The creators of “South Park” are about to get even richer.
Comedy Central is borrowing from the playbook of its corporate sister Nickelodeon and launching an animated shorts program.
Here’s a roundup of some animated series projects that are currently in development or production.
The raunchy Comedy Central series is returning for 10 new episodes.
Viacom, the parent company of Nick, MTV, and Comedy Central, insists it’s still relevant. No one else thinks so.
Scholastic will close the Boston-based animation studio as part of a restructuring effort.
Actress Amy Schumer, of the eponymous Comedy Central show “Inside Amy Schumer,” created this segment last season to poke fun at voice acting in animation.
This morning, Comedy Central debuted “Biatches” a new animated webseries made exclusively for release on their digital platform CC:Studios, YouTube, and the network’s mobile app.
“Drunk History,” the Comedy Central series in which drunk celebrities explain real history, set their inebriated sights last night on Walt Disney, Ub Iwerks, and the creation of Mickey Mouse.
Scheduled to debut in 2015, Comedy Central’s “Moonbeam City” is described as an absurdist take on the sex-drenched crime dramas of the 1980s.
Todd “REAS” James cut his creative teeth as a youth by writing graffiti in New York City before eventually expanding his output into art galleries, printed matter and television.
When it was announced that Comedy Central’s Ugly Americans would not be returning for a third season, the show’s creator Devin Clark …
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