22 new episodes including a record 750th and not one but two ‘Treehouse of Horror’ Halloween outings premieres October 11.
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The 5th and final chapter of Matt Groening’s 2D animated comedy fantasy about the misadventures of hard-hitting, hard-drinking Queen Bean, hits the streamer in September.
Travel to a galaxy far, far away in the newest cross-promotional gem following the youngest Simpson as she hops in Grogu’s hovering pram for a hyperspace-bopping adventure, streaming exclusively on Disney+ May 4th.
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.
IATSE Local 839 claims the studio has denied its request to voluntarily recognize the group of workers, preferring a NLRB election where it is attempting to exclude production supervisors and production managers from voting based on their job titles.
Prime Video’s episodic drama about the elastic nature of reality bests ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Tuca & Bertie,’ and ‘Bob’s Burgers’ at the Sunday-night ceremony.
Streamer takes down ‘One Angry Lisa’ episode from its Season 34 offering, joining a previously removed episode from Season 16 which mentions Tiananmen Square.
The network orders two new seasons for each of the hugely popular Animation Domination series, all from 20th Television Animation, cementing the longest-running primetime animation block’s continued airing through the 2024-25 broadcast cycle.
Under the agreement, the Emmy Award-winning series’ co-creator and executive producer will oversee 40 new episodes as well as for a Season 2 renewal of ‘Hamster & Gretel,’ while also developing live-action projects.
FOX’s iconic series once again nabs multiple noms, with ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ last year's winner ‘Tuca & Bertie,’ and ‘Undone’ rounding out the list; winners to be honored at March 5 WGA awards ceremony.
Marge gets the best gift ever when Homer surprises her with a performance from Italian opera superstar Andrea Bocelli and family; the Christmas short streams December 15, kicking off the series’ 33-year anniversary celebration.
Submit ‘your creepiest, scariest, and most creative fan art of Krusty the clown;’ winning artwork to be aired during the end credits of this month’s special Halloween episode, ‘Treehouse of Horror Presents: Not It’ on FOX.
Nyx (Juno Temple from ‘Ted Lasso’) rallies the disarrays against Sprytes in a clip from the new season, which promises more whimsy with the wild, weird, and wonderfully epic adventures of Wolfboy, an imaginative oddball who discovers a strange realm at the center of the earth; the 2D animated series returns to Apple TV+ with all new episodes September 30.
The streamer promises more whimsy with the wild, weird, and wonderfully epic adventures of Wolfboy, an imaginative oddball who discovers a strange realm at the center of the earth; the 2D animated series returns this month with all new episodes.
Steve Carrell stars as the master of evil in Illumination’s newest entry in the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise; the CG animated comedy debuts exclusively on the streamer later this month.
The streamer drops ‘Welcome to the Club’ to celebrate Disney+ Day, and announces the series’ unprecedented 33rd season will premiere on October 5.
The network’s ‘animation domination’ continued this past weekend at Comic-Con 2022; release date and teaser announced for new season of Seth MacFarlane’s popular animated comedy coming this fall.
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 voluntary move by 20th Television Animation comes as TAG members ratify its 2021-2024 Master Agreement.
Steve Carell stars as Gru, the master of evil, whose origin story will be revealed, complete with how he met the hapless yellow jesters; the next installment of the ‘Despicable Me’ animated franchise comes to theaters on July 1.
Following in the footsteps of workers at Titmouse NY and LA, and ShadowMachine, the series’ production staffs file to join The Animation Guild and begin collective bargaining.
In the new episode premiering May 13 on Disney Junior, the gang meets Fig, a gnome friend who is deaf; the show joins other series, including ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘DreamWorks Madagascar: A Little Wild,’ and Apple TV’s ‘El Deafo,’ breaking ground for deaf representation, expanding inclusivity and promoting awareness.
Creators Mike and Julie Scully talk about new characters, narrative world building, and shameless fan fawning that fuel Season 3 of their hit animated series, premiering on FOX Sunday, May 1.
Disney+ drops key art for all-new ‘The Simpsons’ short with musical guest stars Eilish and FINNEAS; film hits the streamer April 22.