Back for another go are the Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers and their brilliantly raunchy, violent, and rapid-fire gag-driven stop-motion comedy about a royal squire dealing with the reality his beloved kingdom is a hornet’s nest of horny monarchs, crooks, and charlatans… and now it’s broke; new season debuts December 10 on Hulu.
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Stewie, Lois, and Peter & Chris among characters and shows voted fan favorites as the streamer awards its best in adult animated TV.
New categories for 2021 include ‘Best Supporting Kid’ and ‘Freshest Fan Fave;’ vote now through July 22, winners will be announced July 26!
Platform announces new season of Steven Spielberg’s classis cartoon series 22 years after its last episode; and new semi-animated series inspired by life and work of artist Keith Knight.
‘Bob’s Burgers,’ ‘Archer,’ ‘Bless the Harts,’ ‘Duncanville,’ and ‘Solar Opposites’ receive multiple nominations in first-ever ‘Hilarious Animated Hulu Awards,’ that recognize the year’s best animated TV shows and characters currently streaming on the platform.
The Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers bring their signature fast-paced, raucous and violence-driven humor to a stop-motion world of evil kings, insatiable queens, and peasants caught in the crossfire.
Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan’s adult comedy gets Season 3 pickup; Tom Root and John Harvatine IV’s adult comedy launched last week gets Season 2 pickup.
From the warped recesses of two Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers comes stop-motion medieval mayhem of the most bloody and hilarious kind; 10-episode Season 1 drops June 12.
The irreverent (really?) show, written by Tom Root, will debut this coming winter as part of the network’s ‘Not So Silent Nights’ programming.
Animated comedy from ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers John Harvatine IV and Tom Root follows a peasant whose dream job as a knight falls short of expectations.
Michelle Trachtenberg breaks Black Saturn’s heart as the voice of Blood Moon in an all-new episode of Crackle’s ‘SuperMansion.’