Tubi adds to its roster of adult-focused animated originals with ‘Breaking Bear,’ a new animal-based mobster parody.
The twins are currently in development on ‘Supashawty Girls, Funkamatic Bangbang.’
Artists who worked on Netflix’s ‘Arcane,’ ‘The House,’ and ‘Love, Death + Robots’ won awards.
In addition to the ‘Morphle’ series, Guru is hiring for a ‘Charlotte’s Web’ adaptation and a new season of ‘PAW Patrol.’
In a new docuseries, creative teams at Riot and Fortiche recount how ‘Arcane’ went from pitch to series.
According to new data from Parrot Analytics, demand for animated content has doubled since 2020 while supply has failed to keep pace.
We try to make sense of the noise surrounding rumored cuts and cancellations at Warner Bros. Discovery after the company’s Q2 earnings call.
MTV Entertainment Studios adds Everybody Still Hates Chris to its adult animation line up.
Cars on the Road will launch on Disney+ in September as Disney launches the D23 Expo.
According to Netflix, Brutus Pino “will create a variety of animated projects in both film and television that are adult, funny, and emotional.”
The sci-fi drama from Craig Silverstein will be available to stream on AMC+ in September, with episodes releasing weekly.
The companies will co-develop series, features, video games, location-based entertainment, and consumer products based on their combined IPs.
Lightyear, Minions: The Rise of Gru, Lost Ollie, and Luck lead a packed August streaming calendar.
The projects, currently in development, will be produced through Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe.
The classic Cartoon Network series celebrates its 25th anniversary this week.
Creator Genndy Tartakovsky has also shared details about two other projects he’s working on, Unicorn: Warriors Eternal and Fixed.
Conservative platform DailyWire+ has promised to invest a minimum of $100 million in kids’ content over the next three years.
The streamer will also begin airing new episodes of ‘The Cuphead Show’ in August.
Oddbot has optioned the rights to The Cardboard Kingdom, Séance Tea Party, and The Okay Witch.
The Sea Beast, The Bob’s Burgers Movie, and The Bad Guys highlight an exciting crop of new animation heading to streaming in July.