Guests include Peter Lord, Mark Osborne, Vernon Chatman, and Katariina Lillqvist.
Nick is expanding its “Spongebob” and “Loud House” franchises, and investing in established properties like Lego, Paddington, and Blue’s Clues.
The cause of the death was the neurodegenerative disease ALS.
See a special tribute to “Spongebob” creator Stephen Hillenburg, and a full list of winners from the Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Paramount Animation’s slate is growing.
Paramount Animation is bulking up its executive ranks.
Here are all the animation winners from last night’s British Academy Children’s Awards.
“The Loud House” and “Spongebob Squarepants” are headed to the bigscreen.
The Producers Guild of America likes Disney Company animated films—A LOT.
The new “Powerpuff Girls” revival gets its first Emmy nod, and so does the last episode of “Phineas and Ferb.”
‘The SpongeBob Musical’ will debut in Chicago next year before heading to Broadway.
Viacom, the parent company of Nick, MTV, and Comedy Central, insists it’s still relevant. No one else thinks so.
Nickelodeon and Norwegian Cruise Lines are breaking up.
C.H. Greenblatt, creator of the animated series “Chowder,” is back with a new series, “Harvey Beaks,” that premieres this Sunday on Nickelodeon.
DreamWorks Animation needed some good news and they got it this weekend.
A yellow sponge makes his bid for the bright lights of Broadway.
Tom Kenny, voice of SpongeBob, recalls growing up at a time without the Internet.
Bit by bit, overtly gay characters are making inroads into animation targeted primarily at children, but the fear of gay cartoon characters has existed for years.
A new trailer and poster was released today for “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.”
Here’s a heartwarming moment of corporate cooperation as cartoon characters owned by four different entertainment conglomerates—Mickey Mouse (Disney), Bugs Bunny (Warner Bros.), Scrat (20th Century Fox), and SpongeBob (Viacom)—team up to beat the living crap out of a real-life human being.