self-absorbed spy and his chronically dysfunctional spymaster colleagues return to bungle a new set of missions starting August 25 on FXX, the next day on FX on Hulu.
The otherworldly series features nine stories by seven Japanese anime studios, all underscored by musical legend John Williams, set to release September 22 on Disney+.
Streamer moves ahead with all-new animated show featuring the hugely popular ‘Adventure Time’ characters; Adam Muto will showrun and executive produce for Cartoon Network Studios.
Animation studios join forces to shake up the industry in the South of England; with two greenlit projects and commitment to flexible work models born from the pandemic, the joint venture hopes to spark new regional opportunities and growth in animation.
Multi-episode arc, beginning August 21, is dedicated to the bad guys, old and new, of ‘My Hero Academia.’
New spot from inclusive motion design studio highlights both the athletic prowess of Paralympic athletes and the thrill of watching their performances.
WarnerMedia’s all-new kids’ animation programming, including ‘Little Ellen,’ ‘The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo,’ and ‘Bing,’ is coming to HBO Max and Cartoon Network next month.
Riki Lindhome co-writes (with her ‘Garfunkel & Oates’ co-star Kate Micucci) and performs the show’s first ever production number as her character finds new popularity after finally getting her braces removed; ‘Off to the Braces’ airs this coming Monday, August 16 on FOX.
The age appropriate, Asian and Indigenous cast for Netflix’s adaptation of Nickelodeon’s beloved animated series includes Gordon Cormier as Aang, the eponymous Last Airbender, Kiawentiio as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka, and Dallas Liu as Zuko.
With a Primetime Emmy nomination in hand, the ‘Star Trek’ franchise’s first adult animated comedy launches its sophomore season on Paramount+ with a fresh set of sci-fi adventures often overshadowed by nerve-wracking crew discoveries of their own inner hopes and dreams.
The streamer reminds us that the dog days of summer are waning, with a ‘Back to School’ special premiering August 19; the classic Looney Tunes characters are back in class with all their crazy antics, and they have a lot to learn!
Irreverent, over-the-top animated comedy series, about a misfit squad of LGBTQ+ geniuses who solve cases on their own terms - in West Hollywood, debuts September 2.