Creator / Frederator Studios

Frederator Studios (1997-2016) was an animation studio created and run by Alan Goodman, Albie Hecht and Fred Seibert, the team that designed the look of MTV and Nickelodeon in the early eighties and created the Kids' Choice Awards and Nickelodeon GUTS as Chauncey Street Productions in the early 1990s. They are responsible for producing the following TV shows:

In 2012, Frederator launched Cartoon Hangover, an outlet for Web Animation productions. So far, Cartoon Hangover consists of the following series:

Other pilots by Cartoon Hangover:
  • Our New Electrical Morals (Created by Mike Rosenthal)
  • Rocket Dog (Created by Mel Roach)
  • Ace Discovery (Created by Tom Gran & Martin Wooley)
  • Doctor Lollipop (Created by Miss Kelly Martin)
  • Dead End (Created by Hamish Steele)

Their film department, founded in 2007, is currently developing a movie of Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!. On August 8th, 2015, it was announced at RTX'15 that they would be partnering up with Rooster Teeth for an as-of-yet-revealed project.

As of October 26, 2016, Frederator has merged with Rainmaker Entertainment (the company behind the 2016 film adaptation of Ratchet and Clank) to form Wow! Unlimited, which is run by Michael Hirsh, founder of Nelvana and Cookie Jar Entertainment, with Fred Seibert staying on board as chief creative officer.