20 episodes of the popular but canceled Paramount+ animated series will stream at its new home on December 25.
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Season 1 to stream later in 2023, while Season 2, which was in production when canceled at Paramount+ this summer, will debut in 2024.
Starring Jameela Jamil, Brad Garrett, America Ferrera, and Yonas Kibreab, the intergalactic misadventure blasts off in theaters Spring 2024.
Visual Effects supervisors Shannon Justison and Dadi Einarsson reveal how the stunning visuals were brought to life on the studio’s first CG character-led series.
The new spot cues fans into everyday struggles one might expect as a single, 30-something, superhuman lawyer.
Creators Kevin and Dan Hageman and director Ben Hibon talk about the conception and production of the first ‘Star Trek’ series geared specifically to kids, premiering today on Paramount+.
Streamer’s NY Comic Con panels reveals the highly anticipated new CG series’ Kathryn Janeway hologram and just added voice cast members; show premieres October 28 with a one-hour special episode, ‘Lost & Found.’
Inspired by India’ cultures and customs, the second season of the popular preschool animated series includes special episodes highlighting the Eid al-Fitr holiday and festivals of Teej and Dasara; Season 1 streams on Disney+ April 30.
Scrooge, Donald, and the triplets can’t catch a break while treasure hunting in the first of three new ‘Chibi Tiny Tales’ shorts Disney is releasing in the leadup to the ‘DuckTales’ series finale on March 15.
David Tennant, Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz, Bobby Moynihan, Kate Micucci, Beck Bennett, Toks Olagundoye, and Paget Brewster meet for last time as Disney Series wraps production after 75 episodes and 15 shorts; 90 minute finale airs March 15 on Disney XD and DisneyNOW.
Interspersed with show clips, Kal Penn, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Aasif Mandvi, Karen David, Parvesh Cheena, Sonal Shah, and Leela Ladnier talk about the upcoming Diwali holiday and what it means to them.
For producer Scott Kreamer, Steven Spielberg’s iconic franchise has always been about kids, but in the new Netflix and DreamWorks Animation series, this time, they’re all alone with no adults around to save them.
DreamWorks Animation’s animated series based on the blockbuster film, ‘Jurassic World,’ premieres September 18.
DreamWorks Animation announces cast and drops teaser for their new action-adventure series inspired by Universal and Amblin Entertainment’s hit franchise.