Just in time for the Memorial weekend, fanboy favorite Bryan Singer announced...
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Hub has optioned the rights to KISS Hello Kitty (working title), a new animated series based on the unlikely, yet successful KISS x Hello Kitty line of products from Sanrio. KISS, an iconic rock band known for its creative merchandising, and Hello Kitty, one of the most unique and popular lifestyle brands, [...]
The Hub Network announced a slate of new programming for its 2013-’14 season that includes four new series, two Hub Original Family Movies, and nine returning series. The announcement was made today by Margaret Loesch, president and CEO of The Hub, the fastest growing children’s cable network. The new programming [...]
Nikki Reed, a former VP of original series for Disney Channel and Disney XD, has joined The Hub in the role of senior VP of programming and development. In her new post, she will oversee the planning, directing and execution of the programming strategy for the network, a joint venture [...]
Stating that the animation biz has changed big-time over the last two decades could probably earn one the Nobel Prize in Obviousness. But animation is still a part of the overall show business industry, and within the toon trenches or without, there is one thing that has not changed: the [...]
The Hub is about to be invaded by pint-size superheroes, having acquired the hit animated series The Super Hero Squad Show from Marvel Animation. The series is set to begin airing on the channel Monday through Friday at 4 p.m. ET starting Jan. 30, with encores slated for weekend timeslots. [...]
The Hub has announced five new animated series — including a new series from the creators of Yo Gabba Gabba, an animated version of Warren Buffett, and a Transformers spinoff tentatively called Rescue Bots —and eight returning favorites at its annual upfront presentation to advertisers in New York. The new original [...]
The Hub’s new Transformers Prime series adds sophisticated storylines and top-notch CG animation to the popular franchise. Director Michael Bay has promised fans that the third live-action Transformers movie will go back to basics this summer. Regardless of how the general public responds to the pic, die-hard fans of Hasbro’s [...]