Icon Animation has signed a deal to bring its animated series Lola & Virginia to Disney Channel Italy, adding to the earlier acquisition of the series by Disney Channel Spain, AWN reports. The series, targeted at girls ages 8-12, has already presold to Nickelodeon Channel Latin America, Disney Channel Spain, RCTV Venezuela, and Animania USA.
Cogeco Cable (Canada) has signed an agreement with Warner Bros. International Television Distribution (WBITD) to offer new titles and old classics from the Warner Bros. library. WBITD distributes Warner Bros. Pictures’ feature films, many of which will now be available to Cogeco Cable customers on a VOD basis. WBITD will provide Cogeco Cable with box […]
I remember a long, long time ago when Adult Swim originals were actually funny. Space Ghost was making fun of William Shatner, Dr. Weird was sicking his freakish creations on the Aqua Teens and Carl’s pool, Brak put on a musical to save Señor Science, Captain Murphy was running a pirate radio station, and Harvey […]
After a few false starts The Squidbillies is finally coming to Cartoon Network. For real. And this really is a show about a paroled ex-con squid named Early, his unattractive mother or wife (it’s not really clear) and his illegitimate son who all live together in northern Georgia. That may sound stupid, and it is. […]
Nicktoons Network will join France 2, Teletoon (Canada), and ABC (Australia) in a first-ever global sneak-peek of the new series Skyland. All networks will preview the series with either the hour-long pilot or a 75-second clip in November. Nicktoons Network (U.S.) will sneak-peek the hour-long pilot of the series Friday, November 25, at 8:00pm (ET), […]
Ron Perlman has signed on to voice Conan the Barbarian in the character’s first animated film, Conan: Red Nails, Superhero Hype! reports, citing The Hollywood Reporter. Also to join the cast are Marg Helgenberger (CSI) and James Marsden (X-Men films, Superman Returns), alongside Clancy Brown, Cree Summer, and Mark Hamill (Star Wars).
In conjunction with their 100th anniversary, Variety magazine has released their list of the top 100 entertainment icons of the past century. Mickey Mouse joins figures like Marilyn Monroe, Humphrey Bogart, the Beatles, and Elvis Presley in the top 10. The full list of animation icons includes Bugs Bunny, Betty Boop, the Flintstones, Snoopy, and […]
On the eve of the second half of their ninth season, the New York Times has spoken to South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone about the current and future plans for the show (registration required). The duo talk about their six-day production schedule, how they develop their shows, and the vague plans they […]
Premiering and ending in the fall of 1989, The Legend of Zelda consisted of only thirteen episodes and aired during The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!. The complete The Legend of Zelda series hits DVD October 18th, with a few special features to back up the collection. Well excuuuse me, PrincessIf you’ve been around Zelda […]