Produced with Starburns Industries for Facebook Watch, the multilingual 2D show follows the lives of three estranged siblings who reunite to wrestle for their inheritance but unleash a book-bound horror; new episodes drop every Friday.
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In a new era of preschool entertainment, the Emmy Award-winning 'Doc McStuffins' creator's animated series leads the way in representation, diversity, and inclusivity; watch the first episode now on Netflix Jr. YouTube – all episodes start streaming July 13.
The Future Perfect Project’s short film series shares personal stories from LGBTQIA+ youth, aged 13-22, about the challenges they routinely face; two new episodes drop each Tuesday in June.
Just in time for ‘Best Friends Day,’ check out the trailer for the upcoming CG animated comedy about a socially awkward middle-schooler and his faulty robot; the film, which stars Zach Galifianakis and Jack Dylan Grazer, opens in theaters worldwide on October 22.
Available for download June 24, the interactive studio’s fantasy adventure will be supported on Valve’s Steam VR, Oculus Rift, and Quest by Facebook; 9-part Vlog series will also be released.
Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movie’s heroic pups get their first big screen adventure, hitting theaters and Paramount+ simultaneously this coming August 20.
Coming June 15, the streamer’s third Headspace experience may just help your stress, anxiety, or feelings of being overwhelmed; viewers can choose three different animated paths to mindfulness, or at least a good night’s sleep.
Network announces new season premiere date as part of summer slate reveal, though no official word on how star Jessica Walter’s passing will be handled.
Latest chapter in the ‘Spirit’ franchise tells the story of a headstrong girl longing for a place to belong who finds a kindred spirit in a wild Mustang.
Warner shares new set of stylized images depicting the famed city backdrop for the soon to be released animated feature-length film, coming to Blu-ray and Digital June 22.
In the new episode airing June 7 on Fox, Duncan and Kimberly get sent to therapy camp in the hope they’ll stop fighting, and Jing is overwhelmed by all the attention she’s suddenly getting.
Even Hell needs a social media manager; produced by Psyop, the adult animated comedy, featuring a millennial whose Earthly job lands him the task of creating online ‘buzz’ for the devil, drops its entire first season June 7.
Come June 30, the world will finally learn the ‘real’ story of the fight for American independence, complete with colonial AT-ATs, energy weapons, and plenty of salty language.
Kids will be kids, unless they’re CEOs; DreamWorks Animation’s sequel to their 2017 blockbuster comedy premieres on Peacock and in U.S. theaters, as well as select international markets, on July 2.
Combo pack of ‘Coraline’ and ‘The Boxtrolls’ drops August 31, with ‘ParaNorman’ and ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ following September 20; bonus features include interviews, behind the scenes looks, feature-length storyboards, and featurettes.
Airing May 31 on Fox in the show’s Monday time period debut, Duncan starts racing stock cars to escape his mom, but they make a great racing team; Jing demands a room renovation to secretly spend more time with Kimberly, while Jack struggles with the project.
Bill Fagerbakke reprises his role in new 2D animated family sitcom starring the famed starfish in his younger days, living at home, his wild whims and surreal imagination constantly disrupting his family; new series debuts this July on Nick.
Who is the Holiday Killer? It’s up to Batman, Captain Gordon, and DA Harvey Dent to decipher the clues in the upcoming DC Universe movie, coming to Blu-ray and Digital June 22.
Patton Oswalt, voicing Matthew the Raven, joins David Thewlis, Jenna Coleman, and Stephen Fry in Netflix’s dark fantasy series based on the popular DC comic books; show follows people and places affected by Morpheus, the Dream King, as he mends his cosmic and human mistakes.
Premiering today, Justin Leach’s new series, Netflix’s first original anime, explores the idea of robots showing the compassion needed to raise a child found alive in a post-apocalyptic world without humans.
Sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s 2017 blockbuster comedy moves up more than two months; film now set to hit streamer and U.S. theaters, as well as select international markets, on July 2.
Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Susie, and Angelica are back, now animated in CG, but still humorously exploring their world as only precocious youngsters can do; series premieres May 27 on Paramount+.
The announcement appears inconspicuously in a list of bonus features on the upcoming animated ‘Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two’ home entertainment release.
Action-packed conclusion to the two-part animated DC Universe Movies thriller sees the Dark Knight battle a unified front of super villains and solve a murder mystery; feature-length film comes to Digital July 27, and August 10 on Blu-ray.