The Annie Award-winning stopmo series starring culinary social media sensation Tiny Chef will return to Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. channels beginning with the ‘Fwendsgiving’ special on November 20 and ‘Tiny Chef's Marvelous Mish Mesh Special’ on December 4.
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The all-new preschool show follows Bossy Bear and Turtle, two unlikely friends, as they navigate their childhood (mis)adventures; Season 1 features Lance Bass and Michael Turchin in recurring guest voice roles.
The stop-motion animated Chef welcomes live-action celebrities to chat it up about food and friendship; show premieres in September on Nick’s preschool platforms in the U.S., as well as Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. channels.
In the new season, the curious little monkey makes new friends, has great fun, and gets into all sorts of sticky situations; all 15 fun-filled episodes of the Peacock Original hit the streamer March 17.
The movie project will blend live-action and stop-motion, and feature original music by Paul, who previously co-wrote the ‘Despicable Me’ trilogy.
Watch the Man with the Yellow Hat help George take a closer look at the spotted friend he brings home; all-new fun-filled episodes of the Peacock Original 2D series premiere today, October 21.
Watch exclusive clip of The Man with the Yellow Hat trying to get George ready for a fun trip to the beach; new animated movie features original songs written by Michele Brourman and Amanda McBroom.
Lupita Nyong’o narrates new documentary celebrating the iconic cultural phenomena which is ‘Peanuts’ and its creator, Charles M. Schulz; premiering June 25, show features interviews with Jean Schulz, Drew Barrymore, Al Roker, Kevin Smith, Billie Jean King and Noah Schnapp.
Streaming platform to release multiple movies, specials and series episodes marking ‘Curious George’s’ birthday, celebrated annually in September as ‘Curiosity Month.’
The little herbivore and social media star snags new show, to run on Nick’s preschool platforms in the U.S. as well as Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. internationally.
Tiny Industries joins studio's roster; Tiny Chef creators recently partnered with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment to develop content.
Firm recently bought newly-launched Pearl Studio, formerly known as Oriental DreamWorks, and has stakes in Imagine, CAA and Warner Bros.’ Flagship Entertainment.
Companies agree to five-year deal to co-produce and co-finance animated and hybrid features for family audiences.
New partnership aims to develop, produce, and finance six feature-length animation and hybrid animation projects over the next five years.