Four series join upcoming preschool programming block coming to HBO Max and Cartoon Network later this year.
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Barbie’s youngest sister Chelsea and her friends jam away in CG video of lead track from the new film, launching this Friday on Netflix.
WarnerMedia taps CAKE to co-produce new CG series for Cartoon Network and HBO Max’s new kids’ programming block.
TV movie ‘Barbie & Chelsea The Lost Birthday’ features Barbie’s younger sister Chelsea on a quest to save her birthday; ‘Barbie Princess Adventure’ is a musical special following Barbie and her friends on an adventure to New York City.
Produced by Brown Bag Films, the animated series explores the everyday drama of the brand-new social life of a 3-year-old; show set to join Cartoonito, Cartoon Network and HBO Max’s newly announced preschool programming block, this fall.
WarnerMedia announces huge new kids and family programming commitment, including ‘Cartoonito’ preschool block and over 300 hours of new originals debuting on CN and HBO Max later this year.
Coming to Cartoon Network and HBO Max this fall, new block will debut with 20 titles; ‘Bugs Bunny Builders’ and Sesame Workshop’s ‘Bea’s Block’ greenlit, joining development slate that will expand to 50 originals within two years.
Revamped show features a more multicultural and gender-balanced “Steam Team” character lineup that now travels around the world.
Broadcasters in Germany and Italy among the first to sign on to carry the award-winning show’s third season.
CHF Entertainment’s animated ‘Daisy & Ollie’ is based on an original idea by Helen Brown and developed with Executive Producer Jason Manford, and will encourage young children’s curiosity about the world around them this October, exclusivley on Cartoonito.
3D animated series has spawned a television spin-off series, ‘Masha’s Spooky Stories,’ broadcast across Latin America, the U.K., the U.S., Canada and the Nordics.
New feature-length CG-animated 2017 special ‘Fireman Sam: Alien Alert,’ featuring the voice of David Tennant as villain Buck Douglas, is produced by Mattel and distributed by DHX Media.