‘Tooning Out The News’: Stephen Colbert Animated News Show Resumes Production & CBS All Access Sets New Premiere
Stephen Colbert’s animated information comedy Tooning Out The Information has resumed manufacturing and can launch on CBS All Entry on April 7.
This comes after the digital platform was compelled to delay its March 16 premiere amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Two weeks in the past, manufacturing on the sequence was postponed however has now restarted with crews working remotely.
Colbert, who exec produces alongside The Late Present showrunner Chris Licht and RJ Fried and Tim Luecke, who co-created Showtime’s Our Cartoon President, revealed the information on his CBS talkshow final night time with a brief clip.
“It’s an animated present being made proper now by animators all night time from their houses, which is an effective way to move time throughout quarantine,” Colbert joked.
Produced by CBS Tv Studios, it is going to characteristic brief each day segments main as much as a weekly full episode that features a solid of animated characters mocking information of the day, and interviewing actual world visitors and newsmakers. It should air on CBS All Entry within the U.S. and Canada.
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The solid of animated characters will likely be led by anchor James Smartwood, who will mock the information and interview real-world visitors, newsmakers and analysts in each day five- to seven-minute segments, adopted by a weekly full episode out there each Friday.
Friends embrace Alan Dershowitz, Donny Deutsch, Rep. Barbara Lee, Olivia Nuzzi and Rep. Eric Swalwell.
It’s the newest animated sequence for the streaming service, which airs Star Trek: Decrease Decks from Rick & Morty’s Mike McMahan and The Harper Home, from China, IL creator Brad Neely and Star Trek: Decrease Decks’ Katie Krentz.
You’ll be able to watch a clip beneath: