A round-up of animated series that have been announced for development, production, or distribution.
“I plan to get my hands bloody and fight the good fight ’til my dying breath,” says Titmouse’s new creative director.
The government of Canada has ruled in favor of animators who worked on the film.
EXCLUSIVE: Titmouse is launching an online animation talk show featuring an all-star group of industry guests.
Is the New York Comic Con lacking in animation events? Check out this weekend’s ANNY festival and conference in Manhattan.
Titmouse plans to employ 300 artists at its Vancouver studio by the end of the year.
In TruTV’s new anthology series, a voice actor’s worst nightmare comes to life when a character he voices comes to life.
A look at new and upcoming animation series for tv and streaming.
Keep an eye on Guadalajara, a growing center for the creative arts in Mexico.
This is the animation industry’s most significant effort to address workplace harassment and create a safer working environment for all workers.
The company-wide event provides the studio’s artists not only a chance to let off steam, but to also showcase their unique creative talents.
A look at Amazon’s first original half-hour series, a new show from the creator of “Superjail!,” and a “Loud House” spin-off in development.
Here’s a roundup of some animated series projects that are currently in development or production.
1970s L.A. and parallel psychedelic dimensions are the setting for an upcoming animation project, “Foxy Trotter.”
Animation being used for a good cause: helping kids with cancer.
The highlight of Netflix’s “Disjointed” are the animation sequences created by independent animators.
Netflix wants audiences to re-live the “glorious nightmare of puberty.”
The images that Jay-Z uses in his new music video will be familiar to anyone who knows American animation history.
Over 25 worked on this spot celebrating Toonami’s 20th anniversary.
The Titmouse animated feature will hit U.S. theaters on December 6.