Nat Geo Signs Huckins to Development Deal

Cable ACE Award-winning writer/producer Holly Huckins (Rugrats) has signed on to develop a stop-motion preschool comedy series for National Geographic Television & Film’s ... Continue Reading →

South Park, Clone Wars Snag Emmys

Comedy Central’s long-running adult cartoon, South Park, and Cartoon Network’s animated micro-series, Star Wars: Clone Wars, came out on top in the animation category on ... Continue Reading →

Disney Channel Fires Up More American Dragon

Walt Disney Television Animation’s American Dragon: Jake Long got a second season order from Disney Channel Worldwide. The 2D-animated comedy/adventure series airs on 24 Disney ... Continue Reading →

Amberwood, YTV Pact for RollBots

Amberwood Ent., Canada and Canadian broadcaster YTV have signed a deal to develop a CG-animated series titled RollBots. The action show for kids 6-11 will be initially comprised of ... Continue Reading →

Facelift’s Monstories Make for Cartoon Network

Vancouver, Canada-based animation development studio Facelift Ent. Inc. will deliver 52 episodes of its award-winning animated series, Monstories, to Cartoon Network in the U.S. Under ... Continue Reading →

Taffy Stretches Two New Toons

A smart rocket and a girl raised by a family of bugs are part of the new lineup of animated shows being shopped by Taffy Entertainment at the MIPCOM Junior market in October. Taffy, ... Continue Reading →

CAT2 Plug-In Is Out of the Hat

Animators and game development artists can check out Version 2 of New Zealand-based Character Animation Technologies’ CAT system this week. CAT Version 2 is a plug-in for Autodesk’s ... Continue Reading →

South Park Renewed for Three

Comedy Central has renewed the animated primetime series that put it on the map, giving creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone at least three more years to wreak havoc on their fictional ... Continue Reading →

King of the Hill Coming to an End?

The New York Post today quotes King of the Hill creator Mike Judge saying that the new fall season of the hit FOX animated series may be the last. Following the antics of red-blooded ... Continue Reading →

Ripe TV Needs Toons

Ripe TV, a new advertiser-supported On-Demand entertainment network for men, is set to launch this fall and has issued a call for animated shorts and series. The network’s programming ... Continue Reading →