‘The Goof Who Sat by the Door’ is the fictional story of Disney’s first-ever Black CEO who tried to make “the Blackest movie of all time.”
The series will air in 2024, and joins an ambitious lineup of adult animation offerings in development or production at Fox.
Cartoon Network Studios and Warner Bros. Animation are consolidating into a single unit, and that’s an ominous sign for the future of new, original Cartoon Network animation.
Animated productions overcame the odds at the Imagen Awards and ended up on top.
It’s clear that Fox has big plans to expand its adult animation offering.
The classic Cartoon Network series celebrates its 25th anniversary this week.
Netflix’s Arcane and Disney+’s Chip ’n Dale: Rescue Rangers are among the notable contenders.
During its annual Annecy studio presentation, Disney announced three new series, several renewals, and expanded episode counts of upcoming series.
The network emphasized its “franchise strategy” which aims to expand “the global footprint of beloved properties through spinoffs, theatricals and additional seasons.”
The government spent USD$60 million on kids’ programming over three years. That funding stream will now disappear.
Targeting the 15–35 age group, it’s billed as “India’s first and only television channel featuring this style of alternative animation 24/7.”
Black Sands focuses on stories about the Black experience that go beyond familiar slavery narratives.
But it isn’t clear how fast production is growing.
A list-in-progress of the year’s originals.
If you work for Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, or Cartoon Network, you may want to look away now.
Wyatt was popular with fans for his stylized design takes on iconic characters.
The rise and fall of Fox’s legendary children’s block — and the reason why Disney’s show was so important to it.
“Praise Petey” is created by “Saturday Night Live” head writer Ana Drezen.
The Chinese government says it wants only “excellent cartoons” that “promote truth, goodness, and beauty.”