Netflix and Disney+ dominate the animation and vfx categories with six nominations apiece.
The “Simpsons” assistant director, who passed away last month, gave an illuminating masterclass shortly before his death.
Aim to create jokes that you find funny. Avoid monkeys. And, if possible, install a diner booth in your home.
“Part of me feels I need to go round to every single Indian person in this country and personally apologize,” said the actor.
Josh Weinstein wants to know which gags you didn’t get.
Bart die and Homer cry. Will we ever find out why?
Vincent Alexander run us through the finest self-referential moments in animation, from Koko the Clown to “The Simpsons.”
Alex Désert will voice Carl Carlson in “The Simpsons” and Arif Zahir will take over as Cleveland Brown in “Family Guy.”
Voters have played it safe. Again.
Social, economic, and public health crises — and a “Chicken Run” sequel.
Animated series are addressing the use of white actors for nonwhite roles.
Disney is betting that Maggie Simpson will help the box office chances of “Onward.”
“Things can be done with really good intentions and have negative consequences,” says the actor.
Bill Morrison is the latest comic artist whose artwork made someone else rich.
“The Witness,” an animated short from Netflix’s “Love Death & Robots,” won a total of 3 Emmy Awards this year.
After 27 years on “The Simpsons,” Clausen claims that he was fired due to his “perceived disability and age.”
Epstein’s accuser claims that Groening received the massage while flying on Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane.
Netflix’s rise at the Emmys continues as it secures nominations in all but one animation-related category.
The painting titled “The Kaws Album” was expected to sell for $1 million, but went for nearly $15 million.