4Kids Entertainment, Inc. today announced a new setting for the fifth season of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles television series scheduled to premiere this fall on 4Kids TV. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Fast Forward catapults Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael ninety-nine (99) years into the future where they emerge from the sewers and no […]
4Kids Entertainment, Inc. has unveiled a new “Healthy 4Kids” component to its 4Kids TV website, www.4Kids.TV. The new web platform is designed to address the importance of healthy eating and physical activity among children of all ages. The “Healthy 4Kids” section — www.4Kids.TV/healthy/ — includes various interactive features, fun food facts, a food pyramid, downloads […]
For the month of January, Adult Swim ranked #1 among ad-supported cable for monthly total day delivery of adults 18-24, men 18-24 and men 18-34, according to preliminary data from Nielsen Media Research. The late-night service also topped all other basic cable networks for the number of telecasts that ranked among January’s top 50 programs […]
A sidebar to a Disney/Pixar news article in Time magazine takes a look at some possible film projects coming from the combined company. Some films mentioned include Ratatouille, about a rat living in a fancy French restaurant; a film noir project from Incredibles director Brad Bird that may be based on Will Eisner’s The Spirit […]
A posting on the TitansTower.com website reveals several “easter eggs” on disc 2 of the Teen Titans Complete First Season DVD set. The “eggs” appear to contain special interviews, a music video, and artwork, none of which seem to have been on the earlier, single-disc releases. The DVD set will be released on February 7.
Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein were in a difficult position. As writers on The Simpsons since Season 4, they were promoted to executive producers at the beginning of Season 7, replacing David Mirkin. Many fans felt that Mirkin’s work in Seasons 5 and 6 was some of the best quality material on The Simpsons. How […]
Series writer Matt Fleckenstein has spoken to Newsarama.com about his work on the upcoming Family Guy tie-in comic, coming from Devil’s Due Publishing later this year. Fleckenstein clarifies his writing duties on the show, discusses some basic plot points of his comics, and expounds on the difference between writing for comics and for other media.