Replacements Tops Disney Channel Shows

Disney Channel’s latest original animated series, The Replacements, has become the network’s highest rated animated show among kids 6-11. In addition, the episode ‘Halloween ... Continue Reading →

Nicktoons Sets Skyland Premiere

Those who caught the hour-long Skyland special back in January can look forward to next month’s launch of the half-hour series on Nicktoons Network. The outlet’s first foray ... Continue Reading →

Toonami Has Hellboy for Halloween

Having been translated for the big screen by acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro, Mike Mignola’s Comic-book series Hellboy is set to make its animated debut on cartoon Network. ... Continue Reading →

Edgar & Ellen Sells to Nick Int’l Channels

Star Farm Prods.’ animated series Edgar & Ellen has been acquired for broadcast by Nickelodeon channels in France, Italy, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland ... Continue Reading →

FOX Raises Dreadful Children

According to The Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox TV has made a pilot order for Two Dreadful Children, an animated series from Kitchen Confidential creator/exec producer Dave Hemingson. ... Continue Reading →

GoTV Takes G4TV Mobile

Video game-centric cable outlet G4TV has come to cell phones via a deal with mobile television company GoTV Networks. The U.S. broadcast home of the gory, animated Happy Tree Friends ... Continue Reading →

Trump: The Animated Series?

For once, it may not be a bad thing for animators to hear the words ‘You’re fired.’ Premiere Publishing Group Inc. (PPG), publisher of Trump Magazine, has announced ... Continue Reading →

Disney Channel Orders More Charlie and Lola

A third season of the preschool series Charlie and Lola has been greenlit for Disney Channel’s learning-focused Playhouse Disney block. The show is based on the award-winning ... Continue Reading →

New Lola & Virginias Debut on Animania HD

VOOM HD Networks’ Animania HD channel will kick off new episodes of the animated series Lola & Virginia on Saturday, Oct. 14, at 2:30 p.m. (EST). Two 12-minute episodes will ... Continue Reading →

Nick Takes Domo International

Nickelodeon has acquired the Japanese stop-motion kids property Domo for broadcast on its international channels. The agreement with New York-based marketing agency Big Tent Ent. will ... Continue Reading →