Nickelodeon To Unveil New Logo in Fall

Children’s network Nickelodeon has announced it will celebrate its 30th anniversary and fall rebranding of its networks with a new logo. The current orange splatter logo, which ... Continue Reading →

Glenn Martin DDS To Premiere Aug. 17 on Nick

Glenn Martin DDS ‘the first TV series from former Disney chief Michael Eisner’s new Tornante Animation company ‘will premiere Aug. 17 at 8 p.m. on Nick at Nite. The ... Continue Reading →

Simpsons Announces 21st Season Guests

The Simpsons exec producer Al Jean has revealed the celebrity guest voices lined up for the 21st season of the long-running hit animated series. Jean told that Coldplay lead ... Continue Reading →

Disney XD Goes Live in U.K. Aug. 31

Disney XD, the boy-focused rebranding of the company’s Jetix channel, will go live Aug. 31 in the United Kingdom. The channel will launch with an airing of the live-action series ... Continue Reading →

Futurama Panel Proceeds Sans Cast

The Futurama panel at Comic-Con had the potential to be one of the most awkward panels this year due to the recently reported contract dispute between the studio and the original voice ... Continue Reading →

Soaking in Genius

How SpongeBob SquarePants evolved from being a clever little toon on Nickelodeon to one of the most popular characters in the history of animation in 10 incredible years. SpongeBob ... Continue Reading →

Bikini Bottom Confessions:

Creative Director, Vince Waller: Why the show has struck such a chord: ‘I think SpongeBob’s appeal to kids is that he has what they all crave’full autonomy. He is ... Continue Reading →

Soaking in the Festivities

To help celebrate the 10th anniversary of the old spongemeister, Nickelodeon and sister station VH1 are planning all kinds of cool programming stunts, so mark your calendars and fire ... Continue Reading →

Fox Seeks Cheaper Futurama Cast

20th Century Fox TV has sent out a casting call and begun auditions for voice actors to replace the original cast of the long-running sci-fi animated series Futurama after contract ... Continue Reading →

TV-Loonland Plants Shows in Asia

TV-Loonland has scored deals for several of its animated children’s series with major broadcasters in Asia. Disney Japan has bought the TV rights for all 52 three-minute episodes ... Continue Reading →