Adult Swim Offers Custom DVDs On Demand

Cartoon Network Enterprises has unveiled a custom DVD-on-demand programs that lets users create fully customizable discs featuring their choice of some 100 episodes from the network’s ... Continue Reading →

Boomerang to Revisit Classic Thanksgiving

Cartoon Network’s sister channel Boomerang will air commercial free on Thanksgiving the classic Hanna-Barbera animated special The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn’t. The 30-minute ... Continue Reading →

Ed, Edd ‘n Eddy Movie Wraps Show with Big Ratings

It took more than a year to play in the United States after first playing abroad, but the American premiere of Ed, Edd ‘n Eddy’s Big Picture Show was a ratings hit for Cartoon ... Continue Reading →

Syfy Orders Homemade Astronauts Series

Syfy has ordered five episodes of Outer Space Astronauts, a series that combines live-action and 3-D animation. Created by and starring Russell Barrett as Captain Bruce Ripley, the ... Continue Reading →

New TMNT Toon Comes Out of Shell on CW4Kids

A new 90-minute animated movie starring everyone’s favorite pizza-loving, evil-fighting turtles will makes its TV debut on Saturday, November 21st at 10 a.m. on The CW4Kids. Titled ... Continue Reading →

Cookie Jar’s Johnny Test Returns to Cartoon Network

Fans of ready-for-adventure Johnny Test and his genetically engineered super dog, Dukey, can look forward to a new season of the popular Cookie Jar show beginning Thursday, Nov. 12 ... Continue Reading →

SpongeBob Helps Fanboy Set New Records for Nick

Last Friday, a new star-studded special featuring SpongeBob SquarePants, one of Nickelodeon’s most popular weapons of mass entertainment, helped deliver huge numbers for the premiere ... Continue Reading →

Sesame Street’s 40th Season Offers CG-Animated Muppets

Today marks the launch of Sesame Street‘s 40th anniversary season, and the next stage in the long-running program’s edutainment domination will include a brand new segment ... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Look at Nick’s Fanboy and Chum Chum

Being a superhero isn’t easy, but it sure is funny. It’s also a chance for animators to bring together the polish of CG and the classic squash and stretch style of classic ... Continue Reading →

Gamble Rolls to Disney TV Animation

Kevin Gamble is joining Disney Television Animation as its vice president of development. Gamble will oversee development of new animated shorts and series for children, tweens and ... Continue Reading →