The series, adapted from one of the internet’s favorite comics, will debut on August 9 on Apple TV+.
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We break down the importance of animation to Apple’s newest tech, as well as four other takeaways from this week’s unveiling.
The streamer outlined its kids and family slate this summer, with plenty of animation on the way
“Our goal with the short was to hearken back to the classic cartoons of yesteryear but to do so with modern sensibilities and technology,” says Youngberg.
Apple also announced the new series ‘Eva the Owlet’ – based on the ‘Owl Diaries’ books, and ‘Jane,’ inspired by Dr. Jane Goodall.
Director Drew Hodges talked us through a scene from the series and explained the craft and creative concepts behind the show’s stop-motion production process.
As the holiday season rolls along, streaming services continue to serve up seasonal content to subscribers.
Charlie Brown’s Thanksgiving and Christmas specials will also be available for free on the service this year.
Was Apple’s first original animated feature with the now John Lasseter-led Skydance Animation a flop? We look at what the numbers say.
Critical reviews have been mixed for the first feature from Skydance Animation.
Lightyear, Minions: The Rise of Gru, Lost Ollie, and Luck lead a packed August streaming calendar.
Find out just how lucky, and just how unlucky, one girl can be in the trailer for Luck, coming to Apple TV+ next month.
The Sea Beast, The Bob’s Burgers Movie, and The Bad Guys highlight an exciting crop of new animation heading to streaming in July.
June sees the premieres of Netflix’s Dead End: Paranormal Park and Disney+’s Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear documentary.
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.
A rundown of animation coming to U.S. streaming services in May 2022.
A rundown of animation coming to U.S. streaming services in April 2022.
A list-in-progress of the year’s originals.
Bring in the new year with lots of animation.
“The very limited portion allocated to animation . . . constitutes a real disappointment and lack of understanding from the platforms,” says one organization.