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Titmouse, Inc.

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Titmouse, Inc.
FoundedFebruary 2000; 21 years ago
FoundersChris Prynoski
Shannon Prynoski
Los Angeles, California
United States[1]
Key people
Number of employees
over 700[2]
SubsidiariesTitmouse New York
Titmouse Canada

Titmouse, Inc. is an American animation studio that develops and produces animated television programming, feature films, music videos, title sequences, commercials, and short films. The studio opened in 2000, and has offices in Los Angeles, New York City, London, Melbourne and Vancouver. Some of their productions include Breadwinners and Baby Shark's Big Show! for Nickelodeon, Motorcity for Disney XD, Big Mouth and The Midnight Gospel for Netflix, Metalocalypse, The Venture Bros., Superjail!, Ballmastrz: 9009, Black Dynamite for Adult Swim and Megas XLR and Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart for Cartoon Network, Animaniacs for Warner Bros. Animation and Hulu,[3] Moonbeam City for Comedy Central, Hanazuki: Full of Treasures for Hasbro, Bless the Harts for Fox, and Turbo Fast for DreamWorks Animation Television.


Founder and CEO Chris Prynoski began working at MTV in New York on shows such as Daria, Beavis and Butt-Head, and his own creation, Downtown, which was nominated for a primetime Emmy Award.[4] In the early 2000s, Prynoski opened a small T-shirt company with his wife, Shannon Prynoski. However, upon getting more requests for cartoons than for T-shirts, they decided to abandon screen-printing in favor of animation. The Prynoskis moved to California, and opened the revamped Titmouse, Inc., an animation studio. Antonio Canobbio, who had worked with Chris Prynoski at MTV and both Prynoskis at Cartoon Network in L.A., was hired as creative director.[5] Titmouse opened a games division in 2009.[6]

Due to projects like Cartoon Network's Metalocalypse, Superjail! and The Venture Bros. the company expanded and opened a sister studio in New York City in 2010. The California studio later added a wholly owned subsidiary, Robin Redbreast, which was then unionized in order to produce Motorcity for Disney XD.

The company has a YouTube channel, Rug Burn, launched in December 2012 with 6 Point Harness. Rug Burn was launched with a handful of shows.[7]

In April 2016, Titmouse released its first feature-length film, the R-rated Nerdland, which stars Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt.[8]

In October 2020, Titmouse Vancouver became the first animation studio in Canada to join a union. Following a vote that captured 87% of the workforce, 98% of Titmouse Vancouver's workforce voted to join the newly founded Animation Guild IATSE Local 938.[9] In response to this, some said that the issues raised by the workers of Titmouse were the same ones heard "from unrepresented animation workers everywhere" and that the unionization of the Titmouse workers acknowledges the contributions by animation workers to the industry.[10][11][a]



Title Year Notes Client
2002 MTV Movie Awards 2002 opening and graphics MTV
The Osbournes main titles (produced for ka-chew!)
Megas XLR 2004–05 main titles, additional animation (Season 1 only) Cartoon Network
Avatar: The Last Airbender 2005–08 main title sequence[12] Nickelodeon
Shorty McShorts' Shorts 2006 "Dudley and Nestor Do Nothing" (animation production) Disney Channel
The Amazing Screw-On Head Pilot Syfy
Metalocalypse 2006–13 [13] Adult Swim
Class of 3000 2007 digital effects Cartoon Network
Let's Fish pilot Adult Swim
Frank TV "Frankincense and Myrrh" (animation) TBS
G.I. Joe: Resolute 2009 [14] Adult Swim
DJ & the Fro MTV
Attack of the Show! "Slasher School" shorts[15] G4
Freaknik: The Musical 2010 Adult Swim
Black Panther BET
Mad 2010–11 additional animation Warner Bros. Animation
Floogals 2010–19 Disney Junior
Superjail! 2011–14 seasons 2–4[13] Adult Swim
The Venture Bros. 2011–18 seasons 5–7, three specials[13]
Black Dynamite 2011–12 season 1[3]
China, IL 2011–15 [13]
Major Lazer 2011 pilot (unaired/unreleased)
Community 2011–12 animated sequences in “A Fistful of Paintballs”, “Foosball and Nocturnal Vigiliantism” and “Digital Estate Planning[16][17] Sony Pictures Television
Motorcity 2012–13 [18] Disney XD
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja 2012–15 [19]
Liquid Television 2013 MTV
Turbo FAST 2013–16 [13] DreamWorks Animation
Breadwinners 2014–16 Nickelodeon
TripTank "Jerk Chicken" shorts Comedy Central
King Star King 2014 series only Adult Swim
Hot in Cleveland "The Animated Episode" TV Land
Kirby Buckets 2014–17 animation Disney XD
Niko and the Sword of Light 2015–19 [5] Amazon Studios
Yoyotoki HappyEars 2015 pilot
Moonbeam City [20] Comedy Central
TMNT Half-Shell Heroes: Blast to the Past Nickelodeon
Doble Fried pilot[21] (unaired/unreleased; co-produced with PFFFR) Adult Swim
Rachel Dratch's Late Night Snack 2016 animated sequences TruTV
Brad Neely's Harg Nallin' Sclopio Peepio Adult Swim
Lazor Wulf pilot (unaired/unreleased)
Little Big Awesome 2016–18 Amazon Studios
Son of Zorn 2016–17 animation 20th Television
Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh 2016–18 animation DreamWorks Animation
Future-Worm! animation Disney XD
Comedy Crib 2016 intro, transitions, promos IFC
Hanazuki: Full of Treasures[22] 2017–19 Hasbro Studios
The New V.I.P's 2017 pilot Amazon Video
Uncle Grandpa "More Director Shorts" Cartoon Network
Halt and Catch Fire 2017 Pilgrim gameplay AMC
Disjointed 2017–18 animated sequences[23] Warner Bros. Television
Goldie and Bear season 2 Disney Junior
Big Mouth 2017–present Netflix
Project Runway All Stars 2018 "Thrown for a Loop by Betty Boop" (animation) The Weinstein Company
Ballmastrz: 9009 2018–20 Adult Swim
Tigtone 2018–present
Trap Universe 2018 pilot
Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits & Monsters "Bubba the Bear" (animation) TruTV
The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants 2018–20 animation DreamWorks Animation
Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas 2018 Netflix
Deadly Class 2019 animated sequences Sony Pictures Television
Universal Cable Productions
T.O.T.S.[24] 2019–present Disney Junior
Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart[25] Cartoon Network
Archibald's Next Big Thing animation DreamWorks Animation
Bless the Harts 2019–21 20th Television
Fox Entertainment
Cleopatra in Space 2019–present animation DreamWorks Animation
The Midnight Gospel[26][27] 2020 Netflix
Star Trek: Lower Decks 2020–present Paramount+
Animaniacs animation Warner Bros. Animation
Kinderwood 2020 Noggin
Baby Shark's Big Show! 2020–present animation Nickelodeon
The Harper House 2021 CBS Eye Animation Productions
WandaVision 2D animated sequences ("Don't Touch That Dial" only) Marvel Studios
Loki[28] 2D animated sequences Marvel Studios
Mythic Quest animated backstory sequence (Special Episode: "Everlight") Apple TV+
Looney Tunes Cartoons season 2 Warner Bros. Animation
I Heart Arlo[29] Netflix
Chicago Party Aunt[30]
Devil May Care TZGZ
The Legend of Vox Machina 2022 animation[31][32][33] Critical Role Productions
Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur visual and animation development Marvel Animation
Disney Channel
Kiff 2023 Disney Channel
Pupstruction Disney Junior
Pantheon TBA AMC
Beavis and Butt-Head animation Comedy Central

