Voice cast revealed for upcoming original animated series about a group of psychically powered friends and the dangers that await them; the Crunchyroll Original hits the streamer January 27.
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Also announced, Whoopi Goldberg guest stars, reprising her role as Guinan from ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation;’ the all-new season premieres March 3 exclusively on Paramount+.
Musical being produced for Disney+ is set as the inaugural project at company’s new Vancouver studio opening later this year; Oscar-nominated Osnat Shurer will serve as the show’s producer.
Director Alberto Mielgo concludes ‘Films are made to be watched’ as he shares his labor of love; the 2D animated movie that poses the question, ‘What is Love?’ is now available free on YouTube.
The multiple Oscar-winning studio is collaborating with the streamer on two stop-motion comedies, each from a storied franchise; films to premiere in 2024 and 2023 respectively.
Delving into untold stories of the Emmy-Nominated ‘The Boys,’ the anthology delivers 8 uniquely animated episodes brought to life by creatives including Awkwafina, Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogan, Andy Samberg, and Aisha Tyler; series hits the streamer March 4.
Streamer drops new dubbed episodes of fan favorites ‘Platinum End,’ and ‘Death Note;’ new dubs for the international anime audience now include ‘That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2’ and ‘Haikyu!!’
Marty finds a puppy and tries to locate its owner and Alex insists he’s ‘King of the Jungle; watch all new episodes on Peacock and Hulu.
Yesterday, football fans got a halftime treat - a sneak peek of Nickelodeon’s New Original CG series based on the best-selling books by Lincoln Peirce; the show follows Nate, a precocious 11-year-old boy and his misadventures in middle school.
Coinciding with Disney+’s release of ‘The Eternals,’ the 7-issue series kicked off yesterday on the Marvel digital comic platform; release on WEBTOON set for January 20.
The fun-loving pug puppy brothers Bingo and Rolly return to Disney Channel and Disney Junior on January 14 with a new set of exhilarating adventures in their neighborhood and around the globe.
Based on the popular kids’ book and comic strip by Lincoln Peirce, the all-new animated series about a precocious 11-year-old boy and his misadventures in middle school hits the streamer February 17.
With cinema attendance still threatened by the ongoing pandemic, the studio’s highly anticipated new 3D/CG animated feature will skip theaters and head directly to the streamer on March 11.
Director Andy Coyle and executive producer Kurt Mueller talk about their new 2D animated movie special, now streaming on Netflix, that picks up where the Season 2 cliff-hanger finale of the Annie, BAFTA, and Daytime Emmy Award-winning series ‘Hilda’ left off.
Premiering January 9, new episodes from the show’s fourth and final season follow the emotional journeys of Eren, Mikasa, and Armin as the war for Paradis zeroes in on Shiganshina just as the Jaegerists seize control.
A reboot of the 80’s classic, the new series debuts January 21, joining the streamer’s ‘Fraggle Rock’ line-up including the classic series as well as new specials ‘Down at Fraggle Rock,’ ‘Doozer Music’ and ‘Fraggle Songs.’
The live-action hybrid preschool series returns to Netflix February 1 with 8 ‘cat-tastic’ new episodes; show invites kids to turn missteps and mistakes into something creative.
The award-winning filmmaker and activist’s hand-drawn, black and white animated film tells the story of a happy little girl determined to overcome the darkness and oppression consuming her.
Supervising Producer Beth Sleven talks about the creation of DreamWorks Animation’s new CG series ‘Dragons: The Nine Realms,’ set 1,300 years after Hiccup and Toothless’ last adventures in the land of Berk; now streaming on Peacock and Hulu.
High School sophomore Courtney Whitmore leads an unlikely group of young heroes to take on the legacy of DC’s first Superhero team, the Justice Society of America; all 13 episodes, plus a featurette and gag reel, hit the same day on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital.
The future of dragons is NOW on Hulu and Peacock; the all-new CG animated series, set 1,300 years after the events of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise, follows a group of misfit kids who uncover, and then must protect, the secret of where dragons have been hiding.
EP and showrunner John Tellegen pays homage to DreamWorks’ hugely successful franchise while bringing dragons into a contemporary world set 1,300 years after Hiccup and Toothless’ last adventures in the land of Berk; all-new series debuts today, December 23, on Peacock and Hulu.
Premiering December 23, the all-new animated series is inspired by and set 1,300 years after the events of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise; 3 clips share glimpses of what’s hitting Hulu and Peacock tomorrow… and the first rule of Dragon Club!
Kick off the new year with 30+ new and returning series including ‘Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2,’ ‘Platinum End,’ and new episodes of ‘Blade Runner: Black Lotus.’