Claymation filmmaker Lee Hardcastle’s ‘Summer’s Sleepover’ animated short promises a trippy-horror-laden prelude to Halloween, airing October 30; more Season 6 episodes coming November 20.
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In a freewheeling group confab, the creators and stars of the two-time Emmy Award-winning animated sitcom herald the arrival of a new season, debuting September 4 on Adult Swim.
Our comic duo takes a crazy journey through space, time and the multiverse; in the new season, premiering next month, the pair are down on their luck… will they bounce back?
Coming this September, the two-time Emmy Award-winning animated comedy hits the multiverse with all-new episodes that pose the question: will they bounce back from Season 5 adversity, or get swept up in an ocean of piss?
The ‘Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law’ creator talks about his latest off-the-wall Adult Swim animated comedy – which begins its second season on June 19 – as well as the earliest days at Cartoon Network, the birth of ‘Harvey,’ and the creation of a new series for a new era.
The hugely popular show gets its own series following the success of anime shorts ‘Rick and Morty vs. Genocider’ and ‘Summer Meets God (Rick Meets Evil);’ both series will premiere on Adult Swim and HBO Max.
Newly promoted assistant GM and VP of business operations will also lead new music strategy arm for kids, Young Adults and Classics group; he is joined by new hire Michael Akiko who will run the new unit.
Veteran Adult Swim creative executive named SVP Anime and Action Series/Longform, will lead studios’ expansion into anime development, production, and programming; tenure begins with ‘The Lord of the Rings: The War of Rohirrim.’
Minor characters from network hits ‘Rick and Morty,’ ‘Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell,’ ‘Robot Chicken,’ and ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’ get their own shows, coming globally on digital platforms starting later this year.
Adult Swim to produce three new original films based on their hit series, coming first on Blu-ray and TVOD, followed by network and HBO Max premieres.
Suzanna Makkos to lead original comedy and animation for both brands; move solidifies Adult Swim’s position within company’s global multi-platform efforts.
Spin-off series from the hilarious world of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law follows a CEO Superhero trying to right the wrongs of her not so ‘green’ family business; new half-hour comedy series premieres April 4.
There’s a new CEO at Sebben & Sebben… and her misfit superhero clan promises droll humor and witty banter as they fight against irresponsible 20th century products; new half-hour comedy series premieres April 4.
New animated comedy series coming in 2021 is set in a mildly apocalyptic near-future Florida funeral home; the coming-of-age story is about second chances, death, and family.
Network veteran will continue as interim Head of Warner Bros. Kids, Young Adults and Classics Division, assuming new position this summer.
15-year company veteran will leave by end of year; Michael Ouweleen will take over on interim basis.