Known for his work as on the show as bounty hunter Dale Gribble, the talented actor and comedian died at home in Austin, Texas on August 8.
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Announced at Annecy 2023, the new animated comedy series from the famed ‘King of the Hill’ creators looks at big pharma’s secret knowledge of the ‘elixir of life;’ the show is produced by Bandera Entertainment.
The hit series' co-creator inks deal with Disney Branded Television, joining longtime creative partner Dan Povenmire to executive produce and voice direct all-new episodes of the award-winning animated show, which premiered in 2008 and became one of DTV’s most successful animated kids’ shows.
After getting turned down at FOX, co-creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels have taken their series resurrection plans elsewhere, along with the original voice cast that includes Kathy Najimy and Pamela Adlon; still set in the fictional town of Arlen, Texas, the show takes place in present-day U.S.A.
While the animated series revival still ‘has a very good chance’ of happening, it will not be on the network where it originally ran for 13 seasons, which is focusing its animation programming on new, fresh material that can be partially or completely owned.
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.
The co-creators of ‘King of the Hill’ will executive produce 10 episodes of Nicole Silverberg’s animated dark comedy through their new animation outfit, Bandera Entertainment.
The ‘Avoid Your Family ‘Family Guy’’ marathon kicks off Christmas morning and concludes January 2, offering fans more than 185 hours of Griffin family insanity.
The Emmy Award-winning producer, writer, and performer signs exclusive development and production agreement to create original animated programming for all WarnerMedia platforms.
Creator of iconic animated duo that defined a generation of disaffected, head-banging youth, signs deal for two new seasons and related spin-offs.
Mixing as many as 25 different music types, from Beethoven to Grimes, into an 11-minute episode, the veteran musician creates crazy tension through juxtaposing well-known tunes with the show’s graphic and violent images.
Packed weekend of animation events planned; portion of opening night party proceeds to benefit Women in Animation.
New deal with 20th Century Fox Television locks in exclusive streaming rights to ‘Family Guy,’ ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ ‘American Dad!,’ ‘The Cleveland Show’ and ‘Futurama.’
Francis promoted to Vice President, Current Series and Diversity; Dyste upped to VP Production and Artist Management.
Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Dana Walden reports on ‘a very preliminary conversation’ with series creators Greg Daniels and Mike Judge at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour.
‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ and ‘King of the Hill’ creator recognized for his outstanding contributions to the craft of animation writing.