Hasbro Studios President Davis to Oversee All Content

Hasbro has integrated all of its content initiative—including television, film, commercial productions and short-form content—under Stephen Davis, president of Los Angeles-based ... Continue Reading →

The Hub Brings Spielberg’s ‘Animaniacs’ Back

If you’ve been missing the popular Amblin/Warner Bros. animated series Animaniacs since it went off the air in 1999, we have some good news for you. The Hub is bringing the show back ... Continue Reading →

‘Dan Vs.’ Returns to Hub with a Vengeance

Fast-growing TV network The Hub will premiere the third season of half-hour 2D animated comedy series Dan Vs. on Saturday, November 17 at 4 p.m. ET. The season premiere will be part ... Continue Reading →

Hub Premieres ‘Pet Shop’, New ‘Pony’ Season

The Hub TV network is busting out a whole lot of retro-fab nostalgia on Saturday, November 10 when it will premiere the all-new animated revamp of Littlest Pet Shop (at 11 a.m.) and ... Continue Reading →

SunnyBoy’s ‘Politicats’ Offers Special Debate Episode

Delivering over a million hits in less than a month, SunnyBoy Entertainment’s web series, Politicats, continues to attract toon fans to SMOSH’s Shut Up! Cartoons YouTube channel. ... Continue Reading →

The Hub to Air Moonscoop’s New ‘Sabrina’ Show

Moonscoop and Archie Comics have brought new Indian and Irish co-production partners on board for the animated series Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch, and signed a major broadcast ... Continue Reading →

Hub Plans Heroic Labor Day, ‘Aquabats’ Sweeps

This Labor Day, The Hub will be celebrating with the addition of three popular action series for kids and their parents, as well as a chance to win one of six $1,000 back-to-school ... Continue Reading →

Hub’s ‘Pound Puppies’ Earns Humanitas Prize in Writing

The Hub’s animated series Pound Puppies has received the Humanitas Prize for excellence in writing for children’s television animation. Writer Joe Ansolabehere was honored ... Continue Reading →

Compassionate Creatures Rule on The Hub’s ‘Kaijudo’

Kaijudo, The Hub’s new incarnation of Duel Masters, brings a sense of emotional maturity and artistic integrity to the classic property. It certainly looks like The Hub has quickly ... Continue Reading →

Margaret Loesch Fights for Marvel

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 ... Continue Reading →