Regular Show Finale Screening In Burbank

Regular Show Finale Screening In Burbank

Regular Show Finale Screening In Burbank

Cartoon Network has bid farewell to Regular Show by hosting a special screening of the show’s big finale on Thursday night (12/01/2017) at the AMC Burbank 16 movie theater. The show’s creator and voice of Mordecai, JG Quintel attended the screening with a large group of his production crew. After the screening, JG Quintel, William Salyers (voice of Rigby), Minty Lewis (storyboard artist and voice of Eileen) and Curtis Lelash, SVP of original series at Cartoon Network came to the front of the screen for a special final Q&A session.

Many fans were laughing and crying throughout the epic finale, the show’s production staff found it difficult to let go after eight seasons and over 250 episodes. Minty Lewis commented “This feels like a funeral right now.”. JG Quintel also commented “It was neat to get to hear people react to the show one last time, because that’s not gonna happen anymore”. William Salyers also said “It was six amazing years of my life, it was never not fun to go to work, and you can’t say that about a lot of jobs”.

Regular Show – “A Regular Show Epic Final Battle” will air Monday 16th January at 6pm (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network USA. Robert Englund (known for his role as Freddy Krueger in A Nightmare On Elm Street) will guest star as Anti-Pops.

http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/regular-show-finale-cartoon-network-1201959968/

Cartoon Network USA Curtis Lelash And Tramm Wigzell Promoted To Senior VP Of Original Series

Cartoon Network USA Curtis Lelash And Tramm Wigzell Promoted To Senior VP Of Original Series

Cartoon Network USA Curtis Lelash And Tramm Wigzell Promoted To Senior VP Of Original Series

Two Cartoon Network executives have been promoted to Senior Vice President of Original Series: Curtis Lelash and Tramm Wigzell. Both Curtis Lelash and Tramm Wigzell will work alongside Rob Sorcher, (chief content officer of Cartoon Network) at Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California. Curtis Lelash started his employment at Cartoon Network in 2005, his recent role was VP of Comedy Animation, a major genre of Cartoon Network’s content.

Tramm Wigzell has been working for Cartoon Network since 2002, and previously he has worked on Cartoon Network’s multiplatform strategy, which includes the use of mobile devices for live-streaming apps and games, he also contributed to the development of one of Cartoon Network’s biggest animation franchises in its history – Ben 10 and the interactive series – Mighty Magiswords. Wigzell also works on Teen Titans Go! at Warner Bros. Animation as an executive in-charge of production for Cartoon Network.

Rob Sorcher, Chief Content Officer of Cartoon Network commented that Curtis and Tramm are well known for their excellent work in the animation industry and the backgrounds of the two executives will offer different viewpoints towards the development of new original content:

“Curtis and Tramm are both well-respected in the animation industry for their approach to talent and development, and their creative and executive acumen have resulted in some of our biggest hits and franchises. This newly connected structure leverages diverse viewpoints, and reflects overall dynamics in the kids’ media landscape.”

http://worldscreen.com/tvkids/cartoon-network-promotes-curtis-lelash-tramm-wigzell/

http://deadline.com/2016/12/cartoon-network-promote-curtis-lelash-tramm-wigzell-svp-original-series-1201866427/