‘Garden Wall,’ ‘Adventure Time’ Win Top Toon Emmys

It was a good night for Cartoon Network at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards this weekend, as the network won the Outstanding Animated Program for its Over the Garden Wall miniseries and ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Dates Fall Premieres

Comedy Central has unveiled its fall programming slate of series and season premieres for its new and returning original series. Toon highlights include the debut of animated cop drama ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Orders 3 More Seasons of ‘South Park’

Trey Parker and Matt Stone have reached a new deal with Comedy Central to extend South Park by three seasons and 30 episodes, taking the longest-running primetime scripted series in ... Continue Reading →

‘Archer’ Tops Animation Category at Critics’ Choice Television Awards

The Broadcast TV Journalists Association gathered this weekend to present its TV awards, naming the FX series Archer the Best Animated Series. The fifth annual Critics’ Choice ... Continue Reading →

Primetime Comedies Dominate Critics Choice Toon Noms

The nominations have been unveiled for the fifth annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards, which will be presented during a live broadcast on A&E from the Beverly Hilton Hotel ... Continue Reading →

Disney XD Sets Fall Debut for ‘Future-Worm!’

Future-Worm!, created by Emmy Award-winning director Ryan Quincy (South Park, IFC’s Out There), is coming to Disney XD in short-form and a full-length series beginning this fall. Quincy, ... Continue Reading →

Clip: ‘Future Worm’ Heroes Tease Disney XD Lineup

Disney XD has put together a tooned-up sizzle reel to introduce fans to the 2015 animation line-up, featuring a first look at Future Worm stars Danny (voiced by Andy Milonakis) and ... Continue Reading →

‘South Park’ Vinyl Set for Record Store Day

Collectors, take note: Comedy Central Records and South Park are teaming up to release a limited-edition 7-inch vinyl picture disc in honor of Record Store Day, set for Black Friday, ... Continue Reading →

Big Legacy, Bright Future

Disney TV Animation turns 30 on a creative high note that it plans to carry on into the future. In November 1984, the Walt Disney Co. — famous for decades for its animated theatrical ... Continue Reading →
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Ryan Quincy Talks Artist-Driven Disney XD Spots

What do animators The Brothers McLeod, artist Buff Monster, street artist Tristan Eaton, and animators Joel Trussell and Ryan Quincy have in common? All of them have been tapped to ... Continue Reading →