SpongeBob Goes Flintstone

SpongeBob trades in his signature square pants for a square loin cloth in the primetime special SpongeBob SquarePants Goes Prehistoric, premiering tonight, March 5, at 8 p.m. on Nickelodeon. The ... Continue Reading →

Daytime Emmy Noms Unveiled

The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences today announced its nominees for the 31st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, recognizing some popular cartoons among the hopefuls. PBS’ Arthur, ... Continue Reading →

SCI FI Begins Tripping the Rift

SCI FI Channel’s first animated series, Tripping the Rift, premieres tonight 10:30 p.m. The racy, CG animated half-hour comedy Joins the Thursday night lineup following the debut ... Continue Reading →

Spike TV Previews This Just In

Male-oriented cable network Spike TV expands its animated offerings next week with the debut of This Just In, a Flash-animated comedy series that offers timely riffs on politics and ... Continue Reading →

DIC, Mainframe Give Inspector Gadget CG Treatment

Everybody’s favorite bumbling, bionic crime fighter, Inspector Gadget, leapt off the animation stand to appear in the flesh in a pair of live-action features in 1999 and 2003. ... Continue Reading →

Bartlet’s Party Wagon Blazes Trail Tonight

If you’re a cartoon fan who also likes classic shows like Wild, Wild West and Little House on the Prairie, you won’t want to miss tonight’s premiere of the animated ... Continue Reading →

Antefilms, Animation Launch Distribution Brand

French producer Antefilms Production and youth producer and distributor France Animation are launching Moonscoop. The new joint distribution brand will combine the respective sales ... Continue Reading →

Will Shrek Cry for Barbara Walters?

Uber-interviewer Barbara Walters is known for making some of the biggest stars turn on the waterworks, but she’s never taken a crack at a big, green ogre before. All that will ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Net to Debut Five New Toons

Rerun season may be on the way, but Cartoon Network says it will broadcast more new episodes in 2004 than ever before in its 11-year history. The more than 500 new half hours will be ... Continue Reading →

Antonucci’s Dim Kids Get Picked Up

It looks like Danny Antonucci’s superzeroes of suburbia will be continuing their zany reign on Cartoon Network. Antonucci’s Ed, Edd n Eddy series, which premiered in January ... Continue Reading →