Executive producers Courtney Solomon and Mark Canton get into the weeds about the creation and upcoming new season of their Tubi animated series.
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Our favorite fearless friends keep chasing their NYC dreams outside their Zoo habitat in seven all-new episodes coming to Hulu and Peacock on June 30.
At the Netflix FYSEE event, Melinda Dilger, Jennifer Flackett, Kelly Galuska, and Emily Dean discussed their hit shows – ‘Arcane,’ ‘Big Mouth,’ ‘Human Resources,’ and ‘The Very Pulse of the Machine’ from ‘Love, Death + Robots’ – and their unlikely paths to success.
The seasonal slate features over 50 titles of family-friendly fodder across all genres, with a healthy dose of animation.
The fan-favorite characters discuss inclusion, acceptance, respect, and love in a new video; the network continues its celebration of Pride with a weeklong programming block, ‘Proud to be You,’ kicking off June 27 with a week of themed episodes of ‘Steven Universe.’
The VFX and animation company expands upon its presence in the UK, Bulgaria, and across North America and India in response to global clients’ demands for creative services.
The classic anime has been reborn as a new series slated for release in 2023 via simulcast from Japan in more than 200 countries and territories; more details will be revealed July 2 at Anime Expo 2022.
Children’s book author/illustrator Niamh Sharkey and ‘Doc McStuffins’ producer Norton Virgien discuss their new CG animated series about a young girl inventor who uses creative ‘thinkering’ to modernize her dinosaur-filled community, premiering today on Disney Junior and Disney+.
Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem join voice cast on the upcoming Apple Original Films animated musical about a princess on a daring quest to save her family and kingdom.
The famous actor and long-time voice of Patrick Star discusses his slapstick spin-off series, SpongeBob’s early years, and the late, great Stephen Hillenburg.
Based on the hugely popular FOX series from creator Loren Bouchard, the animated, big-screen, musical comedy-mystery-adventure follows the Belchers trying to stay afloat as the family restaurant sinks.
Start popping that corn… it’s summer, and Lucasfilm and the LEGO Group have a new animated special just around the corner; set shortly after the events of ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,’ the latest entry in the popular branded cross-saga storytelling hits the streamer August 5.
Co-created by Joe Bennett and Charles Huettner, the adult animated sci-fi drama series, slated for release next year, debuted its first teaser last week at Annecy 2022.
The project will include comic creations from the early careers of notable animators before they became well-known, celebrating the shared history of the mediums.
Sneak Peeks, full episodes, a key cast announcement, appearances by Oscar-winning producers Roy Conli and Clark Spencer, and Disney Animation CCO Jennifer Lee’s acceptance of the Festival’s Honorary Cristal Award highlighted the studio’s special presentation this past Friday.
Films by Amandine Fredon & Benjamin Massoubre and Balázs Turai among 22 winners at the jam packed 46th festival edition that saw a record 13,248 badge holders from 106 countries.
The ‘Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law’ creator talks about his latest off-the-wall Adult Swim animated comedy – which begins its second season on June 19 – as well as the earliest days at Cartoon Network, the birth of ‘Harvey,’ and the creation of a new series for a new era.
Audiences enjoyed the first episode and trailer of the new CGI animated series, a co-production with Mikros Animation IP, France télévisions, and Tencent Video, that follows a gang of five unlikely heroes, thirsty for adventure and escape from their mundane life on a farm.
The 2D animated preschool series features a diverse group of bunny friends who must combine their superpowers to defend truth, justice, and free time to snack and chill; based on the popular comic book series by Jamie Smart, the show is scheduled to launch in 2024.
The director’s next big swing, after relinquishing his duties on ‘Fast X’ earlier this year, will be a feature film adaptation of the famed anime and manga.
Jack Black and James Hong reprise their roles as Po and his father, Mr. Ping, in the CG animated series coming to Netflix on July 14.
Guillermo del Toro, David Fincher, Henry Selick, and more joined the streamer’s Animation Showcase to rev the crowd, discuss their upcoming animated projects, and champion the power of the medium.
The millennial bird women return with more crazy antics in a new season of dating, working, and just plain coping; new episodes kick off July 10 on Adult Swim, followed by HBO Max debut on July 11.
Studio team, led by director Peggy Holmes, wows the appreciative festival crowd with a fun set of sneak peek sequences showcasing its ‘very first’ animated feature film, coming to Apple TV+ August 5.
It’s a big, impressive list of shows - Disney Television Animation, Disney Junior, and Disney Europe, Middle East & Africa's extensive lineup of new original programming will run across Disney+ and Disney-owned platforms; highlights include new series ‘Dragon Striker,' and 'The Doomies' as well as re-ups of fan-favorites such as 'Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life' and 'Marvel's Spidey and his Amazing Friends.'