Stephen Colbert has clearly realized that a good anti-Trump tirade does great things for ratings. But now, Colbert is taking his battle with 45 one step further as Showtime has commissioned him to make an animated, mockumentary-style series about Trump, his administration, and his family. Fans of The Late Show ... More »
Showtime has given a series order to a new animated half-hour series centered on Donald Trump. The pay-cable net ordered 10 episodes of the untitled show, to be executive produced by Stephen Colbert. The satirical program is scheduled to begin...
Ms. Foray cackled, chirped, meowed and sometimes sang her way through nearly 300 productions. Rocky the flying squirrel was among her most popular characters.
While you may not know the name June Foray, you undoubtedly know the voice that belongs to the legendary cartoon actress. Unfortunately, the woman behind iconic cartoon characters such as Rocky the Flying Squirrel from Rocky & Bullwinkle...Show More Summary
It seems impossible to believe that there's not already a cartoon series centered on President Donald Trump and his administration, but never fear -- Stephen Colbert has stepped in to fill that void. Colbert -- who has taken plenty of...Show More Summary
Showtime Thursday ordered a 10-episode, untitled animated series about the Trump White House to be produced by 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert.
"I look forward to sharing the man behind the MAGA," Colbert said.
This past year has seen several late-night TV shows spin off their segments into their own series, and now it’s Stephen Colbert’s turn. Showtime announced today it has ordered 10 half-hour episodes of an untitled animates series starring the Cartoon Donald Trump who has made several appearances over the past year on The Late Show […]
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Donald Trump is kind of a cartoon character, at least in the sense that he has ridiculous hair, his views are so twisted and evil that he almost seems unrealistic, his skin is a weird color, he doesn’t move around very much, he’s pretty...Show More Summary
June Foray was the voice actress behind Rocky the flying squirrel, Natasha Fatale and the Granny in Tweety and Sylvester cartoons. After acting for seven decades in legendary cartoons, Foray has died.
The untitled animated series will get at least 10 episodes, set to bow in the fall. read more
The woman hailed as "animation's best friend," also voiced Rocky the Flying Squirrel and many other memorable cartoon characters.
One of the most accomplished and beloved voice performers of all time died Wednesday at age 99. June Foray, who for decades performed on cartoon series including “Woody Woodpecker,” “Huckleberry Hound,” “The Jetsons,” “Tom and Jerry,” “Mister Magoo,” “Bugs Bunny,”...
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The premiere voice artist of classic female cartoon characters, June Foray, passed away Wednesday. A partial remembrance of her long career can be found at Mark Evanier's blog. She was, of course, the premier female voice talent of her era. Show More Summary
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"Rick and Morty," the cartoon brainchild of famed television writer and creator Dan Harmon, is returning July 30 for its third season. If you're looking for something else to watch while you wait for season three to premiere, you might...Show More Summary
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