October’s animation streaming calendar is an eclectic mix offering exciting new titles and enjoyable library animation.
The series is adapted from Joe Bennett and Charles Huettner’s 2016 Annie-nominated short ‘Scavengers.’
The creator and EP also explains the changes his team made to adapt the Oscar-winning short as an animated series in ‘Young Love.’
Co-showrunner talks us through a ton of behind-the-scenes artwork and explains the guidelines his staff followed.
Hulu will debut Dan Harmon’s new series ‘Krapopolis,’ Max is bringing back the ‘Tiny Toons,’ and Netflix will say goodbye to ‘Disenchantment.’
An unsteady quarter saw the company post a net loss of $1.24 billion, or 51 cents per share.
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.
Two media giants continue to battle in the courts over a half-billion dollar ‘South Park’ deal that went south.
African animation shines this July with the releases of Netflix’s ‘Supa Team 4’ and Disney+’s ‘Kizazi Moto.’
Titles landing on streaming platforms in June include Netflix’s ‘Nimona,’ Oscar nominee ‘Mirai,’ and ‘The Amazing Maurice.’
The show, a “modernized” and “dynamic” reboot of the 1990s live-action series, will debut later this year.
May brings some highly-anticipated debuts including ‘Star Wars Visions’ season two and Genndy Tartakovsky’s ‘Unicorn Warriors Eternal.’
A seventh-season reboot has been picked up by WBD, which will also put the show on Max in EMEA.
According to WBD executives, the HBO name was steering parents away from their platform.
The prequel series takes place in 1920s Shanghai and will expand the lore of the 1984 live-action cult classic.