The renegade animation director will debut the project online on his 77th birthday.
Category: Internet Television
Netflix will launch the new DreamWorks series next week.
The Internet streaming service has also acquired Studio 4°C’s “Tweeny Witches” series.
Butch Hartman knows a thing or two about working with a network — which is why he’s starting and funding his own.
“The biggest strength indie animators have is that we can do every aspect of production,” says Smith.
The “Breaking Bad” star is an aging superhero who can’t keep an erection.
Netflix’s aggressive expansion into children’s TV continues with the announcement of 3 new series.
The streaming entertainment titan dives deeper into original programming to compete with Disney, Nick, and more.
Amazon’s online television division has ordered pilots for four new animated programs.
Hundreds of hours’ worth of animation is newly available to stream online.
The next Dr. Seuss screen adaptation may be the most expensive animated television program ever.
Hiccup and Toothless are making their move from cable TV to online streaming.
Your guide to the best Internet animation available via streaming and video-on-demand.
“Niko and the Sword of Light.” which began as an independently produced animated comic book app, has been turned into a 22-minute pilot produced by Amazon Studios.
Hulu and Nickelodeon’s parent company Viacom announced earlier this week a deal that will bring the Nicktoons library to the online streaming service.
One of the most interesting things about the new “Judge Dredd: Superfiend” online mini-series is how it straddles the line between fan work and official product.
Indie American animation legend Bill Plympton, whose films have been officially unavailable on the Internet for the past decade, has reached a deal with Shorts International to make his extensive body of self-produced work available to online audiences.
After years of producing teen-targeted shows like “Happy Tree Friends” and “Dick Figures,” Mondo Media is eyeing the lucrative kids’ market by teaming up with major toy manufacturer Spin Master, makers of Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Air Hogs, and Hedbanz.
“BoJack Horseman” creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg and director Mike Hollingsworth speak with Cartoon Brew about the making of the show, its dark but sincere tone, and the lighter side of bestiality.
Since its premiere in France in 2008, “Wakfu,” an anime styled fantasy-adventure series created by Roubaix, France-based company Ankama, has picked up a dedicated fanbase, even in countries where it hasn’t officially aired like the United States.
It took just twenty-six seasons, but “The Simpsons” are set to officially air in China for the first time. The show will be presented to Chinese audiences via the online streaming service Sohu Video.
This morning, Comedy Central debuted “Biatches” a new animated webseries made exclusively for release on their digital platform CC:Studios, YouTube, and the network’s mobile app.
As part of Nickelodeon Animation’s ongoing effort to rebrand itself as a champion of artist-driven projects, the studio announced that it has teamed up with the Australian animation website LoopDeLoop.
Amazon Studios, which produces original content for the streaming site Amazon Prime, has announced production on three new animated kids pilots.
Nickelodeon unveiled the revamped Nick.com today, and as part of the new site, they offered a 90-second first-look at “Welcome to the Wayne,” which is their first animated series made exclusively for digital platforms like the Nick App.
“Annedroids” creator J.J. Johnson talks to Cartoon Brew about science-based kids programming, the challenges of making live-action/animation hybrids, and why not understanding the animation process can work to a producer’s benefit.