Mindy Kaling’s animated series mixes old school and new school hijinks as it explores the origin story of Mystery Inc.’s brainiest, most underappreciated member, Velma Dinkley; show debuts January 12 on HBO Max.
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Mindy Kaling’s ‘Scooby-Doo’ spin-off follows the origin story of the Mystery Inc. gang’s underappreciated brainy member Velma Dinkley; Glenn Howerton, Sam Richardson and Constance Wu join the cast.
Streamer announces Season 2 of its popular series is in production at Disney Television Animation ahead of its April 20 Season 1 finale.
The streamer kicks off the new year with a heartwarming 3-part animated series about a young girl who finds her inner superhero as she copes with losing her hearing; all episodes premiere January 7.
Netflix’s new animated musical preschool series from the prolific Peabody, Humanitas, NAACP, and Emmy Award-winning ‘Doc McStuffins’ creator brings diversity, inclusivity, and representation to the adventures of a courageous and curious kid living inside a natural history museum.
In a new era of preschool entertainment, the Emmy Award-winning 'Doc McStuffins' creator's animated series leads the way in representation, diversity, and inclusivity; watch the first episode now on Netflix Jr. YouTube – all episodes start streaming July 13.
For executive producer Tom Rogers, his ‘egg-citing’ new series, premiering today, about three chicken siblings and their rescue dog mentor, is all about having fun and learning how to help your friends, neighbors, and family.
Josie and the Pussycats return from space, as ‘Robot Chicken’ gives Riverdale High its own stop-motion special; parody premieres May 23.
Based on the children’s books series by Doreen Cronin, new CG animated series follows a trio of chicken siblings and their dog, Captain Tully, who use teamwork and critical thinking skills to solve problems; digital soundtrack, ‘Disney Junior Music: The Chicken Squad,’ featuring music from the series, also drops on May 14.
Executive producers Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley and Nick Filippi talk about the new season of their Emmy Award-nominated animated series, which premieres today on Disney XD and DisneyNOW, and how the Big Hero 6 team faces off against a new villain and his team of evil mascot robots.
Based on the Oscar-nominated film ‘Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron,’ DreamWorks’ series hits Netflix September 4.
Hiro and his team return to face off against Noodle Burger Boy and his team of evil robots in all new episodes of the Emmy Award-nominated show, based on the Oscar-winning ‘Big Hero 6’ animated feature.
Adapted from Louise Fitzhugh’s famous novel, new kids’ series from The Jim Henson Company will star Golden Globe nominee Beanie Feldstein and Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch.
Episodes handpicked by series co-creator Matt Weitzman begin airing today, April 14, culminating with his favorite 15 coming April 27.
Now in its 15th year, the satirical animated comedy will celebrate its milestone 300th episode on September 14.
Emmy Award winner Tony Hale’s animated comedy about the misadventures of a curious, loveable chicken returns to Netflix on March 20.
Emmy Award-winning preschool series to feature celebrity guests, including Carol Kane as Zooli, the new guppy in the class.
From evolving story points to deleted scenes, directors Rich Moore & Phil Johnston and producer Clark Spencer delve into some of the tough decisions they made on their Oscar-nominated feature, now available on Movies Anywhere, Blu-ray and DVD.
Look behind-the-scenes as Ralph and Vanellope prepare to say goodbye; Movies Anywhere digital film release set for February 12, with Blu-ray and DVD coming February 26.
Walt Disney Animation Studios sequel delivers second-largest Thanksgiving five-day gross of all time.
Re-teaming as co-directors, Johnston and Moore push every boundary they can in ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet,’ the long-awaited sequel to Disney’s 2012 hit animated comedy adventure.
‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ celebrates Internet Day with a brand-new clip, ‘KnowsMore,’ a new video featuring Sarah Silverman called ‘Happy Birthday Internet,’ and an international poster rollout on Disney.com and Oh My Disney.
Disney’s environments team had their hands full turning the net’s abstract vastness into a relatable and appealing digital world.
Latest trailer for the upcoming ‘Wreck-it Ralph’ sequel, which opens in theatres November 21, introduces fierce crew of racers from online Slaughter Race game.