NOGGIN Does More Pinky Dinky Doo

From Monday, March 26, through Friday, March 30, NOGGIN will premiere five new, half-hour episodes of the animated preschool series Pinky Dinky Doo, a co-production with Sesame Workshop ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Visits Land Before Time

After a number of successful big-screen and direct-to-video releases, the popular animated franchise The Land Before Time will make its television series debut on Cartoon Network next ... Continue Reading →

Stewie and Brian are Up Late

This Sunday, Oscar night, fans of Fox’s Family Guy may want to boot up the computer to check out an all-new short featuring maniacal child genius Stewie and martini-sipping, talking ... Continue Reading →

Endemol Puts Joe Cartoon in Blender, the Flash animation comedy site that launched Frog in a Blender, Gerbil in a Microwave and Lump: The No-Legged Dog, has been bought by Endemol, producer of the hit NBC ... Continue Reading →

Mouse House Squeaks for Second Season of Yin Yang Yo!

Animation ‘It Guy’ of the year, Bob Boyle, has another reason to celebrate as Toon Disney recently picked up a second season of his hot Flash-animated show Yin Yang Yo for ... Continue Reading →

Three Pick Up Cookie Jar’s Magi-Nation

Cookie Jar Ent.’s newest original animated series, Magi-Nation, has found North American broadcast homes in Kids’ WB! on The CW in the U .S., Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ... Continue Reading →

Nelvana Harbors Horrid Henry

Canada’s Nelvana Ent. has signed on to distribute Horrid Henry, a new animated series from Novel Ent., the independent producer behind the hit CBBC pre-school shows Fimbles and ... Continue Reading →

Jetix Europe Picks Up Iggy Arbuckle

Jetix Europe has acquired the European Pay TV rights to Iggy Arbuckle, a quirky animated series produced by Blueprint Ent. in association with National Geographic Kids’ Ent. and ... Continue Reading →

SCI FI’s O.Z. Gets Dorothy

SCI FI Channel has announced that Zooey Deschanel (Elf) has been cast to play the Dorothy role in Tin Man, the network’s upcoming six-hour miniseries based on L. Frank Baum’s ... Continue Reading →

National Geographic Clips Roach to Licensing Gig

National Geographic has hired Betsy Roach as director of licensing for television and film properties, a job that was previously outsourced to agency Lisa Marks and Associates. Based ... Continue Reading →