Live-action puppet comedy series, coming to Nickelodeon in 2021, features a fierce female warrior on a quest to free her brother; show is co-created by the ‘Trolls’ and ‘The LEGO Move 2: The Second Part’ director and ‘Sid the Science Kid’ puppet master.
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15-year veteran joins leadership team in new B.C. division, bringing expertise in management and collaboration to studio’s growing network of work-from-home teams of artists.
The new season of Genius Brands’ popular animated series comes to Nick Jr.’s ‘Sunday Girls Rule’ block with a special Halloween-themed episode.
Based on StudioCanal’s animated feature, ‘The House of Magic,’ the animated comedy series has secured partnerships with M6 and Canal+.
New schedule announced for upcoming home entertainment releases of ‘Bugs Bunny 80th Anniversary Collection’ and ‘The Flintstones: The Complete Series’ on Digital, Blu-Ray and DVD.
With the rallying cry, ‘Oh f*ck, it’s Peacemaker!” streaming giant greenlights action-adventure-comedy series that explore the origins of character Cena plays in upcoming ‘The Suicide Squad’ film, a man who believes in peace at any cost, including lives.
Scandal and intrigue at the North Pole means there’s a twisted power struggle afoot for the venerable red suit, in the edgy-new animated comedy from Yeti Farm Creative.
Online offerings running October 24-November 1 to include full shorts program; a session with Welsh animator, Simon Chong, currently a director on Fox’s ‘Bob’s Burgers;’ and a behind the scenes look at, ‘Heart of Darkness,’ the world’s first sand-animated feature film.
‘Hawaii Five-0’s Detective Chin Ho Kelly lends his voice to Mr. Hong on the September 25 episode of Nickelodeon’s popular animated series.
Executive producers Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley and Nick Filippi talk about the new season of their Emmy Award-nominated animated series, which premieres today on Disney XD and DisneyNOW, and how the Big Hero 6 team faces off against a new villain and his team of evil mascot robots.
For producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Netflix’s seven-episode anime adaptation of Capcom’s 2012 video game is much more than just one man’s quest to slay the dragon that killed his family.
It’s creepy, it’s campy, and it’s got Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as a married couple living in the idealized suburbs… what could go wrong?
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.
Disney originals premiering this season include ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,’ ‘Once Upon a Snowman,’ and the highly anticipated ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2.
‘The Ultimate Collection’ limited edition also being released features 160-page hardback series bible, soundtrack CD, special portfolio and the pilot film that inspired the series; watch the trailer and unboxing videos now!
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.
‘Black Dynamite’s Carl Jones will serve as creator, executive producer and showrunner on new series; other executive producers include Seth MacFarlane and Stephen Curry.
10 new classic-styled 2D shorts, starring Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto, will debut this November.
Led by VFX supervisor Mitch Drain, the studio delivered a wide variety of visual effects shots across six episodes, including a crazy, shapeshifting creature inspired by Google DeepDream.
TBS treats fans with tributes, trivia, and ‘The Many Faces of Roger Marathon’ to celebrate series becoming the 25th scripted primetime show, in the history of television, to reach 300 episodes.
Inspired by the life and work of artist Keith Knight, new series uses talking animated objects to illustrate the sudden awareness of racism by a newly ‘woke’ Black cartoonist.
17 years after his pilot first aired, creator Christopher McCulloch acknowledges on Twitter that his show will not be returning for an eighth season.
The network’s Sunday night block of hit animated series returns with new seasons of ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Bless the Harts,’ ‘Bob’s Burgers’ and ‘Family Guy,’ on September 27.