The network’s ‘animation domination’ continued this past weekend at Comic-Con 2022; release date and teaser announced for new season of Seth MacFarlane’s popular animated comedy coming this fall.
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Sterling and Dysfunction Co return with 8 new episodes, followed the next day by the debut of Aubrey Plaza and Danny DeVito’s new animated comedy series about the Devil trying to gain custody of his daughter’s soul, all coming this August.
The voluntary move by 20th Television Animation comes as TAG members ratify its 2021-2024 Master Agreement.
Executive producers Courtney Solomon and Mark Canton get into the weeds about the creation and upcoming new season of their Tubi animated series.
Following in the footsteps of workers at Titmouse NY and LA, and ShadowMachine, the series’ production staffs file to join The Animation Guild and begin collective bargaining.
The award-winning ‘Family Guy’ creator’s upcoming live-action comedy for Peacock, about a foul-mouthed teddy bear whose moment of fame has long passed, serves as a prequel to both his ‘Ted’ films.
Cartoon Network’s popular series about two millennial bird women wins out over ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Bob’s Burgers’ and ‘Family Guy’ at Sunday’s virtual ceremony.
After generating significant criticism from the outset, the animated series about the British Royal Family from the eyes of the young royal, Prince George, will not return for Season 2.
Art direction and animation design expert brings multidisciplinary skills to studio’s expanding set of production, including motion design, character animation, and mixed media projects.
FOX shows nab 5 noms, with ‘Tuca & Bertie’ taking the sixth; winners to be honored at March 20 WGA awards ceremony.
The ‘Avoid Your Family ‘Family Guy’’ marathon kicks off Christmas morning and concludes January 2, offering fans more than 185 hours of Griffin family insanity.
Woody Harrelson, John Goodman and Tiffany Haddish lead the cast of streamer’s first foray into adult animation; 8-episode show, based on cult classic comic, chronicles a trio of stoners reawakening after a 50-year catnap.
Audiences claim the crude depiction of the British royal family’s children goes too far, and not even the voice actors are safe from their ire.
In a surprise move, the streamer will drop all 12 episodes - at 12:01 PST on July 29 - of its satirical animated series about Prince George and his British royal family, which had been put on hold to retool following the death of Prince Philip earlier this year; official trailer and key art also released.
Stewie, Lois, and Peter & Chris among characters and shows voted fan favorites as the streamer awards its best in adult animated TV.
New categories for 2021 include ‘Best Supporting Kid’ and ‘Freshest Fan Fave;’ vote now through July 22, winners will be announced July 26!
Gary Janetti’s satirical animated series that follows a sassy Prince George and his British royal family is respectfully put on hold, as the series depicts the Queen’s late husband in an unflattering light.
According to veteran producer John Evershed, streamers and broadcasters have ordered more than 100 new series across different genres, an incredible 100% increase from a year ago.
The actor is reaching out to make amends for his inherently racist and insulting voice work as the show’s Kwik-E-Mart owner, which for three decades he portrayed with an outrageously exaggerated Indian accent.
Emily Spivey’s animated comedy about a group of broke Southerners struggling for the American dream of status and wealth will not return after finishing its second season run this May.
29-year Fox TV veteran, who has worked on over 2,400 episodes at the studio, will lead Disney TV’s newly formed production unit devoted entirely to the studio’s animated TV properties, including ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Central Park,’ ‘Solar Opposites,’ and upcoming ‘Koala Man.’
Network airing special preview episode of the Molyneux sisters’ new comedy; Animation Domination returns February 14 featuring new episodes of ‘Bless the Harts;’ ‘The Simpsons;’ ‘The Great North;’ ‘Bob’s Burgers;’ and ‘Family Guy.’
Series creator Gary Janetti (‘Family Guy’) announces the ‘Game of Thrones’ star’s addition to his A-List cast on the upcoming satirical comedy series based on the British royal family.