Feature films

Title Release date Co-production with Note
Freddy Got Fingered April 20, 2001 20th Century Fox
Regency Enterprises
Animated sequence and artwork
Wonderland October 3, 2003 Lionsgate
Flirt Pictures
Emmett/Furla Films
"Divee the Loot" sequence
Sunset Strip 2012 animation
Girl Rising March 7, 2013 Vulcan Productions
The Documentary Group
"Egypt" sequence
Her December 18, 2013 Annapurna Pictures Giant Man Sequence
Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery July 10, 2015 Warner Bros. Animation title sequence
Team Hot Wheels: The Skill to Thrill! August 17, 2015 Mattel Playground Productions
Team Hot Wheels: Build the Epic Race! October 5, 2015
Nerdland December 6, 2016 Samuel Goldwyn Films
AKW Worldwide
Theatrical animated feature film
Father of the Year July 20, 2018 Happy Madison Productions virtual reality sequences
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies July 27, 2018 Warner Bros. Animation animation services
Next Gen September 7, 2018 Baozou Manhua additional pre-production services
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm October 23, 2020 Four By Two Films
Amazon Studios
animation services
Arlo the Alligator Boy April 16, 2021 Netflix Animation production services
Foxy Trotter TBA Fairy Dust
Bold Films
Wild Bunch

Short films

Title Year Client Notes
Let's Get Dirty (I Can't Get in da Club) 2001 Redman music video; animation
Dirty Little Thing 2004 Velvet Revolver music video; animation
The Hidden Life of the Burrowing Owl 2008 [35]
Heartless 2009 The Fray music video
Pinched 2010 [36]
Scott Pilgrim vs. The Animation Adult Swim
Underworld: Endless War 2011 Lakeshore Entertainment
Diablo III: Wrath 2012 Blizzard Entertainment [37]
The Wind Zac Brown Band music video
Miss Atomic Bomb The Killers music video; animation
Very Important House 2015 Disney Television Animation
Team Hot Wheels: Search for the 5th Driver! Mattel Playground Productions
Space Face Nickelodeon
Don Vs. Raph
We Strike Hard and Fade Away Into the Night
Toonami Exquisite Corpse 2017 Adult Swim
Rick and Morty Exquisite Corpse
The Story of O.J. Jay-Z music video; character animation
Heroes of the Storm: Obey the Call Blizzard Entertainment [38]
Imaginary Friend Society: Long Hospital Stays Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures 2018–present Lucasfilm
Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham 2019 Sony Pictures Animation
HBO Backstories HBO "Barry"
Hallucinate 2020 Dua Lipa music video; character animation
Yankee and the Brave Run the Jewels music video
La La La 2021 Area21 music video
Mona Lisa

Video games



  1. ^ A related union is The Animation Guild, IATSE Local 839, formerly named the Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists, located in Burbank, California


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