In the Emmy Award winner’s new TZGZ animated comedy series, a millennial finds himself running the Devil’s social media effort, working to get Hell trending while navigating familial and staffing challenges.
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Even Hell needs a social media manager; new animated series features a millennial whose Earthly job lands him the task of creating online ‘buzz’ for the devil.
The famed singer will appear as an embodiment of the Northern Lights in FOX’s new Molyneux sisters animated series the follows the Tobin family Alaskan adventures.
Virtual CAF 2020 showcases juried festival winners, panel talks, and presentations from Cartoon Saloon, Disney, DreamWorks, Framestore, ILM, Netflix, Titmouse and more!
A special festive episode of the new animated series to be included in the ‘Nickmas’ holiday-themed lineup on Nickelodeon.
First trailer and pics are here! Summer camp has never ‘sucked’ so bad! The angst, anxiety, and pubescent mania-driven kids of Netflix’s hit animated series return next month for more guilt, jealousy, and pillow sex.
Kramer Hoehn and Jody Jessop join Emmy Award-winning animation studio as head of production, Titmouse Canada, and the studio’s first recruiter, respectively; Jen Ray returns to LA as a director of series production.
Duo of El-P and Killer Mike fight a malicious killer robot police force in 2D short, directed by Sean Solomon, based on track from the band’s latest album, ‘RTJ4,’ currently #1 on the rap album chart and #4 on the Billboard Top Album Chart.
Based on the musician’s first 2020 musical offering, director Otto Tang’s haunting, black and white 2D/CG short examines a group of neighbors as they spiral through an abyss of repetition.
In collaboration with independent animation studios Oddbot, Powerhouse, Renegade, Six Point Harness and Titmouse, the two organizations are hosting an all-day virtual class headlined by award-winning director Matt Danner’s ‘Storyboarding 101;’ other lectures include ‘Storyboarding for Action’ and ‘Storyboarding for Adult Comedy.’
For creators Andrew Koehler and Benjamin Martian, Adult Swims’ satirical fantasy series about bold adventures and murderous quests proves you can still get plucked from obscurity and given an animated series… without a pitch.
Co-creator Duncan Trussell explains the process of marrying interviews from his ‘The Duncan Trussell Family Hour’ podcasts with animated visuals from the mind of ‘Adventure Time’ creator Pendleton Ward and the talented hands of Titmouse studio artists.
Adapted from Louise Fitzhugh’s famous novel, new kids’ series from The Jim Henson Company will star Golden Globe nominee Beanie Feldstein and Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch.
Prolific studio known for ‘Big Mouth’ and ‘Midnight Gospel’ joins the ranks of Starfleet, handling production on the inaugural season of Mike McMahan’s CBS All Access series, the first adult animated ‘Star Trek’ comedy in franchise history.
Jim and Brian Kehoe’s new adult comedy series, about Reynold’s unrequited love for Jackson, will be produced by Titmouse.
Starring Alan Tudyk and Asif Ali, new adult animation block show is network’s second original pilot to series order.
90-minute showcase of studio’s famed in-house animated shorts program will stream online for first time following postponement of planned Vancouver screening.
According to a just released industry white paper from producer John Evershed, TV animation finally seems poised to capture sizable new audiences outside its traditional comedy fan base.
Deal includes development of multiple adult animated series plus first look rights to any adult shows the Emmy Award-winning studio creates.
Creator Parker Simmons explores identity, friendship, and hybrid sky pirates in Cartoon Network and Titmouse’s Annie Award-nominated series, ‘Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart.’
The Los Angeles Animation Festival, which includes 10 hours of shorts competition, runs this Saturday and Sunday at the Mayflower Club in North Hollywood; this year's honoree is noted historian Jerry Beck.
Two seasons of fan-favorite Kickstarter funded series have been ordered; story-driven and world building digital media brand also signs first-look deal with Amazon Studios to develop new projects.
John Mulaney reprises his role as the porcine superhero, who fights both to eat a hot dog AND secure a more appropriate name for his new evil nemesis.