Series creator and executive producer Matt Braly talks about the show’s third season, debuting Saturday, Oct. 2, on Disney Channel and DisneyNOW.
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Make some noise! and check out the new season trailer and get ready for nonstop fun and new friends in an all-new set of hair-raising adventures; watch new episodes now on Peacock and Hulu.
Whoopi Goldberg, RuPaul Charles, Kate Micucci, Brad Garrett, and Anika Noni Rose among special guests starring in the new season, which also includes 22-minute Christmas special featuring new song by ‘Steven Universe’s Rebecca Sugar.
In the 'scraptacular' new trailer, the Trolls are back with nonstop fun and new friends in an all-new set of hair-raising adventures; new season premieres today on Peacock and Hulu.
Executive producer Matthew Beans builds on Season 1 themes of harmony and positivity to explore issues of vulnerability, perfectionism… and what a jazz troll’s lair looks like; a new season of DreamWorks Animation’s ‘hair-raising’ adventures premieres today on Hulu and Peacock.
Based on the popular DreamWorks’ animated films, the next chapter of the series sees Poppy bring unity to all of the musical trolls scattered through the forest… or does she?
Actress and YouTuber Anna Akana voices an animated hard rock version of the ‘Amphibia’ theme song as Anne’s best friend Sasha takes the stage in the Disney Channel series’ latest episode, ‘Theme Song Takeover: Sasha Conquers.’
Executive producer Matthew Beans rethinks the entire ‘Trolls’ world, bringing all the tribes together with a new visual style in DreamWorks Animation’s new series, now available on Hulu and Peacock.
Two new animated series will premiere on the streamer in November; new episodes of ‘Cleopatra In Space,’ ‘Curious George,’ ‘Madagascar: A Little Wild,’ and ‘Where’s Waldo?’ will premiere in November and December.
Watch, listen, and groove! Disney Channel’s special extended Halloween-themed episode of Matt Braly’s animated ‘frog-out-of-water’ comedy premieres October 17.
Animated comedy, created and executive produced by Matt Braly, joins new Saturday night animation programming block starting July 11.
For series co-creator Mike McMahan, on his and Justin Roiland’s new Hulu animated comedy, if an idea makes them laugh, and it’s crazy enough, into the show it goes.
On May 6, crash-landed aliens Justin Roiland and Thomas Middleditch join noted backwards baseball cap-wearing director for a “mind altering” discussion about Hulu’s new animated comedy.
Annie Award-winning ‘Gravity Falls’ director’s new ‘frog-out-of-water’ show, premiering June 17, is based on vacations he took as a kid to visit family in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Powerpuff Girls ask ‘what’s your special ingredient?’ with Powfactor; Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls contributes to launch of global campaign.