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  • Check out the opening credits for "Garfunkel & Oates"

     
    Check out the opening credits song for Nazareth native Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome's new IFC series about their comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates. The catchy tune will definitely stick in your ear. The eight-episode series, called "Garfunkel and Oates,".....
  • 'The Powerpuff Girls' to Return with New Series in 2016

    "The Powerpuff Girls" will return to Cartoon Network in 2016, the cabler announced Monday. The reboot will include a new television series and a full licensing program that will roll out across all regions. The show first premiered in 1998 and was created...
  • 'Powerpuff Girls' reboot coming to Cartoon Network in 2016

    'Powerpuff Girls' reboot coming to Cartoon Network in 2016
    Cartoon Network is bringing back an updated version of “The Powerpuff Girls” in 2016, chief content officer Rob Sorcher announced at the 2014 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas on Monday. The original series, following the adventures of Professor...
  • KMBO Acquires Swedish Toon 'Emil & Ida' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Paris-based KMBO has acquired all French distribution rights to "Emil & Ida in Lonneberga," a Swedish animated feature based on Astrid Lindgren's popular children's novels. Directed by animation vet Per Ahlin, "Emil & Ida" follows the adventures of Emil,...
  • 'Phantom Boy' Unveils First Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

    ANNECY -- Edging towards completion, "Phantom Boy," Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol's New York-set follow-up to their Academy Award nominated debut "A Cat in Paris," has begun to roll out sales in Europe, proving there is a market for at least for...
  • Cartoon Network's 'Regular Show' To Step Up Half-Hours

    ANNECY -- J.G. Quintel's Emmy winning "Regular Show,' one of the jewels in Cartoon Network's ratings crown, in and outside the U.S., looks set to become more regularly bigger. "Regular Show's" regular segs clock in at a quarter of an hour, including...
  • HUB CEO Margaret Loesch to depart at the end of the year

    HUB CEO Margaret Loesch to depart at the end of the year
    Margaret Loesch, president and chief executive of the Hub, a kids network co-owned by Discovery Communications and toymaker Hasbro Inc., is leaving the channel at the end of year. Launched in October 2010, the Hub has struggled to compete against...
  • Time Warner's Turner Seeks Upfront Price Hikes In Line With NBC's

    Now that broadcast networks have begun to write business in TV's annual "upfront" market, cable players are preparing to join the fray. Executives at Time Warner's Turner suite of cable networks believe there's an opportunity for volume gains in the 2014...
  • Margaret Loesch to Exit as Hub Network Chief

    Margaret Loesch will step down as prexy-CEO of Hub Network at year's end when her contract expires. The kidvid vet spearheaded the launch of the joint venture between Discovery Communications and toy maker Hasbro in October 2010. The cabler, formerly...
  • TV Shows Hit the Road With Flurry of Live Events

    Amantha Walden is hard at work on her next pilot -- but not the type Hollywood might be familiar with. Instead of a script, it comprises a planetarium and a 40-foot-tall inflatable castle. Walden's pilot is the blueprint for Adult Swim's latest live...
  • New IFC series with Nazareth's Kate Micucci to air this summer

     
    Arts imitates life for Nazareth native Kate Micucci as she and cohort Riki Lindhome hit the small screen in August with their scripted comedy about the women’s real-life comedy duo “Garfunkel and Oates.” The pair navigates love, life and...
  • An interview with 'Bravest Warriors' director Breehn Burns

    An interview with 'Bravest Warriors' director Breehn Burns
    I return again, compulsively, to the subject of "Bravest Warriors," a Web-based cartoon series about four teenage heroes — Chris, Beth, Wallow and Danny by name — in the intergalactic, multi-plane 31st century. It is one of the best things,...