Cartoon Network Reveals New Shows

Cartoon Network today announced its programming line-up for 2007 at its annual Upfront event in New York City. The slate will offer five new original series, including Re-Animated, ... Continue Reading →

TELETOON Previews Four Shows

Canadian animation network TELETOON will offer an exclusive sneak preview of four new series this Friday, March 16, during its Spin Cycle block (4 p.m.-6 p.m. ET/PT). The lineup additions ... Continue Reading →

Sony Sees Future in Afterworld

It’s the end of the world as we know it and Sony Pictures Television International (SPTI) wants to profit from it. The studio unit has acquired exclusive international television, ... Continue Reading →

Love Stinks! On Boomerang

Love is in the air as Boomerang, Turner Broadcasting’s classic cartoon network, celebrates Valentine’s Day with a 24-hour marathon of romantic romps starring love-obsessed ... Continue Reading →

RichCrest Expands, Changes Name

RichCrest Animation, the U.S.-based production arm of Indian CG animation studio Crest Animation Studios Ltd., is now known as Crest Animation Prods. Inc. In addition to changing its ... Continue Reading →

WB Animation Starts New Seasons

Warner Bros. Animation announced that it has begun production on new seasons of Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!, Tom and Jerry Tales, Legion of Super Heroes and The Batman. The ... Continue Reading →

Toon Disney Snaps Bionicle Pics Together

Cable outlet Toon Disney will air the feature films Bionicle 2: Legend of Metru Nui and Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows on Monday, Feb. 26. The second and third installments in the successful ... Continue Reading →

PBS Leads Children’s Emmy Nominations

Public broadcaster PBS came out on top with a total of 18 nominations as the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced the nominees for the very first Children’s ... Continue Reading →

YTV Gets Dragged In by Studio B

Studio B Prods. Inc. has signed a deal with YTV, a division of Corus Ent., to produce a new animated series titled Look What My Sister Dragged In. Aimed at kids 6-11, the show will ... Continue Reading →

Trump Toon Moves Forward

Back in October, we reported that Premiere Publishing Group Inc., publisher of Trump Magazine, had drafted a letter of intent to produce an animated series featuring business tycoon ... Continue Reading →