Created by Steve Conrad, the stop-motion animated series is slated for Summer 2021 release; all-star voice lineup includes John C. Reilly, Da’vine Joy Randolph, Jimmi Simpson, Bebe Neuwirth, Melissa Villaseñor, and Jason Mantzoukas.
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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment delivers all 10 episodes from Adult Swim’s Season 1 of the iconic director’s tale of an unlikely friendship between a caveman and a dinosaur trying to survive in a violent, primordial world; the Blu-ray and DVD feature exclusive behind the scenes interviews – now available in Digital.
Popular anime series slated for video release include ‘Jujutsu Kaisen;’ ‘God of High School;’ ‘Tower of God;’ ‘In/Spectre;’ and ‘Burn the Witch.’
Spin-off series from the hilarious world of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law follows a CEO Superhero trying to right the wrongs of her not so ‘green’ family business; new half-hour comedy series premieres April 4.
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.
Transmedia startup Voltaku, fueled by an Epic MegaGrant, begins development on animated series about two siblings’ adventures in a futuristic megacity, directed by Oscar-nominee Ruairi Robinson and penned by ‘Spine of Night’ director Philip Gelatt.
Elaine Bogan directs the latest chapter in the ‘Spirit’ franchise, about a headstrong girl who finds a kindred spirit in a wild Mustang, being released by Universal exclusively in theatres on June 4.
Nominated animated shorts include ‘I, Barnabé,’ ‘The Great Malaise,’ and ‘4 North A;’ winners will be announced and honored at a series of events set for May 17-20.
Isabela Merced, Julianne Moore, Jake Gyllenhaal, Andre Braugher, and Walton Goggins star in director Elaine Bogan’s animated adventure about a headstrong girl longing to belong; coming to theatres June 4.
Season 5 will hit the Adult Swim airwaves on the newly named Multiverse Holiday; fans can get a look at sneak peeks, behind the scenes footage and digital surprises; watch the new trailer for a run-down of special events on this special day.
The debut season of Paramount+’s new original animated comedy is being released on Blu-ray, DVD, and limited edition SteelBook with two hours of special features including ‘Lower Decktionary’ shorts and ‘Hiding in Plain Sight,’ that addresses the burning question… ‘What’s up with the Easter eggs?’
New original animated series kicks off with a 70-minute special Disney+ premiere on May 4; the new show stars an elite squad of experimental clones, introduced in the final season of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars,’ who vary genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army… and they’re BAD.
‘Hero Elementary’ kicks off on World Autism Awareness Day with a half-hour special; other special series episodes highlight autism acceptance including ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ and ‘Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum.’
Epic Story Media teams up with Milkcow Media on an all-new stop-motion / CG show that illustrates the power of roleplay and imagination; in the series, Piper and her friends make up stories about their toy horses, that magically come to life.
29-year Fox TV veteran, who has worked on over 2,400 episodes at the studio, will lead Disney TV’s newly formed production unit devoted entirely to the studio’s animated TV properties, including ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Central Park,’ ‘Solar Opposites,’ and upcoming ‘Koala Man.’
In the show’s final episodes, old friends Mini-Gi and Ryan must explore the inner puzzles of the Infinity Train – and their relationship – in order to return home, together.
The popular animated preschool series take kids on adventures with the Dino crew as they explore their world, overcome fears, and learn to solve problems together; new episodes feature a whole ‘clutch’ of new friends.
Streaming giant doubles down on commitment to worldwide anime fans; up to 40 titles coming this year including the highly anticipated global release of ‘Record of Ragnarok’ and ‘RESIDENT EVIL: Infinite Darkness.’
Based on Margaret Wise Brown’s iconic 1942 children’s book, Amy Schatz and Maciek Albrecht’s 2D musical special, now playing on HBO Max, is a gentle tale of a little bunny who eventually realizes there’s no place like home.
The sci-fi star voices Rick, the scruffy owner of a beat-up van parked in front of the Green’s house, in new episode premiering March 27; Emmy-nominated animated comedy was recently renewed for a third season on Disney Channel.
Africa’s first kid superhero animated series, executive produced by the Oscar-Winning actress and author and produced by Nairobi studio Kukua, drops five all-new episodes on YouTube Originals for Kids & Family.
The voice of Malory Archer, the FXX hit show’s acerbic, biting, and hilariously strident spymaster, also known for her work as matriarch Lucille Bluth on ‘Arrested Development,’ passes away at her New York home.
For composers and partners Graeme Cornies, James Chapple, and Brian Pickett, scoring for shows like ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ and ‘Bakugan’ is more than mere child’s play.