Executive producer Gabe Swarr talks about the new 13-episode batch of crazy antics and unshakeable ‘earworms’ on Steven Spielberg and Warner Bros. Animation’s rebooted cartoon comedy classic, now streaming on Hulu.
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Yakko, Wakko and Dot are back in an all-new season of the crazy popular, mostly silly animated series; all 13 episodes of the Warner Bros. Animation hit begin streaming November 5.
Yakko, Wakko and Dot return November 5 in a brand-new season featuring big laughs and the occasional epic takedown of authority figures in serious need of an ego check.
Hulu has shared with AWN two animated videos for the songs “Banana Hammock” and “Bonding” from “The Animaniacs Season One Soundtrack” released last month.
Studio signs on as a production partner on ‘The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder’ for Disney+; scores £6m funding from growth investor BGF.
Studio’s latest effort to nurture animation talent will give voices to a new and diverse generation of artists with mentorship and support; program’s creative council will include veteran producers Pete Browngardt, Manny Hernandez, Katie Rice, and Aminder Dhaliwal.
They’re back and here to stay! - Ahead of its Season 2 release, Warner Bros. Animation picks up a third season of Amblin’s crazy popular animated comedy series.
The voice behind Bart Simpson from ‘The Simpsons’ and Chuckie from the ‘Rugrats’ shares her vocal techniques with live-action demonstrations and custom animation; class is designed for voice-actors and non-actors alike.
Peter Hastings to direct, as studio begins development on new movie based on prolific ‘Captain Underpants’ author and illustrator’s #1 global bestselling series about a loveable canine superhero and his friends.
Steven Spielberg returns as executive producer a new edition of his popular animated variety show that originally ran from 1993-1998; joining Yakko, Wako and Dot are Pinky and the Brain, who return to continue their quest for world domination.
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot are back in a new original animated series on Hulu that promises nostalgia, humor, and some serious zaniness, all in an art style nearly identical to its original 1990s look.
Platform announces new season of Steven Spielberg’s classis cartoon series 22 years after its last episode; and new semi-animated series inspired by life and work of artist Keith Knight.
Musician picks up where Carl Stalling left off, returning to Warner Bros. more than 25 years after composing on ‘Animaniacs’ and ‘Pinky and the Brain.’
Emmy-nominated showrunner of WBA/Amblin TV’s upcoming ‘Animaniacs’ series for Hulu signs exclusive, multi-year agreement for both animated and live-action projects.
The Misweant writes about a different labyrinth and definitely not those ‘Turtles;’ plus, with apologies to Rocket J. Squirrel, ‘that voice… where have I heard that voice?’
First of 16 planned episodes of Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan’s new series, ‘Solar Opposites,’ set to air in 2020.
With a new ‘Animaniacs’ reboot and a Harley Quinn series in the works, WBA series VP Audrey Diehl reveals what she looks for in new talent and what gives a pitch that special spark.
Hulu picks up Spielberg-headed reboot as its first original family series in a deal that also includes streaming rights to original series.
Written by Randy Rogel of ‘Animaniacs’ and ‘Pinky and the Brain’ fame, CG animated series produced by Dasym Media will be the martial arts icon’s first return to the small screen since ‘Jackie Chan Adventures.’