Co-showrunner talks us through a ton of behind-the-scenes artwork and explains the guidelines his staff followed.
Episodes will premiere on Cartoon Network in Asia Pacific and stream on HBO Go in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong before debuting internationally.
Sixty-six workers from WBA and 22 from CN have asked Warner Bros. Discovery bosses to voluntarily recognize their bargaining unit.
After adding an hour to its programming block in May, Adult Swim is ready to grow again with another hour titled Checkered Past.
The show, a “modernized” and “dynamic” reboot of the 1990s live-action series, will debut later this year.
A seventh-season reboot has been picked up by WBD, which will also put the show on Max in EMEA.
Ouwleen believes the growing pains that accompanied the Warner Bros. and Discovery merger are now behind them.
In a concurrent move, the current Canadian Cartoon Network channel will rebrand as Boomerang.
A new exposé about Roiland offers startling details about his work in animation.
The new series debuted as part of a seven-hour Jerry-themed block for Japan’s “Cheese Day.”
In a wide-ranging interview, ‘Victor and Valentino’ creator Diego Molano remains upbeat about the future of his series.
The classic Cartoon Network series celebrates its 25th anniversary this week.
Bye Bye Bunny: A Looney Tunes Musical will be the first-ever Looney Tunes original animated musical movie produced by WBA.
In a lame attempt to justify Cartoon Network’s return to live-action, Amy Friedman alienated a huge number of animation fans and professionals.
The company’s two new Scooby series target very different audiences.
Chelm: The Smartest Place on Earth shares the absurdist humor and interpretive questioning in a nod to Jewish intellectual traditions.
The company recently teamed with Cartoon Network to launch a talent incubator for artists from underrepresented communities.
Just remove the word “cartoon” from your name already.
Ascheim’s position has been eliminated as a result of the Warnermedia/Discovery merger.
If you work for Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, or Cartoon Network, you may want to look away now.