Art Director Justin Wagner and Animation Director Megan Johnson size up the new season - complete with lots of pre-production art - of the acclaimed series, which premiered last night on FXX and today on Hulu.
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Sterling and Dysfunction Co return with 8 new episodes, followed the next day by the debut of Aubrey Plaza and Danny DeVito’s new animated comedy series about the Devil trying to gain custody of his daughter’s soul, all coming this August.
Supervising Director Giancarlo Volpe talks about the fun and challenges of wrangling a multiplicity of styles in ‘The Boys’ animated spinoff series 'The Boys Presents: Diabolical,' now streaming on Amazon Prime.
Simon Racioppa, executive producer of Prime Video’s new ‘The Boys’ animated anthology spinoff, talks about its genesis and production, and the many A-list talents who make it so unique; show premieres on the streamer March 4.
New anthology series, premiering March 4, delves into untold stories of the Emmy-Nominated ‘The Boys’ with 8 uniquely animated episodes brought to life by creatives including Awkwafina, Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogan, Andy Samberg, and Aisha Tyler.
Delving into untold stories of the Emmy-Nominated ‘The Boys,’ the anthology delivers 8 uniquely animated episodes brought to life by creatives including Awkwafina, Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogan, Andy Samberg, and Aisha Tyler; series hits the streamer March 4.
Thanksgiving comes early this year, as we learn Sterling Archer will return for a new season filled with his lackadaisical, often inebriated and always hilarious navigation of the ever-changing spy world; Adam Reed’s Emmy Award-winning FXX animated series will be back in 2022 with 8 all-new episodes!
Justin Wagner and Chi Duong Sato once again share creative and production insights as FXX’s hit animated comedy returns for a new set of good old fashion, dysfunctional, sexually charged, and often drunkenly performed globe-trotting spy missions; the new season kicks off today, August 25.
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.
While remembering with sadness the recent passing of actress Jessica Walter, we nevertheless manage a smile hearing her tough-as-nails Malory once more barking the inappropriate; series returns for a new season of spycrafting foolishness August 25 on FXX.
With Monstropolis now fueled by kids’ laughter, not screams, graduating scarer Tylor Tuskmon’s world turns upside down his first day at Monsters, Incorporated, in the new CG animated series, adapted from the famed Pixar films, debuting today on Disney+.
Network announces new season premiere date as part of summer slate reveal, though no official word on how star Jessica Walter’s passing will be handled.
Kid’s laughter, not screams, now fuels Monstropolis; Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Bonnie Hunt, and Mindy Kaling lend their voices to characters old and new in the highly anticipated show, which premieres July 2.
With Season 11 total viewership up 32%, Adam Reed, Matt Thompson, and Floyd County’s Emmy Award-winning hit animated spy spoof gets picked up for another post-coma season.
Justin Wagner and Chi Duong Sato share artwork and creative insights as FXX’s hit animated comedy awakens from a 3-season coma and returns to the good old fashion, sexually charged, bickering filled, often drunkenly performed business of espionage.
With Season 11’s launch just around the corner on September 16, FXX drops a new featurette that amply illustrates just how funny, and wicked, Adam Reed’s animated spy-spoof can be.
Simon Pegg and Jamie Lee Curtis will guest star as Comic-Con panel shares plenty of hit FXX show reveals and a new trailer.
New season, pushed from previously scheduled May 6 premiere by COVID-19 shutdowns, premieres later this year; cast member online panel set for July 24.
Workplace dysfunction is even funnier in a vacuum as Adam Reed and FXX’s hit animated comedy launches into outer space, with the new season premiering May 29.
With John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Tilly, Bob Peterson, Ben Feldman, Kelly Marie Tran, Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, Alanna Ubach, Stephen Stanton and Aisha Tyler rounding out the star-studded voice cast, animated series inspired by Pixar’s Academy Award-winning ‘Monsters, Inc.’ is set to premiere on Disney’s new streaming service in 2020.