Bakugan Back in Business on Cartoon Network

Dan, Marucho, Drago and the rest of the gang from Bakugan have kicked off their new season of adventures on Cartoon Network Saturdays at 9 a.m. in grand style. The second season, which ... Continue Reading →

Galactik Football to Score on GMTV

Alphanim’s popular animated series Galactik Football will begin airing on U.K.’s free-to-air GMTV block on CITV Channel and ITV4 simultanously. The half-hour toon, which ... Continue Reading →

Fishtronaut Makes Huge Splash in Latin America

The Brazilian animated series Fishtronaut was the most-watched kids TV show (age group four to 11) in its broadcasting time (7:30 p.m.-8 p.m.) during its first week of broadcast on ... Continue Reading →

TBS Develops Big Tow; IFC Opens The Wrong Door

As the major networks and cable outlets announce their slates of new shows, several new animated shows have made the cut. In addition to the previously announced Neighbors from Hell, ... Continue Reading →

Nick Orders Pilot for Monsters vs. Aliens Series

DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg revealed that Nickelodeon has ordered a TV pilot based on the recent hit movie Monsters vs. Aliens. The news, which Katzenberg revealed at ... Continue Reading →

Lincoln Butterfield’s RIP, M.D. to Debut as Comic

Animation studio Lincoln Butterfield will debut its RIP, M.D. animated TV property as a series of graphic novels to be published by Fantagraphics. Created by Mitch Schauser, RIP, M.D. ... Continue Reading →

Gervais to Animate Podcasts for HBO

Original Office mate Ricky Gervais is getting animated, with HBO ordering 13 episodes of a new cartoon series based on the actor’s popular series of podcasts. According to Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Fox, Aniboom Seek Holiday Special Ideas

The Fox TV network and virtual animation studio Aniboom are looking for some holiday cheer as they announce a contest seeking the next classic animated holiday special. The contest ... Continue Reading →

Studio 37 Forges Animated Alliances

The two-year-old French telecom Orange film subsidiary Studio 37 is making a lot of news at the Cannes Film Festival and market this week. The Paris-based company announced several ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Picks Up Ugly Americans

Comedy Central is betting on animation to bring in the laughs, giving the green light to seven episodes of David Stern’s new series Ugly Americans and developing animated projects ... Continue Reading →