Emmy Noms Announced

The Academy today released its list of nominations for the 60th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, airing Sept. 21 on ABC. The animation categories will again be relegated to the Creative ... Continue Reading →

Black Panther Sneaks at Comic-Con

BET Networks and Marvel Animation will treat San Diego Comic-Con attendees to a special sneak peek at their upcoming animated superhero series, The Black Panther. BET’s panel ... Continue Reading →

Cleveland Voice Cast Grows

The title character in FOX’s upcoming Family Guy spin-off is voiced by a white guy, and now his redneck neighbor will be voiced by an African-American actor. Daily Variety reports ... Continue Reading →

TELETOON Adds 11 Shows for Fall

Canada’s TELETOON is giving its viewership something to look forward to this fall as it prepares to debut 11 new series. Chowder, The Spectacular Spider-Man, Ben 10: Alien Force ... Continue Reading →

Space Chimps Clips Launch on Starz

Actress Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm) will introduce exclusive clips and other material from her upcoming CG-animated feature film Space Chimps as she hosts a day-long “Amazing ... Continue Reading →

Bert, Ernie Make Clay Debut in August

The previously announced clay-animated series The Adventures of Bert and Ernie will debut this August on PBS KIDS as a regular segment of the 39th season of Sesame Street. Animated ... Continue Reading →

SCI FI Beefs Up Ani-Monday

SCI FI Channel this month debuts new series and movies in its weekly Ani-Monday anime programming block. Airing Monday nights from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m., the lineup will feature a collection ... Continue Reading →

Nick Shows Go to the Olympics

Nickelodeon is celebrating the summer Olympics with four new sports-themed episodes of the hit animated shows The Fairly OddParents, The Backyardigans, Dora the Explorer and Ni Hao, ... Continue Reading →

FX All Ears for Horton Hears a Who!

The hit animated family feature Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! will make its free TV debut on FX. Daily Variety reports that the basic cable network has snatched up broadcast ... Continue Reading →

WGA Scribes Support Sit Down, Shut Up Writers

A number of animation writers/producers who are members of the Writers’ Guild of America (WGA) have come out in support of fellow scribes who walked off of FOX’s new animated ... Continue Reading →