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.
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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!
Launched December 19, the special 8-part collection streams in the leadup to the ‘Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2’ premiere on January 9, 2022.
Back for another go are the Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers and their brilliantly raunchy, violent, and rapid-fire gag-driven stop-motion comedy about a royal squire dealing with the reality his beloved kingdom is a hornet’s nest of horny monarchs, crooks, and charlatans… and now it’s broke; new season debuts December 10 on Hulu.
Studio’s new CG animated series, inspired by, and set 1,300 years after, the events of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise, premieres December 23 on Hulu and Peacock.
Featuring a theme song produced by Grammy-winning music producer Timbaland and his Beatclub team, the all-new animated sci-fi comedy premieres on CBC Kids Canada December 4.
On January 9, the popular anime launches in 200 countries, subtitled in eight languages, on Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu.
The Solars don’t understand the holidays, but that won’t stop them from trying! The Hulu Original Special Premiere: ‘A Very Solar Holiday Opposites Special’ streams November 22.
FX programming executive Kate Lambert reveals the creative decision-making ingredients that go into FXX’s acclaimed short film showcase.
Executive producer Gabe Swarr talks about the new 13-episode batch of crazy antics and unshakeable ‘earworms’ on Steven Spielberg and Warner Bros. Animation’s rebooted cartoon comedy classic, now streaming on Hulu.
The all-new series features a theme song produced by Grammy-winning music producer Timbaland and his Beatclub team; created by acclaimed artist Gyimah Gariba, the show will premiere exclusively in Canada on CBC Kids.
Yakko, Wakko and Dot are back in an all-new season of the crazy popular, mostly silly animated series; all 13 episodes of the Warner Bros. Animation hit begin streaming November 5.
The future of dragons is here in the all-new animated series, inspired by and set 1,300 years after the events of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise; show hits Hulu and Peacock on December 23.
Yakko, Wakko and Dot return November 5 in a brand-new season featuring big laughs and the occasional epic takedown of authority figures in serious need of an ego check.
The just concluded season of Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon’s Emmy Award-winning animated comedy gets its home entertainment release, complete with a bunch of special features.
For Augenblick Studios’ Aaron Augenblick, Branson Reese’s new series of animated shorts, about a twenty-something swan of low station and medium intelligence, is one of the funniest shows of his 20+ year career; Season 5 of the short film anthology premieres today on FXX.
Debuting today, Moonbug’s new 3D animated series follows the contagiously curious character embarking on fun and funny adventures in his Blippimobile; the educational show inspires kids to learn through discovery and play.
DreamWorks Animation’s hilarious new CG series continues mining comedy gold from the trials, tribulations, and shenanigans of the cohabitating Crood and Betterman families; now streaming on Peacock and Hulu.
Thanksgiving comes early this year, as we learn Sterling Archer will return for a new season filled with his lackadaisical, often inebriated and always hilarious navigation of the ever-changing spy world; Adam Reed’s Emmy Award-winning FXX animated series will be back in 2022 with 8 all-new episodes!
Hulu has shared with AWN two animated videos for the songs “Banana Hammock” and “Bonding” from “The Animaniacs Season One Soundtrack” released last month.
Make some noise! and check out the new season trailer and get ready for nonstop fun and new friends in an all-new set of hair-raising adventures; watch new episodes now on Peacock and Hulu.