Stan Lee Gets Real with SCI FI

Stan Lee, the comic-book legend behind Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, Fantastic Four and X-Men, has joined forces with SCI FI Channel and Nash Ent. to produce a weekly reality series ... Continue Reading →

Futurama Revived at Comedy Central

TVWeek.com reports that Comedy Central has ordered 13 all-new episodes of Futurama from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening. FOX cancelled the series three years ago and was considering ... Continue Reading →

Diego is Go for Season Two

After a successful first season on Nick Jr., the preschool series Go, Diego, Go! has received the green light for a second batch of episodes. A spin-off of the wildly popular Dora ... Continue Reading →

HIT, Sparrowhawk Plan Euro Kid Net

HIT Ent. has announced plans to launch a European kids network with help from Sparrowhawk Media, the parent company of Hallmark International. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the ... Continue Reading →

Cosgrove Animates Missing Dr. Whos

As the BBC dusted off old episodes of the original Doctor Who series for DVD release, it was discovered that more than 100 episodes had somehow vanished from the archives. Manchester-based ... Continue Reading →

Cuppa Coffee to Animate New E! Show

According to Adam Shaheen, president of Cuppa Coffee Studios, the animation house is working with U.S. cable network E! Entertainment to produce a stop-motion TV series tentatively ... Continue Reading →

Nick Jr. Orders More Wonder Pets!

Nick Jr. has greenlit a second season of the animated preschool series The Wonder Pets! Since its premiere on March 3, the show has consistently ranked among the top three preschool ... Continue Reading →

[adult swim] Paddles to TELETOON

The Detour, Canadian broadcaster TELETOON’s answer to Cartoon Network’s [adult swim], is adopting a slate of shows from its U.S. counterpart. Starting this September, [adult ... Continue Reading →

Nick’s Wubbzy! Gets Multiplatform Sneak

Before it joins the Nick Jr. lineup on Aug. 28, the new animated series Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! will be introduced to viewers via mobile phones, broadband video and a video podcast. Exclusive ... Continue Reading →

JEN to Mint More Anime for U.S.

Having brought the hugely successful Dragonball Z property to the U.S. on Cartoon Network, Japan Entertainment Network (JEN) has its sights set on producing an aggressive slate of anime ... Continue Reading →