Steven Universe Nominated For A 2018 Teen Choice Award For Choice Animated TV Show

Steven Universe Nominated For A 2018 Teen Choice Award For Choice Animated TV Show

Steven Universe Nominated For A 2018 Teen Choice Award For Choice Animated TV Show

FOX in the United States has released their nominations for Teen Choice Awards 2018 and Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe has been nominated in the “Choice Animated TV Show” category, along with Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. Congratulations and best of luck to Rebecca Sugar and the Crewniverse and to Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon and the Rick and Morty production team.

The Teen Choice awards is an annual event the celebrates biggest achievements in music, film, sports, television, fashion, and more, voted by viewers aged between 13 and 20 years old. To vote for either Steven Universe or Rick and Morty, visit the voting section of the Teen Choice Awards website http://teenchoice.votenow.tv, login with your e-mail address and go to the “Choice Animated TV Show” nomination option, you can vote up to ten times a day. In the category, there is some tough competition with the likes of FOX’s The Simpsons, Family Guy and Bob’s Burgers and Zagtoon’s Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, so every vote is important. The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday 12th August and will air live on FOX at 8pm ET.

For more information about the FOX Teen Choice Awards 2018 and to vote for your favourites from the last 12 months, click the link below:
https://teenchoice.votenow.tv/

https://teenchoice.votenow.tv/

Cartoon Network USA The Digital Buzz Bulletin: Drawn: The Story Of Animation Podcast: Episode One

Cartoon Network USA The Digital Buzz Bulletin: Drawn: The Story Of Animation Podcast: Episode One

Cartoon Network USA The Digital Buzz Bulletin: Drawn: The Story Of Animation Podcast: Episode One: From The Turner USA Press Release

Cartoon Network and HowStuffWorks have teamed up for the new podcast Drawn: The Story of Animation which officially launches today.

Don’t miss the first of 11 episodes hosted by podcast veteran Holly Frey (Stuff You Missed in History Class) as she takes listeners on a time travel to explore a bit of animation’s history, and trace those roots to the stories being told by today’s artists.

Episode One: How Cartoons Get Made

Synopsis: While some technology has changed over the years, in many ways, the path from an idea to a finished cartoon has remained the same. How has animation evolved while still retaining its roots, and where will it go next?

Special Guests:

– Brian Miller (Senior Vice President, Cartoon Network Studios)
– Doc Hammer and Emmy® Award nominee Christopher McCulloch (Venture Bros.)
– Ian Jones-Quartey (OK K.O.!, Adventure Time)
– Kim Manning (Vice President, Programming, Adult Swim)
– Michael Ouweleen (co-creator, Harvey Birdman; Chief Marketing Officer, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim & Boomerang)
– Mike Lazzo (Executive Vice President & Creative Director, Adult Swim)
– Ollie Green (Producer, Robot Chicken)
– Rebecca Sugar (Emmy ® Award nominee, The New York Times Bestselling author and creator of Steven Universe)
– Rob Sorcher (Chief Content Officer, Cartoon Network Studios)
– Seth Green (Robot Chicken, Family Guy)

Cartoon Network USA The Digital Buzz Bulletin: Drawn: The Story Of Animation Podcast: Episode OneCartoon Network USA The Digital Buzz Bulletin: Drawn: The Story Of Animation Podcast: Episode One

Ian Jones-Quartey
Creator, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes

Brian Miller
Senior Vice President, CN Studios
Holly Frey
Host, HowStuffWorks

Episode One: Behind-the-Scenes Videos

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The Jetsons Live Action Pilot Planned For ABC In The United States

The Jetsons Live Action Pilot Planned For ABC In The United States

The Jetsons Live Action Pilot Planned For ABC In The United States

According to entertainment industry news websites – Variety and Deadline, American national broadcaster – ABC has ordered a put pilot for a potential live-action show based on Hanna-Barbera’s space age animated sitcom – The Jetsons. A put pilot is a pilot that the network (in this case, ABC) has agreed to air either as a special or series, not airing the pilot will incur a financial penalty and in a majority of cases, it also means that it will become a full series.

The live-action sitcom will have a multi-camera setup with the story set 100 years into the future. Like the classic cartoon which also premiered on ABC in 1963 (with a 41 episode revival from 1985 for syndication), the show will follow the daily lives of George, Jane, Judy, and Elroy Jetson along with their robot maid Rosie and family dog Astro. The show also had an animated movie and even had a crossover with their stone age counterparts – The Flintstones.

Before the announcement of the live-action pilot, the latest Jetsons project from Warner Bros. was the straight-to-DVD release of The Jetsons and WWE: Robo-WrestleMania! this year.

Back To The Future co-creator and Who Framed Roger Rabbit? director – Robert Zemeckis will executive produce along with Jack Rapke under the Compari Entertainment brand. Gary Janetti, who has written for and produced shows including Fox’s animated sitcom – Family Guy and co-creator of the British comedy series Vicious, will write and executive produce. Compari Entertainment’s Jackie Levine will serve as a co-executive producer. Warner Bros. Television will produce the show in association with Nickelby Inc. and Compari.

http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/jetsons-live-action-series-abc-1202530873/

http://deadline.com/2017/08/the-jetsons-multi-camera-comedy-reboot-abc-robert-zemeckis-gary-janetti-1202150786/