As the holiday season rolls along, streaming services continue to serve up seasonal content to subscribers.
High profile original fare is joined by a glut of holiday themed programming in our November animation streaming guide.
The franchise’s first feature adaptation comes to Paramount+ in November, along with all three hosts– Josh, Steve, and Joe.
Looking for something spooky to get you in the mood for Halloween? Check out our October animation streaming guide.
While some streamers are paring down their animated offerings, other are bulking up with original productions and prestige acquisitions.
According to new data from Parrot Analytics, demand for animated content has doubled since 2020 while supply has failed to keep pace.
MTV Entertainment Studios adds Everybody Still Hates Chris to its adult animation line up.
Lightyear, Minions: The Rise of Gru, Lost Ollie, and Luck lead a packed August streaming calendar.
The film, streaming later this month, is just one of several big plans Paramount+ has for the iconic 1990s duo.
June sees the premieres of Netflix’s Dead End: Paranormal Park and Disney+’s Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear documentary.
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The streamer will start its international rollout this year.
It’s a light month for animated originals, though viewers — especially younger ones — still have plenty to look forward to.
Bring in the new year with lots of animation.
From Aardman’s “Robin Robin” to Disney’s “Olaf Presents,” the holiday specials are coming out in full force this month …
Viacom originally called these 14 projects “movies,” but the creators of “South Park” want to be clear that these aren’t movies.
Get ready for new “Star Wars,” the return of “Kid Cosmic,” the launch of HBO Max’s Cartoonito block, and much more …
The executive has been promoted amid a reorganization at ViacomCBS’s MTV Entertainment Group.
The 14 movies will be exclusive to streamer Paramount+. The first will come out later this year.
Robbins admits that the kids network had “lost its way for a while.”
The media titan is home to Paramount, Nickelodeon, MTV, Fleischer cartoons, “Garfield,” “Rugrats,” “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” and much more …
The first batch of episodes will debut on the new streamer on May 27.
Amazon Prime, Disney+, and Hulu all lost market share too, even as their subscriptions climbed.
ViacomCBS’s new streamer, which launches on March 4, means business when it comes to animation.
Almost 800 episodes of kids’ programming have been added to the streaming service, which is also getting new parental controls.
“It’s terrible,” director Tim Hill says of the film’s jumbled release schedule.