From its creator, Michael Cusack, to its regional setting and new star voice actor, the series about an odd small-town crime fighter is shaping up to be an Aussie-native affair.
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Showrunners Mike McMahan and Josh Bycel discuss the secrets of edgy joke writing, the specialness of family – even for Shlorpians - and what to look forward to in the third season of their alien-centric, Middle America-set animated sitcom, now streaming on Hulu.
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.
Thomas Middleditch, Sean Giambrone, and Mary Mack mix heartfelt emotion and unapologetic raunch in their characters, Terry, Yumyulack, and Jesse, as they deal with their manic team leader Korvo, voiced by Justin Roiland, on his and Mike McMahan’s wickedly funny animated series; the new season debuts tomorrow, July 13, on Hulu.
VFX producer Brooke Noska helped 14 vendors deliver more than 7,000 shots in the long awaited third season of Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi comedy adventure, streaming exclusively on Hulu.
The colorful aliens are back, trying harder than ever to make the jump from ‘team’ to ‘family’ – but they can’t agree on anything! All-new episodes hit Hulu on July 13.
Our favorite fearless friends keep chasing their NYC dreams outside their Zoo habitat in seven all-new episodes coming to Hulu and Peacock on June 30.
Creator and star Seth MacFarlane says the sci-fi series’ move from FOX to Hulu better served its character-driven comedy.
Blair Butler, a seasoned horror screenwriter who also produced Hulu and Marvel’s ‘Hellstrom’ series, is working on a new version of the script.
Inspired by the hit film, ‘The Croods: A New Age,’ the CG animated series follows the Croods and the Bettermans, who go from sparring rivals to unlikely friends fraught with misadventures; new episodes hit Peacock and Hulu on June 2.
Patton Oswalt and Jordan Blum’s stop-motion comedy series – produced by Stoopid Buddy Stoodies - about a megalomaniacal supervillain who gets ousted from his own evil organization, is done after only one season at the streamer.
Set 1,300 years after the events of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise, the series follows a group of misfit kids who must protect the secret of where dragons have been hiding; all new episodes stream on Hulu and Peacock May 5.
Directing duo Matt and Paul Layzell - the Layzell Bros - discuss their new, immersive, 3D animated kid’s series that unites linear and interactive storytelling through videogame-style overworld maps, premiering April 19 on Netflix.
Take a walk on the wild side as the fearless team of Alex, Marty, Melman, and Gloria return April 4 with brand-new episodes on Peacock and Hulu; Fortune Feimster and Patrick Warburton guest star.
‘The Dawn of Humanity,’ the finale of the hugely popular anime series, will be simulcast from Japan Sunday, April 3 on Crunchyroll and Funimation, with the English dub following on May 1.
The animated show about a super powered kitten allows kids to navigate their own adventures and unlock new chapters in the story; created by the ‘Layzell Bros,’ the show hits the streamer worldwide on April 19.
The CG animated comedy, inspired by the hit film, ‘The Croods: A New Age,’ follows the Croods and the Bettermans as they learn to live with each other on prehistory’s most idyllic farm; new episodes hit Peacock and Hulu on April 5.
Project finally comes to fruition after helmer’s idea stayed stuck in producer Ridley Scott’s head for many years.
Creators John Hodgman and David Rees spill the beans about their adult animated sitcom, whose second season is now streaming on FX and Hulu.
The series’ last unsigned original star is finally on board to voice 20 new episodes, putting to rest a period of rocky contract negotiations.
The forthcoming horror-thriller from 20th Century Studios and ‘Host’ director Rob Savage has begun shooting in New Orleans; film set to stream on Hulu in 2023.
Taylor K. Shaw, CEO and founder of the visionary studio dedicated to providing opportunities for women of color, and Arts & Animation Director Buki Bodunrin talk about their contributions to the Black History Month series ‘Your Attention Please,’ now streaming on Hulu.
Branch picks a new nickname; will it give him the ‘street cred’ and respect he wants? Season 6 debuts today with all-new episodes on Peacock and Hulu.