Universal Studios "Hallmark Animation" becomes division to Universal Television, approx. 12 shows based on greeting cards franchises are about to come (as "ANNOUNCED!")

DDD1988Redux posted on May 26, 2015 at 03:31AM
You know what, "Hallmark Animation" is finally becoming a division to Universal Television, with the following 12 animated TV cartoon shows based on greeting cards franchises that are being created by different Hallmark Cards animators, as each show would use either a different original animation style or the same animation style as a show from the past as interested with a different animator who have worked on each one way back then.

It will start off with the following 4 franchises to be available in animated "greeting cards" form (in original styles being done by different animators): "Tinkler the Ballerina" (which would become the only Hallmark Cards franchise to feature a title character who doesn't speak, but communicates via pantomime and vocal effects), "Dr. Brain, the Big Boss of the Temple", "Kid Klown's Circus Spirit", Flicky Birdie", and an additional 2 shows in the same styles: "Gotcha Squawk the Parrot" (in the style of Craig McCracken, the creator of Cartoon Network's "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends"), and "Ghost Town Blues" (in the style of Rob Renzetti, the creator of Nickelodeon's "My Life As A Teenage Robot").

These shows are finally in development by Hallmark Animation, starting off as a series of greeting cards and then being adapted each into original 12 pilot episodes and a whole load of early promotional material of each one to air on "Hallmark Kids Channel", which is finally coming straight to the U.S. & Canada, the U.K. & Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, among other countries in 2016 and 2017. The animation studio is finally being established around fall 2015, being located in "Los Angeles, California" (just a few miles away from where the Universal Studios Hollywood resort is being located); also, "Studio Hub" will finally be in operation at "Los Angeles, California" where it is just located miles away each from both Universal Studios and The Walt Disney Company, and at "Orlando, Florida" where it is just located miles away each from both Universal Orlando Resort and Walt Disney World Resort.

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last edited on May 29, 2015 at 04:52AM

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