Netflix will launch the new DreamWorks series next week.
With the backing of major corporations like Disney and the Chinese government, virtual reality start-up Jaunt is now one of the most well funded companies in VR content creation.t
The Internet streaming service has also acquired Studio 4°C’s “Tweeny Witches” series.
A letter from the show’s producer asked artists to pull down their artwork from the Internet.
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.
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.
“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.
Today we look at the work of Lisa Hanawalt, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Netflix’s slate of original animated programming continues to grow with the recent announcements of three new series: “The Knights of Sidonia,” “Ever After High” and “Dinotrux.”
In a sign of changing times, animated programming produced for both Netflix and YouTube has begun to earn a significant number of Emmy Award nominations, competing alongside traditional broadcast and cable series.
Just in case you were worried that Netflix’s slate of upcoming animated programming was looking a little too Dreamworks heavy, the streaming site has announced plans to launch an updated version of the Scholastic Media educational series “The Magic School Bus.”
DreamWorks has announced three new series as part of its mega-content deal with Netflix.
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner will make Netflix’s first adult animated series.
If you’re still wondering why DreamWorks Animation spent $33 million last spring to buy the YouTube channel AwesomenessTV, an article about Netflix in the latest issue of the “New Yorker” offers an explanation that I found to be succinct and worth sharing.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again. That appears to be the DreamWorks motto for its property “Turbo.”