FOX Says Hello Cleveland

Is Family Guy‘s token African American ready for his own series? The FOX network and 20th Century Fox TV seem to think so. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the entities are ... Continue Reading →

Starz Goes Inside Pixar

Starz Inside, Starz Ent.’s series of original television specials, will return on April 22 with a look at the history and inner workings of one of the most famous animation studios ... Continue Reading →

Franny’s Feet Walks to Disney Channel U.K.

Britain is the latest destination for Franny’s Feet as the internationally successful animated children’s series gets sold to Disney Channel in the U.K. Produced by DECODE ... Continue Reading →

Zula Patrol on the Big Screen

The animated public television series The Zula Patrol has been teaching kids 3-8 about science, math and astronomy since fall of 2005, and now the show is making its big-screen debut ... Continue Reading →

Replacements Ready for Sophomore Season

Disney Channel will launch the second season of its popular animated series The Replacements on Monday, March 10. Created by children’s author and illustrator Dan Santat (The ... Continue Reading →

China Extends Ban on SpongeBob

Just when it seemed that the Chinese regulators were going to warm up a little to Western shows, the country’s State Administration of Radio, Film and TV (SARFT) is cracking down ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Kicks Off Chop Socky Chooks

Why did Aardman/Decode’s CG-animated chickens cross the road? To get on Cartoon Network, silly! That’s right, the three Kung Fu-fighting chickens of Chop Socky Chooks will ... Continue Reading →

DUCK Swims with Hoop

LA.-based indie studio DUCK recently wrapped the innovative partially animated music video for rising star Jesca Hoop’s second single ‘Money.’ Directed by Richard ... Continue Reading →

Big Bad Boo Ready for Business in Vancouver

A new Vancouver-based toon house founded by husband-and-wife team of Aly Jetha and Shabnam Rezaei, officially opened its doors in January. Located in the city’s historic Yaletown ... Continue Reading →

Dora Explores Live Action

First Cartoon Network’s Ben 10 went live-action with a special movie event, and now Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer is heading down the same trail. Nickelodeon announced ... Continue Reading →