Cartoon Network Puts on Short Pants

Sunday Pants, a new half-hour showcase of original and acquired animated shorts, will debut on Cartoon Network on Sunday, Oct. 2, at 9:30 p.m. (ET, PT). The series, which will air every ... Continue Reading →

Mike Young Plunges into "Dive! Olly! Dive!"

Mike Young Prods. (MYP) has boarded the international co-production, Dive! Olly! Dive!, a CG-animated series for kids 4-7. The slate of 52 eleven-minute episodes is a group effort for ... Continue Reading →

Kids Crazy for Loonatics

Despite some fan opposition over the updated look of Warner Bros.’ classic Looney Tunes characters, the new Loonatics Unleashed was the top-rated Saturday morning show among U.S. ... Continue Reading →

Get Ed on Toon Disney

Get Ed, a new CG-animated action series from Walt Disney Television Animation, debuts on Toon Disney Monday, Sept. 19, at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT). The series of 26 half-hour episodes will ... Continue Reading →

Dragon Booster Flies to France, Spain

Alliance Atlantis Communications has secured broadcast deals with TF1 in France and Telecinco in Spain for its CG-animated children’s property, Dragon Booster. The series will ... Continue Reading →

UTV To Animate Kong for BKN

In a deal worth $10 million, New York-based BKN New Media Inc. has outsourced animation to India’s UTV Toonz, the animation division of UTV Software Communications Ltd. Initial ... Continue Reading →

Kids’ WB! Unleashes Loonatics

The futuristic descendants of classic Warner Bros. animated characters turn out to be wisecracking superheroes in Loonatics Unleashed, the controversial new cartoon launching this weekend ... Continue Reading →

Danny Phantom Special Materializes Friday

It’s back-to-school time for Danny Fenton, Butch Hartman’s young ghost buster who is also part apparition himself. In Danny Phantom: The Ultimate Enemy, a new hour-long ... Continue Reading →

Global Mechanic Opens Series Unit

Commercial animation production house Global Mechanic has created a new division to focus on series production, kicking things off with new shows for PBS and Cartoon Network. The unit ... Continue Reading →

Bunny Parodies Hoppin’ on Starz

Having built a strong following on the web, Jennifer Shiman’s 30-second, animated bunny reenactments of popular movies hit cable television as a Starz On Demand offering on April ... Continue Reading →