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 …
ViacomCBS’s new streamer, which launches on March 4, means business when it comes to animation.
The streamer has also renewed the adult series “Close Enough” and unveiled a slate of four more series in development.
Pining for old episodes of “Daria,” “Beavis and Butt-Head,” or “Drawn Together”? You’re in luck.
Almost 800 episodes of kids’ programming have been added to the streaming service, which is also getting new parental controls.
“We love drawing and have always wanted to express ourselves creatively in that medium,” say the show’s developers.
The division plans to develop more than 30 new kids’ shows, both animated and live action, over next three years.
Unsettled studios, inclusivity milestones, a controversial “Ren & Stimpy” reboot, and much more…
The company’s reboot strategy will be led by Fox and Marvel veteran Grant Gish.
Spongebob will open in theaters across Canada on August 14, but will anyone actually go?
“Sponge on the Run” will debut on streaming globally.
The film will launch on SVOD and streaming next year.
ViacomCBS’s revamped streamer, due to launch in summer, will be home to shows from Nickelodeon, Paramount, and MTV, among others.
“The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run” is currently due to hit theaters on August 7 — among the earliest scheduled releases in the calendar.