Animated by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, and written, created, and executive produced by Jordan Blum and Patton Oswalt, who also stars as the titular bad guy, the stop-motion comedy series, about a megalomaniacal supervillain who gets ousted from his own evil organization, shows that even a sinister villain can suffer a mid-life crisis.
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It’s the calm before the storm at Wayne Manor – on Halloween night – in the first official clip from the soon to be released feature-length film; next entry in the DC Universe movie series comes to Blu-ray and Digital June 22.
Darren Criss, Jon Jon Briones, and Nicole Scherzinger join Shay Mitchell and Liza Soberano in the highly anticipated anime series, based on Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo’s graphic novel, premiering June 11, 2021.
In Part 1 of the 2-part debut, featuring guest star Nick Offerman, the family takes its first vacation, and Duncan needs to know if Mia hung out with a guy over the summer; coming May 23 on Fox.
With a Season 3 renewal in hand prior to the show’s Season 2 May 23 premiere, the prolific co-creators and executive producers, along with star Amy Poehler, have cemented a spot on Fox's all-important primetime animation lineup.
To celebrate National Streaming Day, director Enrico Casarosa and members of the voice cast share thoughts on the film and their own childhood; Disney and Pixar’s newest animated feature hits the streamer on June 18.
Streamer announces ‘The Monkey King’ feature, ‘Mech Cadets’ and ‘Boons and Curses’ series, all coming in 2023, joining its growing film and episodic slate that includes ‘Witch Boy,’ ‘Centaurworld,’ ‘Oni,’ and ‘Ghee Happy.’
Liz Paulson will lead network’s new team that handles all casting and talent development for series, movies, and studio content.
Jack Quaid and Alice Lee to star in all-new animated series about twenty-somethings Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Jimmy Olsen as they discover themselves and what they can accomplish as a team.
Minor characters from network hits ‘Rick and Morty,’ ‘Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell,’ ‘Robot Chicken,’ and ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’ get their own shows, coming globally on digital platforms starting later this year.
Sensing no one is coming to their rescue, the stranded Isla Nublar campers plot their escape in the face of vicious new threats as well as their own personal demons; new season of DreamWorks Animation’s Annie Award-winning series debuts May 21 on Netflix.
The prolific ‘Doctor Who’ actor will lend his voice to the fanciful adaptation of the 28th of Sir Terry Pratchett's 41 ‘Discworld’ series novels, which follows a cat con artist and his horde of rats.
Third season will feature three 44-minute specials; renewal comes ahead of show’s June 12 Season 2 premiere.
For Kevin Kolde and Sam and Adam Deats, tying up key storylines should help audiences better appreciate the emotion behind the show’s broken, but ultimately unstoppable vampire-hunting heroes.
In the final ‘Hotel T’ franchise chapter, Van Helsing’s ‘Monsterfication Ray’ goes awry, monsters become humans and Johnny… you know what’s coming! Sony Pictures Animation’s animated comedy hits theatres July 23.
Next entry in the DC Universe movie series comes to Blu-ray and Digital June 22; special bonus features include ‘The Losers’ DC Showcase animated short.
For executive producer Tom Rogers, his ‘egg-citing’ new series, premiering today, about three chicken siblings and their rescue dog mentor, is all about having fun and learning how to help your friends, neighbors, and family.
Nickelodeon and iHeartRadio team-up on an expanding podcast slate featuring fan favorite animated series; explore the Avatarverse with voice actors Janet Varney and Dante Basco starting June 22 – ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ premieres later this year.
Netflix and Mattel share a glimpse of what’s in store when Kevin Smith’s new, 5-episode series premieres July 23.
Can long lost friends find ground to reconnect? Chris Appelhans’ animated comedy, about what in our lives is really worth wishing for, premieres June 11.
Gary Janetti’s satirical animated series that follows a sassy Prince George and his British royal family is respectfully put on hold, as the series depicts the Queen’s late husband in an unflattering light.
Network orders animated horror comedy series created and written by Darcy Fowler, Seth Kirschner, and Kieren Valla, with DeVito, Plaza and Dan Harmon to executive produce.
Voice cast, key art, and tons of images also revealed from eagerly awaited upcoming 2-part animated feature that premieres worldwide (outside Japan) on June 3, 2021.
The ‘Gravity Falls’ creative director’s TV production skills got a thorough workout, and then some, in his animated feature film directing debut, now streaming on Netflix.