Disney Channel Tops with Kids

Buoyed by the phenomenal success of live-action programs such as High School Musical and Hannah Montana, as well as a slate of hit animated shows, Disney Channel enjoyed its most-watched ... Continue Reading →

Lil’ Bush Back in March

Comedy Central announced that the second season of the animated political spoof Lil’ Bush will kick off on Thursday, March 13 at 10:30 p.m. The ten new episodes will feature guest ... Continue Reading →

Ricky Sprocket Rockets to Nicktoons

Nicktoons Network will host the U.S. premiere of the animated series Ricky Sprocket’Showbiz Boy on Monday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. (ET). The 26-episode show from Oscar-winning creators ... Continue Reading →

Johnny Test Comes to Cartoon Network

After a successful two-season run during on Kids’ WB! lineup on The CW network, Cookie Jar Ent.’s animated series Johnny Test is set to make its Cartoon Network debut on ... Continue Reading →

Breakthrough is Producing Parker

Breakthrough Animation has received an order from CanWest Media to produce thirteen half-hour episodes of an animated sitcom titled Producing Parker for TVtropolis. Developed by Laura ... Continue Reading →

Anime Network Adds Four Shows

Cable and video-on-demand offering Anime Network is kicking off the new year with the addition of four programs to its VOD lineup. Throughout the month of January, the network will ... Continue Reading →

NOGGIN Becomes 24-7 Network

Nickelodeon’s 12-hour preschool programming block, NOGGIN, will become a 24-hour network in its own right on New Year’s Eve. The commercial-free, educational preschool channel ... Continue Reading →

Skunk Fu! Goes Global with Disney Deal

Cake Distribution has sold the animated comedy-action series Skunk Fu! to Disney Channel Latin America, completing the show’s global reach. Co-produced by Cartoon Saloon, Cake ... Continue Reading →

Impossible Pictures Acquires Firestep

Impossible Pictures will expand its operations outside London by acquiring Manchester-based animation company Firestep. The acquisition will open doors in the children’s market ... Continue Reading →

Nickelodeon Tops With Kids in ’07

Citing Nielsen Media Research findings, Nickelodeon announced that it was the most-watched kids’ network of 2007, delivering 2.1 million more total viewers than closest competitor ... Continue Reading →