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"All Grown Up" But I Ain't "Loving It"

Way back when Nickelodeon was actually watchable, I used to love Rugrats. The adventures of Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Angelica, and Susie were all great fun. When Nick started its descent into what its current state, the Rugrats reruns were often the only thing I would watch. Heck, if Nick were to release a boxset […]

"The Batman" Offers Sensational Season Finale

After what can only be described as a terrible opener followed by a string of episodes that ranged from mediocre to inexcusably poor, The Batman‘s first season comes to an end with “The Rubberface of Comedy (Part 1),” and “The Clayface of Tragedy (Part 2).” After basically giving up hope on the series after the […]

"Bob the Builder" Gets India Licensing Deal

Bob the Builder products, including plush toys, games and figures, will be licensed to the Indian market under a deal struck between Hit Entertainment and Licensing Plus (India) Pvt Ltd, IndianTelevision reports.

"He-Man" Returning to North America on DVD

The UK’s Entertainment Rights PLC has struck a deal to distribute Filmation’s He-Man cartoons to DVD in North America, Ireland On-line reports. Entertainment Rights plans to release previously unavailable He-Man cartoons to the United States in 2005. Entertainment Rights acquired the episodes from Hallmark.

"W.I.T.C.H." Premiere a Promising Start for Jetix

W.I.T.C.H. began as an Italian comic book series published by Disney Publishing Worldwide. The comic books became a popular series in Europe and other parts of the world. In March of 2004, Disney announced that an animated W.I.T.C.H. series (produced by SIP Animation) would join its new Jetix programming blocks on ABC Family and Toon […]

Spanish "Simpsons" Actors in Labor Dispute

The actors who dub the voices for The Simpsons in Spanish-speaking countries are in a labor dispute with the contractor who handles the dubbing work, the Associated Press reports. A government arbitration board is currently hearing the dispute.

"The Boondocks" Gets 15 Episode Order from Adult Swim

Cartoon Network has ordered 15 episodes of The Boondocks for a fall debut, the network says. The series is based on Aaron McGruder’s comic strip. More information on the series will be released later. [Source: Cartoon Network]

Cartoon Network Announces New Seasons of Returning Series

Cartoon Network announced plans for new and returning series at the Television Critics Association meeting in North Hollywood today. Among the highlights: * Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends will debut a new season of episodes on Friday, January 21, at 7:00pm (ET/PT). * Ed, Edd n Eddy will premiere “Hanky Panky Hullabaloo,” a new 30-minute […]

New JLU Eps Slated for February

Cartoon Network said that Justice League Unlimited would debut its new season on Saturday, February 5, at 8:30pm (ET/PT). Upcoming stories will feature Black Canary, Shayera, Vigilante, Vixen and The Question battling such villains as Lex Luthor, Felix Faust and Tobias Whale. Superman will also take on Cadmus in a battle that will determine the […]

"The Batman" Flies to Cartoon Network in April

The Batman will join Cartoon Network’s lineup of superhero shows on Saturday, April 2, at 9:00pm (ET/PT), the network said today. The series, from Warner Bros. Animation, premiered last fall on sister network Kids WB. [Source: Cartoon Network]

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