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Wow, Comedy Central really loves their Daniel Tosh.
The Tosh.0 co-creator/star has been given the green light to executive produce a brand new animated series for the network — Brickleberry.
The new show, which will also feature a voiceover by Tosh, follows a group of dysfunctional forest rangers at a national park.
The series has a ten episode order and will begin production in the Fall for an early 2012 premiere.
We bet there are gonna be animals involved!
Animated animals? Cute. Animated animals produced by Tosh? Filthy! …we can't wait!
[Image via WENN.]
Last month, our nostalgia kicked into full gear when we learned that a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series was on its way!
What we didn't realize at the time was that the leader of the group, Leonardo, is being voice by none other than Jason Biggs!
Way to go, Jason! Between American Reunion and becoming a Ninja Turtle, Mr. Biggs has got A LOT on the horizon for 2012!
Do U think Jason Biggs will make a good Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle???
Just think…in the near future, somebody will get paid thousands upon thousands of dollars to write shows based on an iPhone app. Don't we live in wonderful times?
According to Mikael Hed, the CEO of the company that created the Angry Birds iPhone app (Rovio Mobile), an animated series of the popular game is in the works.
Here's what he had to say about it:
"We have been looking at that for quite a while, and that is definitely one of my personal big focus areas right now — to work on broadcast content for 'Angry Birds."
Given the fact that the iPhone app has already been spun off into another game, an upcoming board game by Mattel, plush toys, and iPhone covers, we're thinking that an animated Angry Birds series is very likely to happen.
Personally, we've been seeing enough birds on TV lately, with all the bizarre reports of recent bird deaths.
…We're thinking we'll skip this one.
Would U watch an Angry Birds show? Or will U stick to the iPhone game?
Nickelodeon has picked up its animated series SpongeBob SquarePants for a ninth season, which will include the series' 200th episode.
The ninth season will air in 2012, making it TV's number one animated series with kids 2-11 for 10 consecutive years.
"SpongeBob's success in reaching over 200 episodes is a testament to creator Stephen Hillenburg's vision, comedic sensibility and his dynamic, lovable characters," said Nickelodeon president Brown Johnson.
"Legends of Bikini Bottom", the next SpongeBob special, airs on January 28.
Will U watch?