I remember thinking how come Paramount didn't put the Nickelodeon Movies name for Hugo then i relalize "oh maybe they didn't want to associate Nickelodeon with a director like Martin Scorsese whose famous films were R-rated"
Why does CBS still makes generic laugh track-filled sitcoms when other broadcast networks like ABC, NBC and FOX started to phase out those shows since 2005 or 2006? There's been maybe 3 or 4 that were single camera shows since then but why don't CBS make more of those shows? I kind of bugs me.
@Ghoster1987 FB&CC still is trash and is only being propped up by memes that are selling you a lie. The lie that is nostalgia, which is a disease.
Glitch Techs should not be compared to this trash, because GT is actually GOOD and deserves a lot more love/respect than it gets, whether from the network or from people who watch animation in general. And that's the truth!
it feels so weird seeing Fanboy and Chum Chum a decade later getting a lot of respect and people having nostalgia over it now. I remember it was HATED on.
People thought it was the worst thing to come from Nick. But i'm guessing Glitch Techs had something to do with it because both shows are created by the same person.
back when the Harvey Weinstein allegations happened i remember saying "well i'm not surprised he's known for being a jerk to certain movies particularly in his treatment in animated movies he acquired and is known for re-cutting live action flims behind director's backs."
i unironically want ok boomer to be a title for a cbs sitcom where its about an old man not understanding modern times and talking smack to younger people and the jokes are more stale and the laugh track is more forced.
Man Wii does not hold up well. I appreciate the technical achievements behind it. But because of Nintendo's over protective family-friendly image of that time, graphics that were inferior to PS3 and XBOX 360, and game companies expoliting the console by putting their mediocre to awful kids and shovelware games on there. It was not a good era to remember.
i just realized the reason why Disney TVA had such a resurgence in the 2010's was because some execs who worked at Nick and CN moved over there. And some of them were responisible for greenlighting shows like Spongebob, Avatar, Dexter's Lab, PPG and etc. I guess that's why there were more artist/animator driven shows than in the 2000's where it was mostly writer created cartoons
finally manage to watch both the first couple of episodes of The Owl House and Glitch Techs. Both have a lot of potential and also a good start for this coming decade. Although i still think GT should've had a chance on the main Nick channel. I mean yeah TV is on life support maybe it would've not done well because lack of viewers......
getting the rights to Garfield and being so proud of it is like saying getting the rights to another IP people barely remember or talk about it today like Felix the Cat, The Archies, or Gumby of all things. Like aside from ironic memes i haven't heard anyone talk about Garfield maybe since the Bill Murray movies in the 2000's
Mao Mao has been on hiatus since October. There will be no new episodes airing in June in the U.S., despite those last 9 episodes of Season 1 (31-40) allegedly leaked by Aussie streaming service Stan back in April, and we've been telling ourselves NOT to spoil any of these episodes on social media until they are officially released.
Man, it's really hard to like your favorite show when it's stuck in a long hiatus...
I found this interview that Pam Arciero (Grundgetta from Sesame Street) took part in. I mainly skipped to 1:35, where she mentioned how production on the show ground to a halt because of the pandemic. There was about 1 more week of material to tape. She says they could start again in October, but that could change.