The slate of upcoming animated features from Netflix continues to grow.
Cartoon Brew speaks with master animator James Baxter about his new role as Director of Character Animation at Netflix.
Netflix is shaking up the animation industry in a big way. Here a look at the studio’s upcoming projects.
Based on the Double Fine Productions role-playing video game, the upcoming Amazon Prime Video series is produced by Frederator Studios.
Youtube continues to make a push into adult animation programming.
The new series will explore the life and work of women who worked at Disney.
The actor’s union and tv producers have reached a tentative agreement that will prevent a strike of animated tv series in Los Angeles.
This deal, as far as we know, is Netflix’s first publicly announced overall animation deal with a woman creator.
Brooklyn-based animation producer Cartuna is using Facebook’s video platform Facebook Watch to launch two new animated series.
Cartoon Network will launch this new Mexico-produced mixed media series in October.
The first season launches September 21 on Netflix.
Cartoon Saloon’s next film will be distributed by an unlikely company: Apple.
The creators of the Mexican mobile game Kleptocats took a hands-off approach when they produced an online animated series.
Hulu will launch “Solar Opposites” in 2020.
Vintage Nickelodeon animation and live-action shows are now available as a VRV channel.
Hirsch is set to develop new series and features for the streaming giant.
Crunchyroll announces its first original series, which will be made in Burbank and Tokyo.
Youtube is the new gatekeeper for animation creators – and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
With its own distribution channel and a big catalog of original content, Six Point Harness is not your typical service studio.
Netflix paid $30 million to license this Chinese animated feature, which will debut next month on its service.