There’s a startling revelation in a new “Rolling Stone” piece about Cartoon Network’s hit series “Adventure Time”: creator Pen Ward hasn’t been running his show since sometime during season 5.
There’s too much post-apocalyptic fiction around, in books and movies, TV and games. I’d toss the lot into a dumpster now, except for “Adventure Time.”
Tonight Don Hertzfeldt will join the ranks of directors who have created an opening “couch gag” for “The Simpsons.”
In addition to “Star Vs. The Forces of Evil,” Disney TV Animation is producing a second action/comedy series slated to debut on Disney XD in 2015: “Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero.”
It’s always amusing when people criticize Walt Disney for being sexist because of the way he ran his company over 70 years ago, while completely overlooking the contemporary Disney Company’s abysmal track record of promoting women into top creative positions.
Warner Bros. Animation’s “Mike Tyson Mysteries” is a throwback to the celebrity-endorsed TV cartoons of the 1970s and ’80s, but the comedic twist is that the “celebrity” is a wife-beating, drug-abusing, flesh-biting, convicted rapist.
Scheduled to debut in 2015, Comedy Central’s “Moonbeam City” is described as an absurdist take on the sex-drenched crime dramas of the 1980s.
Last week at San Diego Comic-Con, Cartoon Network offered the first look at “Over the Garden Wall,” a ten-episode fantasy mini-series that will debut this fall.
In a first-of-its-kind programming move that even surprised the show’s creators, Nickelodeon will remove “The Legend of Korra” from its network schedule, and premiere the remaining episodes of season three exclusively on digital platforms.
Disney TV Animation announced an unusual series of pilot deals and projects today with an un-Disney-like roster of creators.