Farscape Returns Sunday

The SCI FI Channel outraged a lot of viewers when it cancelled its best original series, the well-written, superbly acted and effects-laden space opera, Farscape, at the end of its ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Ventures into Chinese Market

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. Pictures has pacted with the China Film Group and the Hengdian Group to establish Warner China Film HG Corp. The new venture will reportedly ... Continue Reading →

GMTV Grabs Disney, Jetix Shows

Leading British kids’ broadcaster GMTV has signed a new deal with Buena Vista International Television (BVITV) to license top Disney animated titles. A separate agreement will ... Continue Reading →

Adelphia Gets Anime Network in So Cal

Anime Network will extend its reach in Southern California with a late 2004 launch on Adelphia OnDemand. The service will be offered at no additional charge to Adelphia’s digital ... Continue Reading →

Drew’s Green Screen Hits Small Screen

Improv meets animation tonight with the premiere of Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show on The WB. Kicking off at 8:30/7:30 central, the show is hosted by Carey and features a cast ... Continue Reading →

Smokey Robinson Enters ToddWorld

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Grammy Award-winner Smokey Robinson will sing "Colorful World," the theme song to ToddWorld, a quirky new animated series set to debut on TLC ... Continue Reading →

New JibJab Toon on Tonight Show

As the presidential debates heat up, JibJab (www.jibjab.com) and AtomFilms (www.atomfilms.com) are once again taking aim at both candidates with a sequel to their animated short spoof, ... Continue Reading →

MGA Ent.’s Alien Racers Speeds to Fox

MGA Ent., the consumer entertainment products company behind the BRATZ doll sensation, has joined forces with 4Kids Ent. to bring its new boys’ action property to the Fox television ... Continue Reading →

Cramp Twins Travel to Super RTL, Fox Kids Germany

TV-Loonland has sold its hit animated series, The Cramp Twins, to top broadcasters in Germany. Super RTL has picked up the second season (26×11), while pay-TV provider Fox Kids ... Continue Reading →

Foster’s Home Fully Adopted by Cartoon Network

Having received a warm welcome from young viewers across the country, the new animated series, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, has earned its keep at Cartoon Network. The ... Continue Reading →