Tagged With: TV Animation
Tencent-backed sci-fi show illustrates growing VOD audience for innovative creative efforts aimed at adults.
Veteran artist was creative force behind Adult Swim series about the exploits of fictional death metal band ‘Dethklok.’
98.7% membership ‘Yes’ vote supports guild fight to win scale wages and residuals for animated programs made for streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon.
Award-winning classic to relaunch as Nickelodeon and Paramount announce production on 26-episode animated series and live-action / CG hybrid feature.
A longtime collaborator with director Genndy Tartakovsky, production designer Scott Wills helps bring a 2D sensibility to CG production in Sony’s latest animated comedy feature.
Two interactive activations coming to San Diego next week will prime fans for upcoming Season 22 premiere.
New 22-episode CGI TV series will follow release of animated feature set to deliver in October, 2019.
Wages and residuals for animated work on Netflix, Amazon and other streaming platforms at heart of negotiation battle.
Original animated preschool comedy series set to air in U.S., Australia-New Zealand, Korea and India.
Deal for 757 half hours of animated and live-action content includes current development slate and rights to future seasons.
Underperforming Nickelodeon show will shut its Palace Theatre doors less than a year after December opening.
Italian association of animation producers issues appeal of solidarity with French animation industry against planned kids channel closing.
New series from UK team behind award-winning hit ‘The Amazing World of Gumball’ starts production in September.
Two new animated films based on hit pre-school series slated for Chinese theatres with Netflix releasing internationally.
LAAF, running Nov 30-Dec 2, will recognize Emmy award-winning Titmouse founder for his ground-breaking achievements in animation.
Studio’s 1,800 square-foot booth to feature hidden ‘Turtles’ lair and towering New York cityscape to showcase new and returning shows.
Stars and producers from ‘DC Super Hero Girls,’ ‘Unikitty!,’ ‘Young Justice: Outsiders’ and other top studio shows are headed to San Diego.
Chad Hurd and Justin Wagner share artwork and creative insights from the Season 9 pre-WWII South Pacific island redesign.
Former Sheridan student files suit claiming striking similarities are far too numerous to be attributable to chance.