The show was created by former Saturday Night Live head writer Anna Drezen and executive produced by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels.
The studio is working with Mimo Studios on an animated adaptation of kids’ podcast ‘The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian.’
Iron Circus Animation has raised nearly ten times its initial goal of $125,000 and will produce a full, five-episode season.
The show, aimed at kids ages four-eight, will also feature a narrative about the ethical use of artificial intelligence.
2023’s biggest feature so far will get its streaming platform debut next month when Peacock debuts ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie’ on August 3.
Episodes will premiere on Cartoon Network in Asia Pacific and stream on HBO Go in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong before debuting internationally.
‘Lloyd’ is the first cg series produced at Aardman’s Bristol-based studio and will debut on the Fox-owned AVOD platform Tubi on August 6.
Several big studios may have skipped this year’s Con, but there was still plenty of exciting animation news coming out of San Diego.
The series will be produced by Mappa and feature action sequences designed by ‘John Wick’ director Chad Stahelski.
Two media giants continue to battle in the courts over a half-billion dollar ‘South Park’ deal that went south.
Netflix’s ‘Entergalactic’ is the only newcomer among this year’s outstanding animated program nominees.
Carrie Hobson, Michael Yates and David Lally take us behind-the-scenes of Pixar’s ambitious upcoming series.
The series, adapted from one of the internet’s favorite comics, will debut on August 9 on Apple TV+.
The Ignite program was launched in July 2021 to identify “fresh, bold, innovative” children’s animation projects.
All four titles released new video content at this year’s Anime Expo, which wraps up in L.A. tonight.
African animation shines this July with the releases of Netflix’s ‘Supa Team 4’ and Disney+’s ‘Kizazi Moto.’
Shows that are being taken off the service include ‘Becca’s Bunch,’ ‘Pig Goat Banana Cricket,’ and ‘Star Trek: Prodigy.’
The first 10-episoide batch of Hulu’s ‘Futurama’ reboot will begin streaming on July 24.
The decision, made in the middle of a writers’ strike focused largely on the use of AI, has artists speaking out.
Industry executives discuss how decades-old stories don’t always work with contemporary standards of representation, storytelling, and relatability.