Paramount+’s Emmy-nominated animated series, ‘Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News,’ reported on ‘breaking stories’ during the streamer’s ‘Peak’ Animation block panel presentations.
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Paramount+’s critically acclaimed daily news satire series welcomes animated host Kenneth Parsons, who will get up close and personal, in studio, with real life guests; June 11 debut features famed novelist Salman Rushdie.
Show returns for second season with March 4 special to celebrate rebranded streaming platform’s launch; new daily segments begin March 8.
For veteran voice actor Jeff Bergman, voicing President Trump on Showtime’s ‘seriously ridiculously political’ animated series helps ease the stress of keeping current with our 24/7 cycle of real news.
Quickly retooling their production in the face of COVID-19, executive producers R.J. Fried and Tim Luecke continue bringing us a sorely needed daily animated dose of hilarious political satire.
Production resuming remotely on animated variety news series from Stephen Colbert and Chris Licht; segments to stream Tuesday – Friday followed by full episode each week.
Daily segments mocking the latest news, from the creators and producers of Showtime’s ‘Our Cartoon President,’ launch March 16.
A new season of the savage, hilarious satire has kicked off on Showtime, exploring the critical question of who could become the next Cartoon President.
Veteran comedian and long-time voice of the show’s Indian immigrant convenience store owner is stepping down from the role.
Variety show from team behind Showtime’s ‘Our Cartoon President’ will feature daily and weekly segments mocking news of the day.
Showrunner R.J. Fried explains how Showtime’s biting satire on Donald J. Trump’s presidency is written, produced and defended.