Groundbreaking, first-ever fully animated stand-up show, produced by Ellen DeGeneres and animated by Six Point Harness, will also stream on HBO Max.
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Furlicia throws it down in the wrestling ring in clip from animated musical about a wide-eyed half human half alligator boy who leaves the swamp and lands in New York City.
Coming to Netflix April 16, the 80-minute 2D film launches Arlo’s journey that lands him in New York City; soundtrack gets Capitol Records release the same day; ‘I Heart Arlo’ animated series will continue his adventures as he and his newfound crew setup shop and bring a neighborhood back to life.
The hour-long special follows the vaccination roll-out in South Park, poking fun at the disbursement process as well as the recently enacted ‘The Muppet Show’ viewing disclaimer.
‘Pinky Malinky’ creators’ new special lets viewers choose story perspective of self-involved cat or loving, hyperactive dog, who wake one day to find humans have disappeared.
The 3D animated preschool series, based on the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise, celebrates the holiday season with a brand-new special.
Animated adventure premieres on Life Day, November 17, exclusively on Disney +; returning cast includes fan favorites: Kelly Marie Tran as Rose Tico; Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian; and Anthony Daniels as C-3PO.
Poe, Chewie, Rose and the droids will also join adventure to the Wookiee homeworld in Lucasfilm show set for November 17.
Magic Light Picture’s hugely popular animated TV special receives recognition for positive contributions, earning accolades from the industry and UK viewers.
Latest animated short from the studio behind Oscar-nominated ‘The Gruffalo,’ ‘Room on the Broom,’ ‘Revolting Rhymes’ and ‘Chico & Rita’ is now available to stream or download.
Directors Max Lang and Daniel Snaddon discuss the challenges of staying true in the 3D world to the popular rhyming picture book about a bumbling but enthusiastic young dragon.
Half-hour special from Lupus Films, airing on Channel 4 this Christmas, brings classic children’s book to life with distinctive hand-drawn animation style.
Oscar-nominated Max Lang and Daniel Snaddon to direct from book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler about a mischievous, accident-prone dragon.
‘The Star of Andra and Tati,’ ‘Woof-Meow’ and ‘Dixiland’ among media group’s latest animated offerings they’ll be bringing to next month’s market.