I spent a chunk of my day at Nickelodeon, where a bunch of teevee series are chugging right along:
Ni Hao Kai Lan 20 episodes
Dora (the ever-popular explora) 20 episodes
Diego 20 episodes
Avatar (now wrapping up, maybe more at a later date?)
Fairly Odd Parents (a new round of 20 episodes ...)
The Mighty B 20 episodes
Tak 26 episodes
Fanboy 26 episodes
The studio has more artists busily working in offices and colorful cubicles than most, but many studios just now are not exactly bursting with activity.
Disney TVA is wrapping up some series and, at the moment, not launching new ones; Cartoon Network is at a low boil as it digests management changes in Atlanta; Universal Cartoon Studios has Curious George. Period. Starz Media and Fox Animation are laying off artists due to the writers strike.
From what I've gleaned from various sources is, studios appear to be reluctant to launch a bunch of new shows when the Screen Actors Guild could be going on strike in less than six months. The various congloms don't want to be stuck with a bunch of development that they can't get recorded by actors due to a possible job action.
So ... we might have a slow patch up ahead. Just saying.