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Animation Domination HD, the new animation unit created by Fox Broadcasting Company, has acquired the rights to the hit comic phenomenon Axe Cop, Nick Weidenfeld, head of Animation Domination HD, announced Tuesday.
Award-winning children’s TV series LazyTown is back in production for a third season of brand new 13 half-hour shows following its acquisition by Turner Broadcasting last September.
If you thought it was about time Cartoon Network and [Adult Swim] should hit the airwaves north of the border, your wait is over. Teletoon and Turner have announced that they would be bringing the Cartoon Network to Canadians beginning July 4th.
In observance of Earth Day, Boomerang called upon the Captain Planet Foundation — dedicated to give the next generation of environmental stewards an active understanding and love for the natural world in which they live — to hand-pick 28 episodes to be presented in a 14-hour Captain Planet marathon Sunday, April 22.
Professional skateboarder and entrepreneur Rob Dyrdek (star of MTV’s Rob & Big, Fantasy Factory and Ridiculousness) brings a cartoon comedy, set against the exciting backdrop of the sport of skateboarding, to Nicktoons with the new series, Wild Grinders, premiering Friday, April 27, at 7:00 p.m.
At IFC’s first-ever Upfront event in New York, the network unveiled its 2012–13 original programming lineup, which includes a new scripted comedy, the animated series Out There.
CMT has picked up the network’s first-ever animated project, Jayson Dinsmore, executive vice-president of programming and development, announced Wednesday during the network’s annual upfront presentation.
Executive producers Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy will voice characters on the series Bounty Hunters, scheduled to debut on CMT in 2013.
Having its best first quarter with kids in prime in five years (up 28% vs. 2011) and showing the most gains compared to the competition in the kids space, the network’s afternoon Upfront presentation held at New York’s Roseland Ballroom paid tribute to the past and present with a full orchestra playing classic Cartoon Network TV theme songs and live performances from the creative talent behind the hit animated comedy series Adventure Time and Regular Show.
Disney’s 2012–13 creative content for its kid-driven, family inclusive TV channels, highlighted by fresh ways to tell great new Disney stories, will be presented to sponsors/advertisers this week in New York by Gary Marsh, president and chief creative officer of Disney Channels Worldwide.
Production will soon commence on Jingle & Bell, a Hallmark Channel original animated special, which will premiere on the network this holiday season.
Jingle & Bel is the second story and animated special to star one of Hallmark’s most lovable characters, Jingle the Husky Pup. The Hallmark Channel original animated special Jingle All the Way was a ratings success for the network.
Nickelodeon, at its annual upfront presentation held Wednesday at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York, unveiled plans for an unprecedented 650 new episodes — the top-ranked network’s most ever — of both brand-new content and returning hits, as well announcing premiere details for the highly anticipated animated series The Legend of Korra, a stop-motion SpongeBob SquarePants Christmas special, and an original animated series based on the Raving Rabbids video games.
An all-new exclusive Angry Birds short film, “Angry Birds Space” lands on Nickelodeon and Nicktoons on Wednesday, March 21, at 7:00 p.m. on Nicktoons.
Nicktoons launches Monsuno, a half-hour action-adventure series debuting with two back-to-back episodes on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 8:00 p.m. In the 52-episode series, the fate of the world lies in the hands of a group of heroic kids who wrestle with the power to command and battle creatures called Monsuno.
Teletoon Canada Inc. and Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. announced Thursday a partnership that will bring Cartoon Network and Adult Swim to Canadian television later this year.
Green Lantern, a DC Comics mainstay for more than 70 years, will be seen in an entirely new way when Warner Bros. Animation’s Green Lantern: The Animated Series – from world-renowned producer, artist and animator Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League) — comes to Cartoon Network in a one-hour special event.