Bento Box Entertainment
Bento Box Entertainment (also known as Bento Box Animation) is an American animation studio located in North Hollywood, California. It was founded in 2009 by executive producers Scott Greenberg, Joel Kuwahara, and Mark McJimsey. The current owners of Bento Box Entertainment are Scott Greenberg, Joel Kuwahara, and Brett Coker. The name comes from bento boxes, a meal style in Japanese cuisine.
|Headquarters||North Hollywood, California, United States|
Bento Box Entertainment is an Emmy award-winning studio that develops and produces quality-animated content for all distribution platforms worldwide. Recognized as the leading producer of primetime animated comedy series for broadcast, cable and digital networks, the company works with the leading networks, studios and distribution companies including FOX Broadcasting Company, Comedy Central, MTV, Adult Swim, HBO, HULU, IFC, Disney, Twentieth Century Fox Television Studio (including Fox 21), Sony Television, Lionsgate, Tornante, and Broadway Video among others.
Bento Box InteractiveEdit
Bento Box Interactive is an entertainment-based technology company launched in 2012 by Bento Box Entertainment. In October 2012, Bento Box Interactive partnered with Alicia Keys to create an education mobile application entitled "The Journals of Mama Mae and LeeLee" for iOS devices. The application tells the story of the relationship between a young New York City girl and her wise grandmother and features two original songs by Keys, "Follow the Moon" and "Unlock Yourself".
|Glove and Boots||2009–10||Disney Channel||co-production with Titmouse, Inc.|
|Neighbors from Hell||2010||TBS||co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, DreamWorks Television and MoonBoy Animation|
|Bob's Burgers||2011–present||FOX||co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, Wilo Productions and Buck & Millie Productions|
|Allen Gregory||2011||FOX||co-production with 20th Century Fox Television and Chernin Entertainment|
|Brickleberry||2012–15||Comedy Central||co-production with Fox 21, Damn! Show Productions and Black Heart Productions|
|Out There||2013||IFC||co-production with 20th Century Fox Television and Quincy Productions|
|Perfect Hair Forever||2014||Adult Swim||co-production with Williams Street; Episodes 8 and 9 only|
|Bordertown||2016||FOX||co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, Fuzzy Door Productions and Hentemann Films|
|Legends of Chamberlain Heights||2016–17||Comedy Central|
|The Who Was? Show||2018–present||Netflix||co-production with Penguin Random House, FremantleMedia and Matador Content|
|Moon and Me||2018||CBBC||First Sutikki production|
|The Pandas||TBA||co-production with Wumo|
|Paradise, P.D.||TBA||Netflix||co-production with Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment|
|The Blues Brothers||TBA|
|Murder Police||Unaired||FOX||co-production with 20th Century Fox Television; Pulled from schedule|
|Glove and Boots||2010–present||YouTube||Show originally a local production in New York from 2004 until 2006. Shorts also broadcast on Disney Channel from June 10, 2009 to March 15, 2010.|
|The Awesomes||2013–2015||Hulu||Hulu web-series, co production with Broadway Video and Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions|
|March 18, 2014||Achmed Saves America||direct-to-video; co-production with Levity Entertainment Group|
|January 20, 2015||Madea's Tough Love||direct-to-video; co-production with Lionsgate and Tyler Perry Studios|
- "New Animation Studio Opens in Atlanta". ajc.com. 2012-09-28.
- "Alicia Keys Launches New Animated App". Rap-Up.com. 2012-10-24. Retrieved 2012-12-01.
- "Alicia Keys Launches Interactive App for Kids | Music News". Rolling Stone. 2012-10-25. Retrieved 2012-12-01.
- "Bento Box Entertainment to Develop and Produce "The Blues Brothers" Primetime Animated Series". May 6, 2016.