Boomerang Goes Green with Gazoo

Boomerang, Cartoon Network’s commercial-free home of classic animation, is avoiding the St. Patrick’s Day pinch by running a marathon of six Flintstones episodes featuring ... Continue Reading →

Spike TV Joins Star Wars Fan Short Search

Spike TV has teamed with fellow MTV Networks division AtomFilms and Lucasfilm Ltd. to launch the Star Wars Fan Movie Challenge, a new phase of an annual contest involving short films ... Continue Reading →

TELETOON Gets Chaotic

Chaotic, the new animated action series from 4Kids Ent., will debut in Canada on March 16 with a 5:30 p.m. special sneak peek on TELETOON. The property, which also has trading-card ... Continue Reading →

Nick Int’l Wild and Wooly for Shaun

Aardman Animations’ new stop-motion kids’ series, Shaun the Sheep, has broadened its broadcast pasture though a far-reaching deal with Nickelodeon International. Aardman ... Continue Reading →

Gotham Gets New Anime Channel 24/7

Anime fans in New York City have a whole new reason to call in sick or develop a job they can do at home. Texas-based FUNimation Entertainment has announced that the FUNimation Channel ... Continue Reading →

El Tigre Premiere Has Teeth

Nickelodeon’s new original animated series, El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, enjoyed the best premiere performance ever for a Saturday morning series on the network. ... Continue Reading →

El Tigre Unleashed on Nick

A 13-year-old boy is torn between becoming a superhero like his father and a super villain like his grandfather in El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, a Flash-animated series ... Continue Reading →

Nick Gets Scurvy

Nickelodeon has acquired worldwide multiplatform rights to Entara Ltd.’s CG-animated show Those Scurvy Rascals. The series of 26 three-and-a-half-minute episodes will begin airing ... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man 3 Peeks on Heroes, Web

The Monday, March 5, installment of the hit NBC series Heroes will offer an exclusive one-minute clip of the upcoming Columbia Pictures release Spider-Man 3. A full six minutes from ... Continue Reading →

Ratings Rise for [adult swim]

Having graduated from a late-night programming block on Cartoon Network to a Neilson-recognized network in its own right, [adult swim] has been setting records among ad-supported basic ... Continue Reading →