Disney XD has acquired the animated TV series LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales, The LEGO Group announced today. In the deal, Disney XD acquired five 22-minute episodes of the upcoming series that re-tell the Star Wars saga with humour through the perspective …
The premiere episode of Disney’s new animated series Star Wars Rebels will be available earlier than expected for Watch Disney authenticated users. The 60-minute episode, titled “Star Wars: Spark of the Rebellion,” will air Friday, September 26 for authenticated …
It’s not exactly HD news, but DC Comics premiered an animated short on YouTube yesterday and it must be seen by any true Superfan.
Some scary titles take center stage with the newest batch of streaming content.
Lucasfilm today announced Star Wars: The Clone Wars will end after five seasons of airing on the Cartoon Network. The company made the news public today stating it was time to explore a “whole new Star Wars series set in a time period previously untouched.” So while the TV series will end on Cartoon Network, Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be continued in story arcs that LucasFilm promises to be some of the “most thrilling adventures ever seen.”
It’s like “House of Cards” for kids! Well, wait, no; not exactly.
More TV content is coming to Netflix streaming as the result of a newly announced deal with Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. Television Group. Starting March 30, U.S. Netflix customers will be able to instantly watch Cartoon Network shows like…
Disney XD has announced the new animated series “Ultimate Spider-Man” featuring Drake Bell as the voice of Peter Parker and co-creator Stan Lee as Stan the Janitor. The new series will air on Disney XD’s new programming block called “Marvel Universe” premiering on Sunday, April 1 at 11:00am. The series’ second episode will follow immediately at 11:30am. Disney XD will also premiere the second season of “The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes,” as well as a new series that takes you behind the scenes of Marvel Universe.
Bugs Bunny, I say Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and the rest of the classic Looney Tunes gang are up for grabs with Amazon’s Blu-ray Deal of the Week. Now through February 18, chop 56% off the normal price of Looney Tunes Platinum Collrection: Volume One and snag it for $34.99.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars begins its fourth season tonight starting with two half-hour episodes set underwater on the planet Mon Calamari. The episodes, titled “Water War” and Gungan Attack,” begin a three part story in which the Jedi find an ally in their attempt to drive out the Separatists.
Verizon has launched the Anime Network for customers with FiOS TV subscriptions. The network will add new content every week, queuing up at least 45 hours of original programming every month. You can find the new network under the Premium Channels category in the On Demand section of your FiOS guide. The titles will indicate they are free but you’ll need a subscription which costs $6.99 per month.
24-hour anime television network FUNimation has launched a high-definition (HD) broadcast of its channel. The network, owned by Navarre Corporation,” can be found on Verizon FiOS TV and Comcast channel lineups and features Japanese anime/cinema programming such as “Dragonaut,” “MoonPhase,” and “School Rumble.”
For a limited time StarWars.com will stream a 5-part Clone Wars Season Two series that chronicles the Republic efforts to retake Geonosis from Poggle the Lesser and the Separatists. The animated series, presented during Memorial Day weekend, celebrates the original release of Star Wars on Memorial Weekend in 1977.
The new season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars premieres tomorrow night with the two-part episode of Rise of the Bounty Hunters. The one-hour season opener of the animated TV show starts Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. (Eastern/Pacific) on Cartoon Network, and will be broadcast in both standard and high-definition.
Microsoft has teamed up with a number of animation partners including Japanese studio Toei Animation (see anime interpretation on right) to create a series of short films based on the “Halo” franchise. Other studios involved in creating the films include Bones Inc., Casio Entertainment Inc., Production I.G, and STUDIO4 Degrees C.