The Max animated series from Danny McBride, Green, and Josh Bycel described as ‘naughty’ and first revealed in 2021 is based on the iconic Topps trading card brand, launched in 1985 as a Cabbage Patch Kids parody.
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Studio teams with director Pete Candeland and graphic novelist Gris Grimly for a new take on Victor Frankenstein’s relationships with crime partner Elizabeth and their monstrous creation; show promises to break new ground in creating atmospheric horror.
Development deal will focus on content for young audiences drawing from both legacy content and new perspectives on lifestyle and design.
The 2D animated comedy follows two unhealthy snacks living in a world of organic noshes - with the end of their shelf life in site, the duo sets out to create the best bucket list ever.
New animated series is based on Roye Okupe’s graphic novel about a young Nigerian woman embued with superpowers who must use them to save humanity against an ancient curse.
The ‘SNL’ alum and ‘Our Flag Means Death’ star will voice the series’ protagonist, Plastic, but the character is not connected to a certain rumored DC feature.
Studio teams with Outlook Company’s animation projects incubator Neru Projects, selecting 6 individuals to learn how to collaborate with creative partners and develop original animated series ideas.
Under the agreement, ‘The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder’ director will develop animation and live-action content for Disney Television Animation and 20th Television Animation.
Together with creative company Slow Curve, the anime streamer and TV network will develop new original anime series for Japanese and global audiences; current collaboration, ‘Muv-Luv Alternative,’ will be released next month.
One of the industry’s most important TV pitching and co-production conference, this year’s event runs September 20-23, and will celebrate Portuguese animation and its emergence in global markets.
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.
The Irish animation studio and ‘The Late Late Toy Show’ star are developing a preschool series that explores the wonders of the galaxy while promoting empathy and friendship.
Running in person September 20-23, the high-profile pitching and networking event will feature 84 EU projects selected from 141 submissions; France leads with 33 selections from notable production companies including Dandelooo, Cyber Group Studios, and Studio 100 Animation.
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.
Animated show is based on iconic Topps trading card brand, launched in 1985 as a Cabbage Patch Kids parody.
The series creator discusses his show’s rollercoaster journey from humble webcomic to fan favorite and Season 2 renewal.
The Peabody, Emmy, and Humanitas Prize-winning children’s television screenwriter and producer (‘Doc McStuffins,’ ‘Vampirina’) shares the ambitious project lineup in development as part of her overall deal with the streaming giant.
Conrad Montgomery joins Nick as VP current series; internal promotions include Dana Cluverius to Senior VP current series, Claudia Spinelli to Senior VP development and Kelly Gardner to VP current series.
Companies enter exclusive first-look partnership focused on animation studio’s licensed and original IP.
Over 1,000 producers, investors, buyers and broadcasters attend 29th edition of leading European animation co-production platform, held September 10-13 in Toulouse.
Cartoon Forum wraps 29th edition in Toulouse, France with annual awards ceremony recognizing companies with a positive impact on the television animation industry.
Annual awards recognize projects and people whose achievements have positively influenced the TV animation industry.