Robert Valley’s short “Ice” has now picked up three Emmys during the 2021 cycle.
Something like this could not exist for long, but its short-lived glory has had a lasting impact.
The “Family Guy” creator wishes the show “was on any other network.”
Director Greg Franklin tells us how the project started, what was tricky about animating Notaro’s jokes, and why he went experimental on a segment about Eddie Van Halen.
Netflix and Disney dominated. Again.
Netflix and Disney+ dominate the animation and vfx categories with six nominations apiece.
In all, streamers took 51 nominations against 43 for other platforms. Winners will be announced on July 17.
Does Marge’s hair look better when it swings round, rubber band-style, or when it turns crisply?
“The great majority” of their content will move to Disney+, says CEO Bob Chapek.
“We didn’t want to go forward with what we had,” says The CW network chief.
The show “reminds me of just how profound an impact animation can have on a young mind,” says Bogan.
“Part of me feels I need to go round to every single Indian person in this country and personally apologize,” said the actor.
Disney’s “The Mandalorian” was the other big winner, scoring three wins.
“Hotel Transylvania: The Series” and “Corner Gas Animated” lead the television categories with the most nominations.
The 20th Television Animation Unit will also have oversight of existing series like “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons.”
“Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” topped the feature film nominations with ten apiece, but most bizarrely, they aren’t competing against each other in the main feature category.
Warnermedia Kids and Family has come up with a multi-pronged approach to take on Netflix, Disney, Youtube, and Nickelodeon in the highly competitive kids’ space.
The sitcom shares writers — and an animation studio — with “Bob’s Burgers.”
Disney Channel has also renewed “Big City Greens” for a third season.