The Disney XD series will wrap up its run with a soon-to-air one-hour series finale.
The surreal ’80s cartoon classic recently rolled out an all-star reboot across the pond.
One of only two female directors currently at Disney Television Animation, Aliki Theofilopoulos speaks frankly about the ups and downs of her career in the animation industry.
Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko’s animated series convincingly broke Nickelodeon’s dudebro mold. Will they be the last?
The last time these shows aired, memes, emojis, and GIFs were barely dreams in the dotcom industry’s internetworked brain.
In October, Nickelodeon unveils a new programming block dedicated to ’90s standouts like “The Ren & Stimpy Show,” “Doug,” “Hey Arnold!” and “Rugrats.”
The trailblazing “Gummi Bears” proved that Disney could produce quality TV animation.
The 52-episode short-form series will air across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The raunchy Comedy Central series is returning for 10 new episodes.
The “social-media influenced comedy” will debut in 2016.
“Regular Show: The Movie” will debut on digital platforms and DVD before it airs on Cartoon Network.
A barbarian warrior would rather wage animated war than work a real-world office job in the forthcoming animated/live-action comedy, ‘Son of Zorn.’
A series of mini-shorts will debut on Disney XD tomorrow.
New episodes of “Harvey Beaks” were pulled from the network’s summer schedule with no warning to the staff.
Some popular animated programs are being recognized for the first time this year.
In October, Sunrise will spin off the storied mecha anime franchise when “Iron-Blood Orphans” touches down in Japan.
Mavis and company will arrive on TV in 2017.
Johnny Pemberton used a crude sexual insult to describe commenters of this site.
Fox, which once considered selling “Simpsons”-branded beer “detrimental to children,” has changed its tune.
Viacom, the parent company of Nick, MTV, and Comedy Central, insists it’s still relevant. No one else thinks so.
It’s a buddy comedy with a pickle and a peanut.
Five Cartoon Network shows have earned season renewals.
Tiny Island founder David Kwok talks about Discovery Family Channel’s pick-up of “Dream Defenders.”
Time Warner is relaunching its archival animation showcase Boomerang with original content — and commercials.
Johnny Ryan and Dave Cooper’s profane comic sensibilities are cleaned up for the kids.
Three fame-chasing, selfie-loving bears are coming to Cartoon Network.