Critical Role signs overall multiyear TV and first-look film agreement with the streamer; new animated series, being created with Titmouse, is based on the 2nd campaign of the popular ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ web series.
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Debuting on Prime Video today, new episodes of the hit adult animated fantasy-adventure series, based on stories and characters developed by Critical Role, promise viewers more wonderful ass-kickery, assuring they’ll be ‘lured in with slap-dickory and butt stuff, only to bring you in and break your hearts.’
Despite a fully produced second season, the promising show and first traditionally 2D animated venture for the network was axed due to corporate cost-cutting.
A 12-episode sophomore season of the highly anticipated adult animated fantasy-adventure series, based on stories and characters developed by Critical Role, hits the streamer in January.
Based on Chris Witaske’s popular Twitter account of the same name, the adult comedy follows Diane and Daniel as they navigate work, family, romance, and, most of all, how to party their brains; 8 all-new episodes stream late next month.
With Season 2 not airing until January 2023, the streamer announces a third season pickup during its New York ComicCon panel featuring stars and executive producers Travis Willingham, Marisha Ray, Taliesin Jaffe, Ashley Johnson, Sam Riegel, Liam O’Brien, Laura Bailey, and Matthew Mercer.
The ‘Rescue Rangers’ star and Neil Campbell’s adult comedy has added the voice talents of Mitra Jouhari, Tim Robinson, Dale Soules, Guz Khan, Melissa Fumero, and Tim Meadows; Comedy Central debut set for early 2023.
Based on short stories from award-winning author Ken Liu, the 2D animated series explores technology, humanity, and the meaning of consciousness, including AI, while eschewing action-packed spectacle for a slow, steady, compelling dialogue-centric story.
Based on short stories from award-winning author Ken Liu, the 2D animated series explores technology, humanity, and the meaning of consciousness; all-star voice cast includes Daniel Dae Kim, Katie Chang, Paul Dano, and Aaron Eckhart.
New series coming in September, based on short stories from award-winning author Ken Liu, delves into technology, humanity, and the meaning of consciousness; all-star cast includes Daniel Dae Kim, Katie Chang, Paul Dano, and Aaron Eckhart.
Based on the bestselling books by Tad Hills, the series follows 2 best-feathered friends who learn to embrace each other’s differences; show premieres Friday, July 8.
Co-created by Joe Bennett and Charles Huettner, the adult animated sci-fi drama series, slated for release next year, debuted its first teaser last week at Annecy 2022.
Creators Teddy Riley, Matthew Hausfater, and Aaron Buchsbaum share some of the fast-paced setups and gags, including funny wall posters and tattoos you’ll miss if you blink – multiple viewings do help - as Dale, Derica, Truman, and Benny’s clout-tastic quest returns with 8 new episodes, now streaming on Prime Video.
Titmouse to co-produce new 2D animated show bringing car lovers together to share their wildest automotive stories, all while riffing and lobbing jokes at one another; release set for Q1 2023.
Yes, Mike Judge’s purveyors of all things mindless and inappropriate are back in an all-new movie debuting later this month that takes the pair into space, through a black hole, and into the future… of 2022.
The ‘Birdgirl’ and ‘Big Mouth’ consulting producer's new series gets two season commitment; the show, which follows a group of alien surgeons, will star Maya Rudolph and Natasha Lyonne.
Shows coming this summer include ‘Duck & Goose,’ a preschool series based on the New York Times best-selling books by Tad Hills; new Peanuts’ special ‘Lucy’s School;’ ‘The Snoopy Show’ returning for Season 2; as well as classic Peanuts titles from Mendelson/Melendez Productions.
The streamer shares first looks from the sophomore season of its irreverent adult animated comedy, which returns June 10 with 8 all-new episodes; the show follows four middle school friends in a timeless struggle to be cool in LA.
Executive producer Julia Parfitt and director Patrick Osborne talk about how they brought a real-time animated Grog and Scanlan to the Season 1 Finale Watch Party for the hit Prime Video series.
Supervising Director Giancarlo Volpe talks about the fun and challenges of wrangling a multiplicity of styles in ‘The Boys’ animated spinoff series 'The Boys Presents: Diabolical,' now streaming on Amazon Prime.
Simon Racioppa, executive producer of Prime Video’s new ‘The Boys’ animated anthology spinoff, talks about its genesis and production, and the many A-list talents who make it so unique; show premieres on the streamer March 4.
Not to be missed showcase of studio’s in-house animated shorts program will screen live in theaters once again; coming March 22 in Vancouver and March 25 in Los Angeles and New York.
New anthology series, premiering March 4, delves into untold stories of the Emmy-Nominated ‘The Boys’ with 8 uniquely animated episodes brought to life by creatives including Awkwafina, Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogan, Andy Samberg, and Aisha Tyler.
What began as a livestreamed web series about a group of friends playing ‘D&D,’ has become 24 episodes of an animated adult fantasy-adventure featuring an excitable band of misfits with a fondness for boozing, brawling, and just generally F**king S**t up, desperately trying to pay off their mounting bar tab; highly anticipated show hits Prime Video today, January 28.