At the recent SCAD AnimationFest, the streamer’s VP of Adult Animation Originals, who was honored with the festival’s Award of Excellence, shared that you must reach for the stars, take risks, dare to fail… and earn your fart joke.
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The show's animation workers become second NY group in the last 30 years to vote for representation by The Animation Guild, IATSE Local 839, following Titmouse’s historic vote in January 2022.
Australia’s rowdy party girls are back looking for fun times, new experiences, positive vibes, and hot guys in the bizarre town of Wollongong; created by ‘Smiling Friends’ Michael Cusack, ‘YOLO’ Season 2 is coming in January 2023.
Based on David Cronenberg’s infamous body horror film, the show will follow two women who must learn to work together to topple a vast conspiracy determined to bring them to heel.
Watch a trailer for the quirky new animated comedy adventure that follows Lloyd B Fly, a housefly and middle child living at home with his family of 451.
Now accessible via Flex pay-as-you-go product use system, the new, flexible version makes the industry standard 3D toolset more affordable and accessible to artists at smaller studios.
Everyone’s favorite colorful alien... family?... heads into spooky territory with ‘A Sinister Halloween Scary Opposites Solar Special,’ streaming this October on Hulu.
British Columbia’s only Oscar-accredited festival is back as a hybrid event, with an expansive program of talks, presentations, screenings, and career networking events, running October 27 – November 30; submissions still being accepted through September 16.
ASIFA-Hollywood’s celebration honors excellence in animation and returns in-person to UCLA’s Royce Hall in February 2023; entry deadline is December 13.
Voice cast and EPs join ‘Humans and Bots Unite in Transformers: EarthSpark’ panel at NY Comic Con in October ahead of the series' 10-episode streaming debut in November.
The streamer drops ‘Welcome to the Club’ to celebrate Disney+ Day, and announces the series’ unprecedented 33rd season will premiere on October 5.
Gary Russell, who partnered with BBC America to produce animated ‘Doctor Who’ serials from old footage, halts production due to lack of funds.
While the animated series revival still ‘has a very good chance’ of happening, it will not be on the network where it originally ran for 13 seasons, which is focusing its animation programming on new, fresh material that can be partially or completely owned.
Featuring 2D and 3DCG, along with stop-motion stylings, John Cohen and Mitch Watson’s series about a spirited, rebellious, and semi-incompetent sixth grader, based on Lincoln Peirce’s comics, harken back to a more risk-taking period in the network’s history.
This past Saturday and Sunday evenings, artistic and technical achievements in television were honored; the Riot Games and Netflix series led the animation pack with 4 Emmy nods, while Chadwick Boseman was celebrated with a posthumous Emmy for his voice work in Disney+’s What If…?
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.
Produced by ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ creator CD Projekt Red and Japanese animation house Studio Trigger, the anime series about a reckless street kid turned mercenary outlaw hits the streamer next month.
‘The Amber Ruffin Show’ writer and ‘Barbershop’ producer are the first names to join the upcoming adaptation of Hasbro’s classic ‘whodunnit’ board game from Fox Entertainment, eOne, and Bento Box Entertainment.
The Association of Japanese Animations’ ‘Anime Next 100’ project launches ‘Anime Taizen,’ an online archive referencing roughly 180,000 episodes from 15,000 titles.
Bruce Timm, J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves’ highly anticipated continuation of the highly influential mid-90s ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ will no longer move forward at the streamer but will be shopped to other networks.
The annual event returns in-person as well as online, running October 27 to November 30; the deadline to submit films is September 16.
There’s a new family in the town of Pawston… of cats! 8 all-new episodes of the show hit Netflix in September.
The tiny backyard foursome ventures home only to discover it has changed forever - together they must navigate this strange new land; 10 new episodes drop on Hulu and Peacock next month - watch the trailer!
The famed director’s twisted series gives new life to the ghoulish ‘Addams Family’ clan while charting the supernaturally infused mystery of Morticia and Gomez Addams’ angsty daughter’s years at the Nevermore Academy; coming to the streamer this Fall.