The series will be directed by a rotating group of directors.
TV’s first fully computer-generated animation series gets a new 26-episode upgrade.
Beginning in 2016 internationally, Cartoon Network’s rewinds the alien-powered kid hero for a new generation.
Meghan McCarthy’s success with the “My Little Pony” franchise leads to a much bigger role at Hasbro.
Starting in 2017, Disney’s popular retelling of the Rapunzel fairy tale comes to life as an animated TV series.
Their new show intends to inspire budding filmmakers.
The new primetime series produced by Augenblick Studios will debut on May 31st.
The creator of “Adventure Time” and other artists created a special episode of “Uncle Grandpa.”
Cops, carnies, and a Cretaceous Caligula are coming to your screens.
‘Mikey Murphy’s Law’ will premiere in 2017.
Benjamin Renner will take ‘The Big Bad Fox’ from the page to the screen.
The “Secret of Kells” studio is developing a new action-packed children’s series.
The next Dr. Seuss screen adaptation may be the most expensive animated television program ever.
‘Dragon Ball Super’ will premiere in Japan this July.
Ever imagined what classic Disney villains would be like as teenagers?
Nick’s production chief Russell Hicks speaks to Cartoon Brew about the evolving world of television, and what it means for both viewers and creators.
MTV is testing the waters for a revival of its stop-motion fantasy fight comedy series.
Noddy’s new show is like “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” for preschoolers.
The “Ren & Stimpy” creator makes an unlikely promo for an Adult swim show.
Clarence is headed back to the 1920s.
The WWE Network gets a new animated series from professional geek Seth Green and company.
Steven’s uncle and grandpa visits him today on a special episode of “Steven Universe.”
C.H. Greenblatt, creator of the animated series “Chowder,” is back with a new series, “Harvey Beaks,” that premieres this Sunday on Nickelodeon.
Twenty-six half-hour episodes of “Astro Boy Reboot” are planned.
“Don’t spend any money, but be more encouraging of risk,” says Adult Swim honcho Mike Lazzo.
The studio says the executives were let go as part of a “restructuring” effort.