October’s animation streaming calendar is an eclectic mix offering exciting new titles and enjoyable library animation.
Hulu will debut Dan Harmon’s new series ‘Krapopolis,’ Max is bringing back the ‘Tiny Toons,’ and Netflix will say goodbye to ‘Disenchantment.’
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2023’s biggest feature so far will get its streaming platform debut next month when Peacock debuts ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie’ on August 3.
African animation shines this July with the releases of Netflix’s ‘Supa Team 4’ and Disney+’s ‘Kizazi Moto.’
The first 10-episoide batch of Hulu’s ‘Futurama’ reboot will begin streaming on July 24.
Titles landing on streaming platforms in June include Netflix’s ‘Nimona,’ Oscar nominee ‘Mirai,’ and ‘The Amazing Maurice.’
May brings some highly-anticipated debuts including ‘Star Wars Visions’ season two and Genndy Tartakovsky’s ‘Unicorn Warriors Eternal.’
April sees a mix of new (‘Royal Crackers’), ending (‘The Owl House’), and classic (‘The Triplets of Belleville’) animation hit platforms.
Titles set to hit major platforms in March include ‘Agent Elvis,’ ‘The Magician’s Elephant,’ ‘Kiff,’ ‘Boy and the World,’ and ‘Inu-Oh.’
A new exposé about Roiland offers startling details about his work in animation.
20th Television animation is producing the reboot which will be showrun and executive produced by Saladin K. Patterson.
Fox shows like ‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Family Guy,’ and ‘Bob’s Burgers’ will continue to be available on Hulu the day after their linear release.
February sees the streaming premieres of ‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur,’ ‘My Dad the Bounty Hunter,’ and ‘On-Gaku: Our Sound.’
Roiland also resigned as CEO of ‘High on Life’ developer Squanch Games.
The duo signed a multi-year deal to create, develop, and produce new shows through their company Hermit House.
Hulu debuts ‘Koala Man’ as other platforms bring back favorites including ‘The Legend of Vox Machina,’ ‘Vinland Saga,’ and ‘The Bad Batch.’
The show was created by ‘Schitt’s Creek’ co-creator Dan Levy and story editor Ally Pankiw.
As the holiday season rolls along, streaming services continue to serve up seasonal content to subscribers.