Disney Channel has also renewed “Big City Greens” for a third season.
As part of their deal, they will identify and develop other Disney projects from emerging and diverse talent.
All you need is a pitch outline and nerves of steel.
We’ve compiled a list of all the animated series that are expected to premiere in 2021 on U.S. broadcast, cable, and streaming services.
HBO Max and Cartoon Network have announced two new series from familiar talent.
The division will produce and distribute “coveted anime series” both in Japan and globally.
The show, which the controversial actor created himself, will be “unfiltered and uncompromising.”
Customers in the U.K. and Ireland will get premieres of shows like “Trollstopia” and “Madagascar: A Little Wild.”
Commercial networks have been calling for this change for years. Australian producers are aghast.
ViacomCBS has not yet commented on internet reports that their revival of “Ren & Stimpy” has been shelved.
The changes come as the company launches an initiative to grow its presence in the kids, family, and young adult sphere.
This week we look at shifting theatrical schedules, Fox’s big commitment to animation, and talk to Pixelatl head José Iñesta about Mexico’s evolving animation industry.
Alex Désert will voice Carl Carlson in “The Simpsons” and Arif Zahir will take over as Cleveland Brown in “Family Guy.”
The critically acclaimed “Bojack Horseman” ended its six-season run without ever having won an Emmy Award.
The report also reveals how well animation is represented on each SVOD platform.
Last year, exports of French animation reached a record €77.4 (US$91.3) million.
The stylish action-adventure series ran for seven season on Adult Swim.
Angry reactions on Twitter have caused Nick Jr. to pull the premiere of an upcoming animated series.
Meanwhile, the second half of the first season will premiere on October 4.