Camp Lazlo Fires Up Ratings

Cartoon Network’s newest original series, Camp Lazlo, premiered in primetime last Friday, drawing more than five million viewers and delivering triple-digit ratings gains across ... Continue Reading →

SAG Strikes Toon Agreement

The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) has successfully negotiated a 3% increase in minimum pay for animation voiceover talent as part of a proposed three-year contract with the Alliance of ... Continue Reading →

Time Warp Trio, Catscratch Bow Saturday

Saturday, July 9, sees the debut of not one but two new, high-profile animated series. NBC and Discovery Kids Channel will kick off action-packed history lessons with Time Warp Trio ... Continue Reading →

Nelvana Toons in Corus/Comcast Vortex

Canada’s Corus Ent. and U.S. cable TV provider Comcast Corp. have joined forces to launch Vortex On Demand, a new VOD service for kids 6-12. Available mid-July at no additional ... Continue Reading →

Ren & Stimpy Brings Joy to Nicktoons

That irascible little Chihuahua and his dopey feline pal are coming back to Nickelodeon via its 24-hour animation network, Nicktoons. All three original seasons of The Ren & Stimpy ... Continue Reading →

Producers Go For Black Belt

Having produced the big-budget features I, Robot and Catch Me if You Can, Hand Picked Films principles Anthony Romano and Michel Shane have teamed with financier/producer Steven Gagnon’s ... Continue Reading →

BRB, Futurikon Hatch Dragon Hunters

Following its successful debut at last year’s MIPCOM Jr., the new animated series Dragon Hunters is set to debut in the Spanish and Portuguese markets. Produced by French animation ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Net Animates Latin American Comics

Daily Variety reports that Cartoon Network Latin America has signed on to co-produce two animated series with Indiecito, the Buenos Aires-based animation arm of Red Lojo Ent. Both shows ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Four Marathon to Flame on Boomerang

It’s a good time to be a fan of Marvel’s Fantastic Four comics. With 20th Century Fox’s big-budget, live-action feature set to debut in theaters in July 8, Cartoon ... Continue Reading →

War of the Worlds Comic Pegged for TV

Publisher Best Sellers Illustrated has announced that its War of the Worlds graphic novel is being developed as a television mini-series. Richard G. Murphy (Universal Soldier: the Return, ... Continue Reading →