Disney Channel Airs Muppets Special

Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear and the rest of the Muppets gang will be joined by some of the biggest stars with kids and tweens when Disney Channel presents Studio ... Continue Reading →

Wumblers Takes to the Skeye

Skeye Inflight Ent. (www.skeye.tv) has picked up The Giddy Gander Co.’s animated children’s series The Wumblers and will add it to its lineup of entertaiment offerings for ... Continue Reading →

Afro Samurai Returns to Spike

Samuel L. Jackson is back for more anime awesomeness as the voice of Spike TV’s Afro Samurai in Afro Samurai: Resurrection, an original movie set to premiere in January. Emmy ... Continue Reading →

Robot Chicken Not Done with Star Wars

Adult Swim assured Comic-Con attendees that it will give fans a follow-up to the Emmy-nominated animated special Robot Chicken: Star Wars. Premiering Nov. 16 at 11:30 p.m. (ET/PT), ... Continue Reading →

Nick’s Avatar Hits Ratings High

Nickelodeon announced that its original animated series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, nabbed its highest ratings ever with its third season finale. The two-hour programming event titled ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Adapts Comics

Cartoon Network has begun developing animated movies based on the comic books Firebreather and Mice Templar from Image Comics. In addition, IDW Publishing’s The Vanishers will ... Continue Reading →

Disney Renews Content Deal with Greece’s ERT

The Walt Disney Company’s EMEA TV distribution arm, Disney-ABC ESPN Television, has renewed its multi-year volume agreement with ERT, Greece’s top public TV broadcaster. ... Continue Reading →

Turbo Dogs Get Their Day on qubo

Turbo Dogs, a new CG-animated action-comedy series from Scholastic, has been scheduled to debut on Oct. 3 on multilingual and multimedia programming platform qubo (www.qubo.com). In ... Continue Reading →

Futurikon Flexes with Captain Biceps

French animation house Futurikon tells us that it is launching a new animated series titled Captain Biceps at this year’s MIPCOM, taking place in October in Cannes, France. The ... Continue Reading →

Nick Shows Go to Taiwan’s YOYO TV

Leading Taiwanese children’s broadcaster YOYO TV has picked up more than 118 hours of animated programming from Nickelodeon. Established in 2005, the partnership between YOYO ... Continue Reading →