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?
Several reports indicate CBS All Access and Netflix will gain access to a larger amount of Viacom content, including Nickelodeon and its classic cartoons.
A joint US/Canadian research group found that children’s TV could stand to make improvements in various aspects of diversity.
I take a look at 10 different LGBTQ comic and animated characters who’re also people of color, ranging from Archie’s Toni Topaz to DC Comics’ Renee Montoya.
A look at the 10 biggest influences on American made-for-TV cartoons, from “Huckleberry Hound” and “Scooby-Doo” to NickToons and “The Simpsons.”
As of mid-2019, what children’s TV cartoons mainly star adult characters? Some popular shows make the cut, from “Wild Kratts” to “SpongeBob.”
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “Sanjay and Craig,” a Nickelodeon animated series that aired from 2013 to 2016.
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.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “The Loud House,” a Nickelodeon animated series that debuted in 2016. The series focuses on the Loud family, a family of 11 siblings (all girls, save one boy) ranging in age from 17 to an infant.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Sheen Estevez, a character on the Nickelodeon series “Jimmy Neutron.” Background Sheen‘s one[…]