Based on the children’s books series by Doreen Cronin, new CG animated series follows a trio of chicken siblings and their dog, Captain Tully, who use teamwork and critical thinking skills to solve problems; digital soundtrack, ‘Disney Junior Music: The Chicken Squad,’ featuring music from the series, also drops on May 14.
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Inspired by India’ cultures and customs, the second season of the popular preschool animated series includes special episodes highlighting the Eid al-Fitr holiday and festivals of Teej and Dasara; Season 1 streams on Disney+ April 30.
The popular animated preschool series take kids on adventures with the Dino crew as they explore their world, overcome fears, and learn to solve problems together; new episodes feature a whole ‘clutch’ of new friends.
The popular preschool series from Down Under features the family adventures of ‘Bluey,’ a Blue Heeler pup, her sister Bingo, and her Mum and Dad.
The music-filled series tells story of a young inventor living in a prehistoric world who uses her innovation and inventions to make her community a better place; series set to debut later this year.
Lauren Martinez has been named Vice President, Series; CNS producer Kelly Crews has been promoted to Vice President, Production.
20-year industry veteran will be tasked with leading creative talent recruitment as the company continues a period of unprecedented growth; will also promote the studio’s community initiatives including mentorship and training programs for artists.
Actress and YouTuber Anna Akana voices an animated hard rock version of the ‘Amphibia’ theme song as Anne’s best friend Sasha takes the stage in the Disney Channel series’ latest episode, ‘Theme Song Takeover: Sasha Conquers.’
The popular animated series from Cyber Group Studios take kids on adventures with the Dino crew as they explore their world, overcome fears, and learn to solve problems together.
Special holiday programming will include all-new episodes of ‘DuckTales,’ ‘Vampirina,’ ‘Puppy Dog Pals,’ and ‘Bluey,’ airing November 28 and throughout December; animated special ‘Snowsnaps’ and ‘Random Rings’ animated shorts add to the holiday cheer.
Interspersed with show clips, Kal Penn, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Aasif Mandvi, Karen David, Parvesh Cheena, Sonal Shah, and Leela Ladnier talk about the upcoming Diwali holiday and what it means to them.
New animated series follows four adorable animal friends who deliver magical surprises to the citizens of their town; series teaches young viewers simple life lessons including community, responsibility, and teamwork.
‘Ready for Preschool’ series teaches kids ages 2-7 to be positive about themselves and their communities.
Halloween-themed special ‘Party Monsters’ and Christmas themed ‘The Festive Menace’ will air on Disney XD, Disney Junior and in Disney Now; Season 3 of the animated series was recently shortlisted for an International Emmy Kids Award.
‘Elena of Avalor,’ and ‘Disney Mickey Mouse’ bring home multiple awards at the virtual 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards: Children’s, Lifestyle & Animation.
Summit will focus on the pandemic, the recently reinvigorated global call for social justice, and their tremendous effects on the animation industry.
Showrunner Sascha Paladino and art director Dorothea Gerassimova discuss the challenges and rewards of celebrating India’s wonderful cultural diversity with an international kids’ audience.
Popular Australian show explores modern family life and encourages imagination and learning through play.
With Season 2 launching October 4, and a Season 3 renewal in hand, the show’s executive producer discusses his series about an eccentric 6-year-old girl that is aspirational, relatable, and funny.
‘Marvel’s Spidey and His Amazing Friends’ is the studio’s first Disney Junior series and comes on the heels of their recent exit from Sony’s ‘Spider-Man’ franchise and likely Spider-Man exit from the MCU.
Condensed version of WIA’s annual Summit to feature keynote by Dr. Stacy L. Smith, who will present landmark USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study.
Founding donors contribute more than $500,000 to support organization’s programs and international outreach initiatives.
Nickelodeon’s ‘The Loud House,’ Netflix’s ‘Ask the Storybots,’ Amazon’s ‘Tumble Leaf’ and Disney Channel’s ‘Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventures’ each take home two at Friday’s gala ceremony.