Back for another go are the Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers and their brilliantly raunchy, violent, and rapid-fire gag-driven stop-motion comedy about a royal squire dealing with the reality his beloved kingdom is a hornet’s nest of horny monarchs, crooks, and charlatans… and now it’s broke; new season debuts December 10 on Hulu.
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The free two-day global virtual event, set for November 12-13, will host panels and watch parties featuring fan-favorite animated series including ‘Rick and Morty,’ ‘Squidbillies,’ ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force,’ and highly anticipated new series ‘Blade Runner: Black Lotus’ and ‘Smiling Friends.’
Director Sean Pecknold used hand-crafted stop-motion animation and a multiplane camera to capture a young hawk’s struggle to fly with a broken wing; short premiered September 21 at a GRAMMY Museum retrospective featuring band frontman Robin Pecknold.
Adult Swim’s hilarious stop-motion comedy series is back, and no one is spared – crazy antics and character parodies range from Joe Exotic and Peppa Pig to the farthest reaches of pop culture… and the force; new season debuts September 6.
Stop-motion animated series, set to original music, is the first that allows the public to own a piece of the show, both digitally and physically; watch the debut short ‘Level 1’ for an introduction to the world of Character X.
Celebrate 30 years of ‘Rugrats’ with the full 26-disc series collection; special bonus features include ‘Runaway Reptar,’ ‘All Growed Up,’ and ‘Babies in Toyland.’
Even Hell needs a social media manager; produced by Psyop, the adult animated comedy, featuring a millennial whose Earthly job lands him the task of creating online ‘buzz’ for the devil, drops its entire first season June 7.
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.
Josie and the Pussycats return from space, as ‘Robot Chicken’ gives Riverdale High its own stop-motion special; parody premieres May 23.
In the Emmy Award winner’s new TZGZ animated comedy series, a millennial finds himself running the Devil’s social media effort, working to get Hell trending while navigating familial and staffing challenges.
Even Hell needs a social media manager; new animated series features a millennial whose Earthly job lands him the task of creating online ‘buzz’ for the devil.
Master puppeteer and creature effects veteran will bolster studio’s expansion; credits include iconic productions such as ‘Spider-Man 2,’ ‘Anomalisa,’ and ‘Robot Chicken.’
Former Netflix executive appointed to oversee day-to-day production of studio’s growing slate, which includes Adult Swim's Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken,’ Hulu’s ‘Crossing Swords,’ and ‘Mega City Smiths’ for AMC.
Emmy Award-winning Mike Tyson Mysteries and Nobodies writer/producer will develop original animated projects across all WBA platforms; his ‘Keeping Up with the Joneses’ gets presentation order.
Creator Steve Conrad will serve as showrunner on new show, which uses baby dolls as grown up characters investigating a famous magnate’s mysterious disappearance.
The multiple Emmy and Annie Award-winning director, producer, and co-creator of the famed Adult Swim series shares a behind-the-scenes look of the upcoming 200th episode.
The Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers bring their signature fast-paced, raucous and violence-driven humor to a stop-motion world of evil kings, insatiable queens, and peasants caught in the crossfire.
Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan’s adult comedy gets Season 3 pickup; Tom Root and John Harvatine IV’s adult comedy launched last week gets Season 2 pickup.
From the warped recesses of two Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers comes stop-motion medieval mayhem of the most bloody and hilarious kind; 10-episode Season 1 drops June 12.
The irreverent (really?) show, written by Tom Root, will debut this coming winter as part of the network’s ‘Not So Silent Nights’ programming.
All three seasons of Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon’s hit animated series, currently streaming on Hulu, will join ‘South Park’ for next spring’s launch of WarnerMedia’s new steaming platform.
All 23 Seasons of Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s revered animated comedy, plus three upcoming new seasons, will begin streaming on the new platform in June 2020.
Missing limbs and whimsical despair abound as Belle serenades her ‘beloved, disgusting town’ in this hilarious ‘Beauty and the Beast’ takeoff, from the upcoming episode airing Sunday, October 13 on Adult Swim.