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What the Hell? Headline News

‘Devil May Care’ Premieres on SYFY’s TZGZ February 6

Even Hell needs a social media manager; new animated series features a millennial whose Earthly job lands him the task of creating online ‘buzz’ for the devil.

People Headline News

Stoopid Buddy Studios Names Jasmine Johnson Head of Studio

Former Netflix executive appointed to oversee day-to-day production of studio’s growing slate, which includes Adult Swim's Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken,’ Hulu’s ‘Crossing Swords,’ and ‘Mega City Smiths’ for AMC.

Adult Animation Madness! Headline News

Bobby Moynihan’s ‘The Pole’ Coming to SYFY’s Adult Animation Block in 2021

By Dan Sarto | Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 1:14pm

Scandal and intrigue at the North Pole means there’s a twisted power struggle afoot for the venerable red suit, in the edgy-new animated comedy from Yeti Farm Creative.

Adult Animation Madness! Headline News

Alien Powers Conjure up Useless S**t in SYFY’s New Animated ‘The Summoner’

By Dan Sarto | Friday, September 4, 2020 at 12:47pm

'The New Yorker' cartoonist Charlie Hankin is teaming up with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios on a 2D comedy series for the network’s growing TZGZ late-night adult animation block. 

TV Animation Headline News

John Cena’s Mutha Truckin’ ‘Dallas and Robo’ Headed to SYFY’s TZGZ Animation Block

By Dan Sarto | Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at 12:20pm

Premiering August 8, the 8-episode adult comedy about a foul-mouthed ex-stock car racer and her AI robot sidekick also stars Kat Dennings.

short film animation Headline News

SYFY Greenlights ‘Psycho Psalms’ Pilot for TZGZ Late-Night Animation Block

By Dan Sarto | Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 3:09pm

Stop-motion dark comedy project from LA’s Open The Portal follows the exploits of a 1940s D-List cartoon character suddenly transported to the present day postmodern Internet hellscape. 

Adult Animation ANIMATIONWorld

What Future Lies in Store for Non-Comedy Adult Animation?

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 1:56pm

According to a just released industry white paper from producer John Evershed, TV animation finally seems poised to capture sizable new audiences outside its traditional comedy fan base.