Digimon Adventure has shared the first look at the series finale with the preview for its final episode! As part of a celebration for the Digimon franchise's 20th Anniversary, Toei Animation and Bandai brought back the original animated series for a whole new generation. This rebooted take on the franchise introduced new versions of the eight original DigiDestined, and with them also introduced a whole new kind of Digital World. This also meant new kinds of threats and enemies as well as the DigiDestined are now facing off against their toughest challenge yet heading into the finale.
Kristen Bell on the Amazon Animated Series ‘Do, Re & Mi’ and How She Came to Make ‘Family Game Fight’ with Her Husband
The Amazon original animated series Do, Re & Mi is geared toward preschool-aged children, but the trio of bird buddies – Do (voiced by Luke Youngblood), Re (voiced by Jackie Tohn) and Mi (voiced by Kristen Bell) – at its center go on musical adventures that are fun, educational, and filled with catchy original tunes that span a variety of genres. By watching, kids and families will discover new sounds and melodies while they learn to move to the beat and see how music can play a role in everyday life.
Atlus has revealed through the Persona 25th Times Vol. 1 broadcast that a Persona 25th Anniversary Orchestra Concert will be held at the Tokyo Opera City Hall. Scheduled for November 21, 2021, the concert will feature a wide variety of tracks from the Persona series. Additionally, the broadcast revealed that the all Persona animated series will be available to stream in Japan. [Thanks, ryokutya2089!]
San Diego is one of the most incredible places in the entire country. And you don't need to be a genius to recognize that. After all, there's so much beautiful scenery nearby. In my opinion, it's one of the best cities in the world. And clearly, I'm not the only one who thinks that. Here's a list of several famous people who have called San Diego home:
"Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" is an animated series with live-action interstitials. Fred Rogers' original Neighborhood of Make Believe is recreated in vibrant color and texture; his signature puppet Daniel Striped Tiger is transformed into a curious and playful 4-year-old joined by his friends O the Owl, Prince Wednesday, Katerina Kittycat and Miss Elaina. The series curriculum is school-readiness and social-emotional learning, and each preschool themed episode offers a musical strategy for children and parents to use together.
Following the cancelation of Hulu‘s Marvel shows “The Runaways” and “Helstrom,” and Kevin Feige taking over Marvel TV (shuttering it in favor of a new slate of Marvel Studios-produced shows at Disney+), it’s been thought, well that’s the end of that, right? Lest you forget “M.O.D.O.K.,” and what appears to be one avenue of Marvel that Feige seems ok with Hulu still-running with: R-Rated, adult-oriented Marvel animation.
What's at the Center of the Earth? Layers!/What's at the Center of the Earth? Fossils!. "Dinosaur Train" is an animated series for 3-to-6 year olds. The series features a curious young T-rex named Buddy who, together with his adopted Pteranodon family, takes the Dinosaur Train to meet, explore, and have adventures with all kinds of dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures.
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Ricky Church celebrates Superman: The Animated Sequence on its Twenty fifth anniversary…. Within the realm of DC tv animation, Batman: The Animated Sequence is positioned on the prime and was the primary in what would change into the DC Animated Universe, a group of sequence that includes heroes and villains from all corners of the DC Universe. Nonetheless, whereas Batman: The Animated Sequence is rightly held in excessive regard and helped set the tone for the DCAU, one other sequence may be very important not only for its storytelling, however for organising the DCAU in additional methods than Batman ever did: Superman: The Animated Sequence, which is now celebrating its Twenty fifth anniversary.
Star Trek: Prodigy creator Kevin Hageman confirms that the animated series is set in the Prime Universe alongside the other Trek series. Star Trek: Prodigy co-creator Kevin Hageman has confirmed that the animated series will be set in the Prime Universe along with the rest of the main Star Trek shows. The series is the first Star Trek property to be aimed specifically toward children, with the aim to bring new generations of Trekkies into the fold. Star Trek: Prodigy will premiere on Paramount Plus on October 28 with a one-hour (two-episode) special, and is slated to air on Nickelodeon shortly after. Nick and Paramount+ will also host a advance screening at NYCC 2021 on October 10.
I completely forgot that Marvel and Hulu teamed up to produced a Hit-Monkey animated series! Well, the first trailer for Hit-Monkey dropped today to remind us that this series is still coming, and it looks ridiculously wild and a lot of fun. This is an adult-themed series that centers on...
Ten Year Old Tom: HBO Max Sets Premiere for Animated Series from The Life & Times of Tim Creator (Watch)
Ten Year Old Tom is arriving soon on HBO Max. The streaming service has announced a premiere date for the new adult animated series from the creator of The Life & Times of Tim – Steve Dildarian. Ten episodes have been ordered for the first season of the series which follows the life of Tom, an average kid who gets bad advice from the adults around him.
It’s rare to find a series that knocks it out of the park in nearly every category, but somehow Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender became one of the most beloved franchises in the world. Avatar is a fantasy series featuring strong world-building, fantastic characters, and an inspirational story that defined a generation. The show follows Aang and his friends as they go on a life-changing journey to save the world from the reign of Fire Lord Ozai. The series is an anime-inspired fantasy adventure and blends both eastern and western philosophy into an action-packed series anyone can enjoy.
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Chicago Party Aunt stars/producers Ike Barinholtz and Katie Rich join Scott and co-host Sprague the Whisperer to talk about how their Netflix animated series Chicago Party Aunt started as a Twitter account, their dream SNL cast, and Avengers auditions. Plus, contest winners Gary and Marge Filipowski stop by to talk about what they’ve been up to during their trip to Los Angeles.