June sees the premieres of Netflix’s Dead End: Paranormal Park and Disney+’s Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear documentary.
The two-season order follows alien surgeons and best friends Sleech and Klak as they take on the most challenging cases in the galaxy.
Chelm: The Smartest Place on Earth shares the absurdist humor and interpretive questioning in a nod to Jewish intellectual traditions.
The three dropped animated projects are ‘Wings of Fire,’ ‘Antiracist Baby,’ and ‘With Kind Regards From Kindergarten.’
The animated feature Pastacolypse tells the story of Alfredo Manicotti, half-man, half-macaroni, who leads a pasta uprising that threatens all of humanity.
DNEG is currently working on several Netflix titles including Stranger Things, Nimona, and The School for Good and Evil.
The Lego Movie and Happy Feet studio Animal Logic is handling animation for the literary adaptation.
Simon Pegg’s Bob the lucky black cat provides a few long-awaited details about the Land of Luck in the film’s first teaser.
Just remove the word “cartoon” from your name already.
Space opera Driftwood and adventure-comedy Invincible Fight Girl are heading to the Warner-owned streaming platform.
For its first seven weeks on Tubi, “The Freak Brothers” pulled nearly twice as many viewers as any other series on the platform.
Though the company remains committed to animation in a big way, numerous high-profile projects will not move forward.
A rundown of animation coming to U.S. streaming services in May 2022.
Goldberg and Supper Club producer-director Jason Sterman sat down with Cartoon Brew to discuss Disney’s new learn-to-draw series.
The company’s stock price has tumbled by over two-thirds since October’s record high.
Longtime Funimation COO Rahul Purini will take over as head of Sony’s recently-merged anime conglomerate.
Nora Twomey, the director of “The Breadwinnner,” helms the feature adaptation of this Newbery Medal-winning kids’ book.
The show’s spin-off, Human Resources, has also received a second season pick-up.
Discovery and Warnermedia have now merged into Warner Bros. Discovery.