This week saw the 79th Peabody Awards awarded for 30 TV and digital media programs deemed worthy of the honor. A theme in some of this year’s winners is attention drawn
Disney+ since its launch is fairly popular as a streaming service. However, its originals, aside from “The Mandalorian,” haven’t set the world on fire. (Too bad; I thought “
The director of 2019’s R-rated movie “Joker,” Todd Phillips, said in a Vanity Fair interview one reason he made this film was because he finds making comedy near-impossible due
Fortune magazine reports that in 2018, the average cable TV bill hit $107 a month. Meanwhile, Consumer Reports says the average overall cable bill (including broadband) came to $217 a month in 2018.
On Thursday, Disney held a press conference where they finally announced the long-awaited details about their planned streaming service, Disney+. To sum up the highlights below: A *lot* of content is coming Image
On the heels of my post about the most popular or familiar superheroes, I thought I’d tackle a similar one about Western animation. Specifically, what are the most famous or popular
Back in 2015, I wrote about seven now obsolete technology references in cartoons and comics. Of course, tech development moves on, both in real life and in fiction. Thus, here’s another
A look at the major trends in 1990s TV cartoons.
Soccer, or “football” in most of the world outside of North America, is the world’s most popular sport. The World Cup easily eclipses the Super Bowl and World Series
“The Simpsons” has been running on TV as a half-hour show since December 1989 (launching with its initial Christmas special), and is now on its 29th season, with over 600 episodes.