A look back over the 2010s in animation, from blockbusters like “Frozen” to TV shows like “Steven Universe.” Plus, what were the decade’s major trends?
A joint US/Canadian research group found that children’s TV could stand to make improvements in various aspects of diversity.
“Steven Universe,” “Sesame Street,” and PBS’ “Frontline” are among the recipients of this year’s 78th annual Peabody Awards.
I take a look at the dominant influences and trends in 1990s TV animation, from “The Simpsons” and “South Park” to “Animaniacs.”
A look at how various cartoon characters’ anniversaries were celebrated by their respective companies, from “Peanuts” to Hanna-Barbera.
Cartoon Network’s announced a revival of “Thundercats” in an “Adventure Time”-esque art style. I look at various influences on 2010s TV animation, including on Lion-O himself.
Boomerang’s new streaming service is apparently considered a success for Turner/Warner Bros. But how does it compare to its cable TV counterparts?
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “Class of 3000,” an animated series that ran on Cartoon Network from 2006 to 2008.
As of mid-2019, what children’s TV cartoons mainly star adult characters? Some popular shows make the cut, from “Wild Kratts” to “SpongeBob.”
I thought I’d try to take a look at how things stand with Canada’s various animation-related cable channels, a year after the end of Teletoon Retro.