Nickelodeon’s new animated series Rock Paper Scissors premieres February 12, 2024.
Leading the cast are Ron Funches (Trolls) as Rock, Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!) as Paper and Carlos Alazraqui (Rocko’s Modern Life) as Scissors.
The series also stars Melissa Villaseñor (Saturday Night Live) as Pencil and stand-up comedian Eddie Pepitone as Lou, a garbage can. Guest stars include Jason Alexander (Seinfeld), Isabela Merced (Dora and the Lost City of Gold) and Carla Gugino (Spy Kids).
The series, created by Kyle Stegina and Josh Lehrman, began life as a short from Nickelodeon’s Intergalactic Shorts Program, an initiative that searches for “new and diverse creators from across the globe, […] nurturing their vision for original comedy-driven content.”
Sago Mini Friends is based on the characters and designs from the Sago Mini World app which features dozens of games for kids ages 2-5 years old. The series follows the adventures of Harvey the dog, Jinja the cat, Jack the rabbit and Robin the bird.
The second season of Sago Mini Friends premieres January 26, 2024 on Apple TV+.
Masters of the Universe: Revolution premieres January 25, 2024 on Netflix.
Synopsis: From Kevin Smith, Mattel Television Studio, and Netflix comes an epic tale that features He-Man vs. Skeletor in a highly anticipated brawl for all of Eternia. Featuring Chris Wood, Melissa Benoist, Lena Heady, Meg Foster, Keith David, William Shatner and Mark Hamill.
The second season of Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur premieres February 2, 2024 on Disney Channel and next day on Disney+.
Synopsis: In the new season, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur are in their element as Super Heroes; however, as Moon Girl’s Super Hero-ing intertwines more with her personal life, she must decide if the cost of keeping her identity a secret is worth the toll it takes on her family.
In the Know premieres January 25, 2024 on Peacock. The series was co-created by Mike Judge (Beavis and Butt-Head), Zach Woods (The Office) and Brandon Gardner.
Judge and Woods also co-star in the series alongside Charlie Bushnell (Percy Jackson and the Olympians), Caitlin Reilly (High School Musical series), J. Smith-Cameron (Succession) and Carl Tart (Grand Crew).
In the Know follows public radio host Lauren Caspian (Woods) and his co-workers as they produce episodes of Lauren’s show, in which he interviews real world human guests such as Hugh Laurie, Finn Wolfhard and Ken Burns.
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off co-showrunners Bryan Lee O’Malley and BenDavid Grabinski head to Tokyo, Japan to give us a behind the scenes look at the creative process that brought the Netflix anime adaptation of the popular graphic novels to life.