‘Maya and the Three,’ ‘Hilda and the Mountain King,’ ‘Centaurworld,’ and ‘City of Ghosts’ each take home multiple awards in NATAS’ brand-new, expanded standalone ceremony held over two nights this past weekend.
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Netflix’s ‘Kid Cosmic’ designers Chris Tsirgiotis and Craig McCracken honored along with five other artists for their work in a single episode or special; reveal comes ahead of the first annual Children’s & Family Emmy Awards ceremonies scheduled for this weekend.
A new short, ‘Packing Magic,’ features beloved characters from the Emmy Award-winning animated series; see how the Bureau of Magic is using Bluescape to create the next thrilling chapters of the ‘Lost in Oz’ story.
The Emmy Award-winning animated series returns with a new short, featuring its most beloved characters, that answers lingering questions about the newest Dorothy Gale: will she return to Kansas, or stay in Oz with her new magical friends?
The team behind the Emmy Award-winning series shares its latest film, ‘Packing Magic,’ that picks up the story of Dorothy Gale, answering fan’s questions whether she’d return home to Kansas or start a new life among her magical friends and foes in the legendary world of Oz.
‘Maya and the Three,’ ‘Hilda and the Mountain King,’ and ‘City of Ghosts’ among top nominees in NATAS’ brand-new, standalone awards expansion; inaugural ceremonies slated for December 10-11.
The studio’s Canada-based VFX supervisor roster expands with former Rodeo FX supe; this follows the integration of Method Studios’ team, which recently added 6 VFX supervisors across the company’s Montreal and Vancouver locations.
Fans feast on first footage from the animated comedy during FOX Entertainment’s inaugural panel in support of the show.
The acclaimed creator of ‘Dexter’s Laboratory’ and ‘Samurai Jack’ reflects on the unique format and surprise success of ‘Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal,’ his Emmy Award-winning animated series about the friendship between a caveman and a T-Rex, whose second season debuts today on Adult Swim.
The Emmy Award-winning creator, producer and director returns with expanded versions of 2 of his most highly lauded animated series, to be produced by Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe.
‘Arcane,’ ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ ‘Rick and Morty,’ ‘The Simpsons,’ and ‘What If…?’ are nominated for Outstanding Animated Program; ceremony will be held Monday, September 12 on NBC, streaming live for the first time on Peacock.
The animated comedy from former ‘SNL’ star Amy Poehler and ‘The Simpsons’ veterans Mike Scully and Julie Thacker Scully will not return for a fourth season.
At the Netflix FYSEE event, Melinda Dilger, Jennifer Flackett, Kelly Galuska, and Emily Dean discussed their hit shows – ‘Arcane,’ ‘Big Mouth,’ ‘Human Resources,’ and ‘The Very Pulse of the Machine’ from ‘Love, Death + Robots’ – and their unlikely paths to success.
Annie makes a stand against Teen Zone after she feels gouged by their prices at Jing’s birthday party, and the kids face the repercussions; then Duncan sees Annie naked and visits a hypnotist to erase the memories – in 2 all-new episodes airing June 5 on FOX.
The Pixar co-founder and former Walt Disney Animation Studios president will serve alongside Twitch co-founder Kevin Lin and PDI co-founder Glenn Entis.
In the show’s May 22 episode, Jack and Duncan make a local plumbing commercial in hopes of increasing their wealth and status, and most importantly to impress Annie and Mia; but newfound fame goes to their head.
Leading technology company’s real-time visual collaboration platform provides the magic for new innovative storytelling experience from Emmy Award-winning creators of ‘Lost in Oz’ series.
Jack becomes jealous of Annie’s work husband and, out of spite, becomes friends with his husband - meanwhile, Mr. Mitch becomes Vice Principal and faces mandatory drug tests… uh oh!; Bowen Yang and Andrew Rannels make guest voice appearances in the new episode airing May 15 on FOX.
Duncan finds a knife while Jack and Annie discover they can sell their clothes online; singer Jessica Simpson and journalist Jake Tapper make guest-voice appearances in the new episode airing May 8 on FOX.
Creators Mike and Julie Scully talk about new characters, narrative world building, and shameless fan fawning that fuel Season 3 of their hit animated series, premiering on FOX Sunday, May 1.
In the show’s May 1 Season 3 premiere on FOX, Duncan and his friends visit a Twitch star’s private island, only to end up hunted in a viral event for charity, while Jack and Annie look through a photo album and Annie realizes Jack spent a night in jail that she didn’t know about.
New hires at the multiple Emmy Award-winning studio include Oscar nominee Erick Oh and Jony Chandra as directors, Brian Tinsman and Michael McCormick as games creative directors, and Hayley Porter as director of marketing.
Brigham Young University student team wins for animated series about a money-grubbing pirate and his oaf of a first mate; judged by Television Academy members, winners awarded a $3,000 cash prize.
The series’ last unsigned original star is finally on board to voice 20 new episodes, putting to rest a period of rocky contract negotiations.