Jim Henson Co. Debuts Dinosaur, Skrumps at MIPCOM

The Jim Henson Co. will debut two all-new CG-animated series at next month’s MIPCOM in Cannes. In addition to expanding its web property The Skrumps for television, the company ... Continue Reading →

Mighty B! will Buzz Again

Nickelodeon has renewed the hit animated series The Mighty B! for another season. The network has ordered 20 new half-hour episodes of the comedy created by Amy Poehler (Saturday Night ... Continue Reading →

Rah Rah!, Gaston, Pok Please at Cartoon Forum

Reporting from Cartoon Forum 2008 which is held at the German city of Ludwigsburg, Animation Magazine president Jean Thoren tells us about some of the new European animated properties ... Continue Reading →

Nick Adds Fanboy, Team Umizoomi

With all the live action creeping into animation channels, it’s heartening to hear that Nickelodeon is increasing its animated output by 50% this year. The network’s latest ... Continue Reading →

Bejuba!, Skaramoosh, CVM Conduct Spooky Investigations

Bejuba! Ent. has partnered with Skaramoosh London Ltd. and Creative Visual Media to develop Spooky Investigations, a new half-hour animated series based on the popular Spooky Sisters ... Continue Reading →

Lincoln Butterfield Debuts New Toons at MIPCOM

Buyers attending MIPCOM next month in Cannes will be able to check out three new projects from Lincoln Butterfield Animation, an independent toon studio founded by Robert Hughes (director ... Continue Reading →

Foxworthy Gets Animated for FOX

As FOX continues to seek new animated shows to join its lineup, the network has turned to stand-up comic and former sitcom star Jeff Foxworthy. Daily Variety reports that 20th Century ... Continue Reading →

Boomerang Airs Super Friends Marathon

DC Comics’ Justice League superheroes will save the day as episodes from four classic Saturday-morning animated series from the ’70s and early ’80s air back-to-back ... Continue Reading →

Emmys for South Park, Simpsons

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honored Comedy Central’s South Park and FOX’s The Simpsons, among other animated and vfx-intensive programs, at Saturday ... Continue Reading →

First Look at Animated Spaceballs

Hot on the heels of George Lucas’s CG-animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars comes Mel Brooks’ Space Balls: The Animated Series. Based on Brooks’ 1987 live-action spoof ... Continue Reading →