Corpse, Kong, Scanner Up for Spike’s Scream Awards

Spike TV has named Warner Bros.’ Corpse Bride, Universal’s King Kong and Warner Independent Pictures’ A Scanner Darkly among the nominees for its first annual Scream ... Continue Reading →

Grammer, Toon Artists Get Emmys

Actor Kelsey Grammer and a handful of Cartoon Network animation artists will be among the creative talents receiving Emmy Awards this year. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences ... Continue Reading →

Corus Unveils ’06/’07 Lineup

Canadian children’s programming powerhouse Corus Ent. today announced new animated shows joining its 2006/2007 fall schedules on YTV, Treehouse and Discovery Kids Canada. Ruby ... Continue Reading →

BBC, CCI Producing DinoSapien

BBC Worldwide and CCI Ent. have begun production on DinoSapien, a tween-targeted adventure series produced in association with Discovery Kids and CBBC. Slated to air next spring, the ... Continue Reading →

MTV2 Revives Crank Yankers

Just as it did with MTV’s cancelled stop-motion animated series Celebrity Death Match, cable outlet MTV2 is resurrecting Comedy Central’s puppet-populated prank call show, ... Continue Reading →

Astral, Corus Hungry for More of Teletoon Pie

Montreal-based Astral and Toronto’s Corus Entertainment Inc. announced on Thursday that they will buy the remaining 20 percent of the Teletoon Network that they didn’t already ... Continue Reading →

TVN Sprouts VOD Deal with PBS KIDS

TVN Entertainment Corp. and PBS KIDS Sprout have extended their partnership with a new Video On Demand agreement. Under the new deal, TVN will provide distribution and asset management ... Continue Reading →

Ricky Sprocket Flies on Nick

Ricky Sprocket ‘ Showbiz Boy, a new animated series from Snowden Fine Prods., Studio B Prods. and distributor Bejuba! Ent. Inc., has been picked up by Nickelodeon channels in ... Continue Reading →

Censored South Park Cruises Back

After pulling it out of rotation, Comedy Central is reportedly planning to re-air the South Park episode ‘Trapped in the Closet,” which mercilessly skewers actor Tom Cruise ... Continue Reading →

SCI FI Airs Stan Lee’s LightSpeed

Stan Lee, the creative force behind Marvel’s Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men and Fantastic Four comic-book franchises, is introducing a brand-new superhero to television ... Continue Reading →