Boondocks Back on Monday

Aaron McGruder’s animated series The Boondocks makes its triumphant return to Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim on Monday, Oct. 8. The long-delayed season two opener will air ... Continue Reading →

FOX Grabs Abram’s Fringe

As his hit ABC series, Lost, rolls on for at least two more seasons and his untitled giant CG monster movie gets set to attack theaters on January 18, 2008, J.J. Abrams has inked a ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy Faces Law Suit

Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane and Cartoon Network are named as defendants in a law suit filed by Bourne, the publishing company that owns the rights to the 1940 tune ‘When ... Continue Reading →

Win Pale Force Sunscreen!

Summer may be over, but crime never takes a holiday. That’s why we’re giving you a chance to join the Pale Force with your very own tube of Pale Force sunscreen. Stay pasty ... Continue Reading →

4Kids Gets CW Block

4Kids Ent. has inked a deal to program The CW Network’s Saturday morning kids block for five years beginning with the 2008-2009 broadcast season. Airing Saturday mornings between ... Continue Reading →

Breakthrough Celebrates Five Years at MIPCOM

Established in 2002, Canadian entertainment company Breakthrough Ent. will mark five years of developing and producing animated programming with a special celebration at next week’s ... Continue Reading →

More Gromit from Park, Aardman

Aardman International announced today that it is heading to MIPCOM next week with its new Wallace and Gromit film, Trouble At’ Mill. The half-hour TV special is currently in pre-production ... Continue Reading →

Foothill Leads Eddy, Dinosaur to MIPCOM

In addition to the recently announced animated series based on the popular Whac-A-Mole arcade game, Foothill Ent. is bringing the newly acquired Collingwood O’Hare 2D property ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Renews Lil’ Bush

Cable network Comedy Central has greenlit a second season of the animated series Lil’ Bush, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The new 10-episode order will continue the future ... Continue Reading →

Porchlight’s Animalia Prowls to PBS

The new CG-animated children’s series Animalia from PorchLight Ent. will be presented to PBS stations across the U.S. through a deal with WETA, a PBS station in Washington, D.C. ... Continue Reading →