One of the earliest jobs Maria Estrada had was as casting director of the Back To The Future cartoon. She would work with some of the actors decades later as voice director. On Doc McStuffins, she got to work with Cathy Cavadini, David Kauffman, and Josh Keaton again, and worked with David again on Goldie And Bear. She would work with Thomas Wilson again on Higglytown Heroes and Spidey And His Amazing Friends.
I'm impressed with how that one episode of Deepa And Anoop uploaded to the Netflix Jr YouTube channel currently has over 3 million views in less than 3 weeks. For a Mattel project not based on an established property, that's impressive.
Friday August 19 at 8:00 am can be described as the John Stamos hour since he's doing voice work in the shows that have premieres on the Disney Junior block (Mickey Mouse Funhouse and Spidey And His Amazing Friends). They're even being simulcast on the Disney Junior channel.
You might be wondering what I mean by this. Let me explain. The way romance is portrayed in family friendly animation in recent years has definitely changed quite a bit. For one piece of the puzzle, you still have traditional boy girl romances. For another piece of the puzzle, you have the...
Posting less going well. No warnings for anything so I think the board agrees. Still present for everything and DO read what you guys say. But if I see something I don't like I keep my damn mouth shut. It's for the best.
20 Years ago today, Discovery Kids on NBC launched , it was my first introduction to Discovery Kids. I didn't have digital cable so I didn't have the channel. I liked Trading Spaces: Boys vs Girls. Tutenstien, Kenny the Shark, Time Warp Trio, Darcy's Wild Life.
I am glad become one of most cartoon network lover in indonesia. 30th anniversary for me many such learn while my yound kids only likes cartoon network show and become most leader of cosplay party what i build of the campaign than many one making anime team cosplay.
this is become you lessons to make like this in new york comic con next week, i see you...