Cartoon Net Backs Bakugan

Cartoon Network will host the U.S. debut of Bakugan, an anime series that has been a hit in Japan and Canada. The show will make its North American debut on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 9 p.m. ... Continue Reading →

Theatrical, TV Deals for Clone Wars

Having aired Lucasfilm’s 2D-animated Star Wars: Clone Wars microseries on Cartoon Network in 2003, Turner Broadcasting has snagged broadcast rights to Star Wars: The Clone Wars, ... Continue Reading →

Jibber Jabber Talks to Canada

Jibber Jabber Toons Ltd. and Northwest Imaging & FX Ltd. (NWFX) have completed the first season of Jibber Jabber, a computer-animated television series for kids 6-12. Canadian ... Continue Reading →

Judge Animated for ABC

Having created Beavis and Butt-Head for MTV and King of the Hill for FOX, Mike Judge is working on a new animated series for ABC, according to Daily Variety. The Network has ordered ... Continue Reading →

NOGGIN Pens Peppa Pig

Nickelodeon preschool network NOGGIN has acquired U.S. broadcast rights to the first season of the U.K. animated series Peppa Pig. Produced by Astley Baker Davies Ltd. and handled by ... Continue Reading →

TELETOON, Hit Flock to Aardman’s Shaun

Aardman Animations’ hit children’s series Shaun the Sheep has been picked up for broadcast by TELETOON in Canada, while Hit Ent. nabbed U.S. and Canada home video and licensing ... Continue Reading →

Elastic Takes On Mama Mirabelle

Spanish brand management company Elastic Rights has been appointed to handle television, home video, merchandising and licensing rights for National Geographic Television International’s ... Continue Reading →

Marley Launches Archie Prods.

Independent production company Archie Prods. has opened its doors in the U.K. with the goal of developing and producing creative intellectual property for both broadcast and digital ... Continue Reading →

Clone Wars Going Theatrical?

Star Wars fans eagerly awaiting the debut of the upcoming CG-animated Clone Wars television series may have an opportunity to see it on the big screen as early as this spring. According ... Continue Reading →

SCI FI Finds Sanctuary

The green screen style of filmmaking popularized by the hits Sin City and 300 is making its way to the small screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sci Fi Channel has given the ... Continue Reading →