Animania HD Grabs Two from Monster

Since hocking its wares at MIPCOM last month, Monster Distributes has been sewing up a number of deals including sales of the animated shows PicMe and Jungle Beat to VOOM’s high-definition ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Announces Scooby-Doo Pic and Ben 10 Premiere Dates

Forget the football game: You can spend Turkey Day with your favorite mystery-solving animated canine this year. Cartoon Network has scheduled the new toon movie Scooby-Doo in Where’s ... Continue Reading →

Terminator Takes on TV

As a fourth Terminator movie makes its way through the development process, the struggle between mankind and robot assassins from the future may also be headed to the tube. Daily Variety ... Continue Reading →

Animation Goes to the Soaps

Animation has managed to find its way into just about every nook and cranny of the entertainment industry, and now you can add to that list daytime soaps. Hollywood based ka-chew!, ... Continue Reading →

IDT Ent. To Conjure Hellboy Toons

After making a successful leap to the big screen in 2004, Mike Mignola’s Dark Horse comic-book creation, Hellboy, is set to be tooned up. IDT Ent. has licensed all animation rights ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Renews Drawn Together

Currently in its second season, Comedy Central’s hit animated reality-show spoof, Drawn Together, has been picked up for a third run. The cable network has ordered the production ... Continue Reading →

DIC Closes MIPCOM Sales

After hocking its wares at the MIPCOM 2005 market in Cannes last month, DIC Ent. announces that a number of key international broadcasters and pay TV channels have picked up such animated ... Continue Reading →

Boondocks a Boon for Adult Swim

According to Cartoon Network, the Sunday, Nov. 6, debut of Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks was the highest-rated series premiere in the five-year history of its late-night block ... Continue Reading →

Amberwood Sees Robots and Zebras with Mini Studios

After seeing both preschool properties at MIPTV 2005 in April, Amberwood Ent. has acquired rights to produce Rob the Robot and Debra the Zebra from Australia’s Mini Studios. Created ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Boondocks and Squidbillies? Pass the 12 oz. Jar o’ Shine!

With all of the major studios focused on making animated films that appeal to the widest audience possible, it’s nice to know you can retreat to a few cozy little corners where ... Continue Reading →