Reviewers like certain elements of the show, but many say it’s not firing on all cylinders.
We’ve compiled a list of all the animated series that are expected to premiere in 2021 on U.S. broadcast, cable, and streaming services.
The federal government estimates that, if the law passes, online companies could end up investing USD$627 million in local content by 2023.
“It’s terrible,” director Tim Hill says of the film’s jumbled release schedule.
“We love drawing and have always wanted to express ourselves creatively in that medium,” say the show’s developers.
Consolidation ahoy! Sony is already home to several anime units, including Crunchyroll’s main competitor Funimation.
As part of the restructuring, Cartoon Network boss Tom Ascheim says that the brand will “not always be cartoons.”
HBO Max and Cartoon Network have announced two new series from familiar talent.
The streamer is partnering with Naz, Science Saru, and Mappa in Japan, as well as Studio Mir in South Korea.
China’s popular streaming service is actively looking for European production partners.
The founders say their failure is likely due to both the pandemic and the product’s weakness.
The company picked up 2.2 million subscribers in Q3, falling short of analyst forecasts of 3.3 million.
Customers in the U.K. and Ireland will get premieres of shows like “Trollstopia” and “Madagascar: A Little Wild.”
The streamer’s partnerships with the two high-profile creators bring diversity to the fore.
Some of the best, funniest, and downright weirdest films on the animated shorts circuit are now available to view for free online.
The opening segment of the first new “Animaniacs” episode is a tribute to its executive producer Steven Spielberg.
Netflix’s animation ambitions are to do what “no major studio has ever done.”
The legendary animator’s feature directorial debut is produced by Netflix and Shanghai’s Pearl Studio.
The company is shifting the film’s release to Disney+.