[adult swim] Visits The Boondocks in October

Cartoon Network announced that Aaron McGruder’s award-winning, politically charged comic strip, The Boondocks, will premiere on Oct. 2 at 11 p.m. (ET, PT) on its [adult swim] ... Continue Reading →

Aardman Picks Up Belgian Panic

It looks like Cowboy, Indian and Horse have a new home. After spotting Vincent Tavier and Steven Aubier’s Panique au Village (A Town Called Panic) at the MIP TV confab, Aardman ... Continue Reading →

IDT Entertainment Preps New Sci-Fi Anthology for Showtime

Yes, it’s yet another big news day for the folks at IDT Entertainment as the company announces it film anthology series in conjunction with Industry Entertainment Productions. ... Continue Reading →

Garner Climbs the Mouse Ladder

Scott Garner has been promoted to senior VP of programming at the Disney Channel, where he’ll continue to oversee the planning and scheduling of all children’s TV content ... Continue Reading →

Emmy Noms Announced

Peter, Jack, Homer, Cartman and SpongeBob are getting the tuxes pressed in light of today’s announcement of Primetime Emmy Awards nominations. The race for Outstanding Animated ... Continue Reading →

Devil’s Rejects Animated Spin-off?

As rocker-turned-filmmaker Rob Zombie unleashes his ultra violent grindhouse horror tribute, The Devil’s Rejects, in theaters next weekend, there’s talk of a possible animated ... Continue Reading →

Early Fall, Simpsons for FOX

According to Daily Variety, The FOX broadcasting network is set to launch its fall lineup in September rather than holding off until the end of Baseball season in November. The move ... Continue Reading →

Nick Dishes Toon Flicks for Summer

Nickelodeon hopes to cure the summertime blues with a trio of new primetime TV movies based on the hit animated series All Grown Up, Danny Phantom and My Life as a Teenage Robot. The ... Continue Reading →

Camp Lazlo Fires Up Ratings

Cartoon Network’s newest original series, Camp Lazlo, premiered in primetime last Friday, drawing more than five million viewers and delivering triple-digit ratings gains across ... Continue Reading →

SAG Strikes Toon Agreement

The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) has successfully negotiated a 3% increase in minimum pay for animation voiceover talent as part of a proposed three-year contract with the Alliance of ... Continue Reading →