Creator and Executive Producer R.J. Fried talks about the Emmy-nominated animated series, whose third season debuts tonight, October 5, on Comedy Central.
Tagged With: Tim Luecke
The late-night TV show host’s Emmy-nominated satirical animated news program returns on a new network with new stories of the day reported by animated anchors discussing topical issues with real-life political analysts, newsmakers, and media figures; new episodes kick off next month.
The eight-episode adult animation series is executive produced by Stephen Colbert, and skewers small-town Americana à la ‘South Park.’
Premiering this fall, ‘Fairview’ and ‘Washingtonia’ build on the network’s long history of political satire and further expand MTV Entertainment’s commitment to Adult Animation.
Paramount+’s Emmy-nominated animated series, ‘Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News,’ reported on ‘breaking stories’ during the streamer’s ‘Peak’ Animation block panel presentations.
Paramount+ announces July 23 panel with inaugural cast of new adult animated comedy; Stephen Colbert’s animated satirical news show plans special screening on Comic-Con’s YouTube channel.
Paramount+’s critically acclaimed daily news satire series welcomes animated host Kenneth Parsons, who will get up close and personal, in studio, with real life guests; June 11 debut features famed novelist Salman Rushdie.
New season of the satirical animated series kicks off with a half-hour special to celebrate the streaming service’s rebranding; Season 2 welcomes several new analysts and two new segments.
Show returns for second season with March 4 special to celebrate rebranded streaming platform’s launch; new daily segments begin March 8.
Latest version, now available, includes new features designed to enable accelerated workflows and real-time performance capture.
Quickly retooling their production in the face of COVID-19, executive producers R.J. Fried and Tim Luecke continue bringing us a sorely needed daily animated dose of hilarious political satire.
Production resuming remotely on animated variety news series from Stephen Colbert and Chris Licht; segments to stream Tuesday – Friday followed by full episode each week.
Daily segments mocking the latest news, from the creators and producers of Showtime’s ‘Our Cartoon President,’ launch March 16.
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honors pioneering software system used for live performance-based animation.
Variety show from team behind Showtime’s ‘Our Cartoon President’ will feature daily and weekly segments mocking news of the day.