ViacomCBS’ all-new series debut sees Chuckie’s attempt at bravery go horribly wrong; reimagined show, debuting May 27 on Paramount+, stars E.G. Daily, Nancy Cartwright, Cheryl Chase, Cree Summer, and Kath Soucie reprising their iconic roles.
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Furlicia throws it down in the wrestling ring in clip from animated musical about a wide-eyed half human half alligator boy who leaves the swamp and lands in New York City.
Ryan Crego spent over a decade developing his red-headed bayou crooner, who stars in a new animated musical alongside a group of misfits all looking for a place to belong, premiering on Netflix April 16.
Based on the children’s books series by Doreen Cronin, new CG animated series follows a trio of chicken siblings and their dog, Captain Tully, who use teamwork and critical thinking skills to solve problems; digital soundtrack, ‘Disney Junior Music: The Chicken Squad,’ featuring music from the series, also drops on May 14.
With an Annie Award nomination for the ‘Baritone Tea Part 1’ episode, artist Ben McLaughlin discusses how a brave, sweater-clad chicken’s unending optimism helped him board one wild, epic musical adventure.
Tony Hale, Natalie Morales, Anna Chlumsky, and Michael McKean among actors joining the original voice cast on Nickelodeon’s reimagined CG show, premiering this Spring on Paramount+, with a network release planned later in the year.
There’s a new CEO at Sebben & Sebben… and her misfit superhero clan promises droll humor and witty banter as they fight against irresponsible 20th century products; new half-hour comedy series premieres April 4.
From the creative minds of Tony Hale and DreamWorks Animation comes the animated series about a curious chicken who embraces life to the absolute fullest and 'yes, and's...' his way through everything; now streaming on Peacock.
Premiering today on Peacock, Emmy Award winner Tony Hale and DreamWorks Animation’s 2D animated comedy about the misadventures of a curious, loveable chicken is back with a new season of hijinks and heart.
The latest chapter of Emmy Award winner Tony Hale and DreamWorks Animation’s 2D animated comedy, about the misadventures of a curious, loveable chicken, moves over to NBCUniversal’s new streaming platform, premiering February 18.
Streamer announces new 2D movie and 20-episode follow-up series from creator Ryan Crego, coming in 2021.
Red Giant tools and Adobe After Effects help bring to life 9-year-old Eva Worley and dad Seth’s epic tale of a Jurassic struggle over ‘What’s for dinner?’; Emmy Award-winning Tony Hale lends his voice in a cameo appearance.
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.
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.
Emmy Award winner Tony Hale’s animated comedy about the misadventures of a curious, loveable chicken returns to Netflix on March 20.
‘Celebrity Deathmatch’ creator Eric Fogel brings the off-beat tales of Hale’s gangly, cheerful and boldly enthusiastic young chicken to life in the new Netflix Original Series from DreamWorks Animation.
New 2D animated comedy series, about a chicken whose adventures often go astray, premieres on Netflix September 6.
Matthew A. Cherry’s Kickstarter-funded film, about a father’s challenging quest to do his daughter’s hair, makes its North American debut in front of ‘The Angry Birds Movie’ sequel hitting theatres August 14.
Created by Tony Hale, the new animated comedy celebrates the joy of the journey, not just the destination.
Duke Caboom, Gabby Gabby and Ducky & Bunny are the latest examples of the studio’s unparalleled ability to create memorable and emotionally satisfying characters.
‘Fast & Furious: Spy Racers’ will launch in late 2019, while ‘Kipo & the Age of Wonderbeasts’ is coming in 2020.
Annie Award-winning ‘Gravity Falls’ director’s new ‘frog-out-of-water’ show, premiering June 17, is based on vacations he took as a kid to visit family in Bangkok, Thailand.