Maurice LaMarche was so kind to share his famous “Frozen Peas” imitation of Orson Welles’ recording a commercial, which was parodied on Animaniacs, titled “Yes, Always,” with The Brain as Orson Welles and Pinky as the Director. And Rob Paulsen was so kind to sing the “Countries of the World” song from Animaniacs (Yakko’s World).
A recent article shows the bad, very bad, extremely bad news. The three main networks for Kids Shows and Animation are literally dying. This article from Bloomberg explains why and there are some choice quotes here: This season’s ratings for the 2-to-11 set are shaping up to be the worst yet. And few in the […]
When Hulu announced two new seasons of Animaniacs, their lips were mostly sealed when it came to the staff behind the laughs. Now the showrunner has been revealed: Wellesley Wild. The name might not be immediately recognizable to you, but he’s a veteran of Seth MacFarlane’s projects like Family Guy, Ted and The Orville. Alongside […]
Dot, Wakko and Yakko are coming back! Streaming service Hulu has partnered with Amblin and Warner Bros. Animation to revive the seminal Animaniacs animated series. Two new seasons are in production with the first set of episodes due out 2020. In addition to the already completed 99 episodes of Animaniacs, Hulu has also received the streaming […]
ToonBarn has exclusive interviews with Rob Paulsen (Yakko), Jess Harnell (Wakko) and Tress MacNeille (Dot), as well as series composer Randy Rogel for Animaniacs Live!