DVD Find of the Week: ‘The Goode Family’

You’ll be able to check out Mike Judge’s short-lived primetime animated series The Goode Family on DVD this week. Shout! Factory’s cool new release features all 13 episodes of ... Continue Reading →

New ‘Out There’ Toon to Premiere on IFC

IFC will premiere a new animated series by former South Park director and producer Ryan Quincy on February 22. The show, which is called Out There, features the voices of Fred Armisen ... Continue Reading →

Matt Groening to Receive WGA’s Writing Award

Matt Groening, animation icon and the creator of The Simpsons and co-creator of Futurama (with David X. Cohen), will receive the Writers Guild of America, West Animation Writers Caucus’ ... Continue Reading →

Sony Tackles Hasbro’s ‘Tonka’

Now that the Battleship hype-fest has wound down, a new addition to the unfolding onslaught of Hasbro toy and game properties coming to the big screen is underway at Sony Pictures, ... Continue Reading →

Adult Swim Releases Full Details of 2012-13 Season

Adult Swim officially announced its full slate of new and returning programming at its annual Upfront presentation in New York City. After having its most-watched broadcast season-to-date ... Continue Reading →

Adult Swim Announces Hot, New Animated Slate

Cartoon Network’s late-night block Adult Swim has revealed its development slate, ahead of its upfront presentations on Wednesday. reports that projects includes seven ... Continue Reading →

Illumination Taps Altschuler, Krinsky for ‘Woody Woodpecker’

Illumination Entertainment’s proposed Woody Woodpecker feature has a pair of writers. John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky have been tapped by Illumination chief Chris Meledandri ... Continue Reading →

Verrone to Receive Morgan Cox Award

Former Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) president and Emmy and WGA Award-winning writer Patric M. Verrone will receive the WGAW’s 2012 Morgan Cox Award in recognition of his ... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the Emerald Knight’s Reboot!

DC Comics’ evergreen hero faces new villains and unforeseen challenges in Warner Bros. Animation’s hot new Green Lantern: The Animated Series. Since the late 1950s, Green Lantern ... Continue Reading →

Daniels to Oversee Two New NBC Toons

Greg Daniels, the prolific TV veteran behind shows such as King of the Hill and Parks & Recreation, will be exec producing two new animated comedies for NBC. The first toon will ... Continue Reading →