In another Annecy 2021 reveal, the streamer announces an even edgier and ‘adult-ier’ series about the Hormone Monster, Depression Kitties, and other creatures from the highly-acclaimed series that help humans as they journey through life.
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The ‘Gravity Falls’ creative director’s TV production skills got a thorough workout, and then some, in his animated feature film directing debut, now streaming on Netflix.
Distinctively styled 2D, 3DCG, and live-action, integrated with a highly personal and relatable story, give Mike Rianda and Jeff Rowe’s new apocalyptic comedy adventure a uniquely ‘human’ touch.
Josie and the Pussycats return from space, as ‘Robot Chicken’ gives Riverdale High its own stop-motion special; parody premieres May 23.
Premiering April 30th, animated comedy from the Oscar-winning ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ producers tells the story of a dysfunctional family’s fight to reconnect… and save the world from a robot apocalypse.
First trailer and pics are here! Summer camp has never ‘sucked’ so bad! The angst, anxiety, and pubescent mania-driven kids of Netflix’s hit animated series return next month for more guilt, jealousy, and pillow sex.
Deal renewing series from childhood friends Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg also calls for development of new animated film and TV projects.
TBS sci-fi comedy adventure, along with WarnerMedia’s ‘Mike Tyson Mysteries’ and ‘Jabberjaw,’ to launch on Ellation’s fan-focused streaming platform.
Network confirms end of Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano adult animated comedy about the woes and life crises of New York’s many lesser creatures.
The writers, EPs and stars of HBO’s adult animated series discuss the evolution of the show ahead of its Season 3 premiere on August 3.
Fred Armisen, Vincent D'Onofrio, Jared Padalecki, Marcus D’angelo, Melissa Disney and Dana Snyder voice roles in the English dub of Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol’s ‘Phantom Boy,’ which begins its theatrical run in New York on July 15th and Los Angeles on July 22nd.
Four-night holiday miniseries created by ‘Regular Show’ supervising producer Sean Szeles is based on his Emmy Award-winning animated short.