If we were already more than happy with the news that "Animaniacs" returns to the screens, now with the news about two completely new seasons of "Tiny Toons", we are screaming with excitement.
It seems that the animated series of 90’s continue to be successful, because after the great acceptance received by the "Animaniacs" and "Pinky and the Brain", the "Tiny Toons" arrive once again on the small screen, for people who may not remember or are really too young to know it, "Tiny Toon" shows the adventures of a new generation of Looney Tunes, commanded by the rabbits Buster and Babsy, who attend ACME Looniversity, where Bugs and company teach them tricks and humor from the classic animated series.
And it is that, recently, important media in the United States, reported that the streaming service HBO Max and the cable channel Cartoon Network, both part of the WarnerMedia family, have approved the making of "Tiny Toons Looniversity", a reboot of the original series that ran episodes between 1990 and 1992, in its time of the best entertainment pieces.
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Although, the only thing that is known with certainty is that it will be a series with half-hour episodes and the completion of two seasons of this new story is already confirmed.
According to the statement, "Babs, Buster Bunny and the rest of the funny gang will continue their comedic ambitions towards Acme Looniversity, the esteemed institution of higher prank education, where young dreamers become professional toons", we can imagine what so peculiar and funny adventures we will live.
Along the way, they will study under the tutelage of "the greatest animated characters", which will involve the participation of the most iconic Looney Tunes, such as Bugs Bunny, Lucas, Tazz and the entire incredible and comical gang.
That's right, the plot will revolve around the endearing characters attending "Acme Looniversity", a school whose faculty consists of classic Warner Bros. cartoons, such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky, Sylvester Cat , the Coyote and Grumpy Elmer, in the series, the university is founded to teach cartoon characters how to make themselves even funnier.
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The series will be produced by Warner Bros Animation in conjunction with Amblin Television, and of course, Spielberg cannot be absent as executive producer again, likewise, we also know that comedian Erin Gibson will be the showrunner.
Recall that the first chapter of the animated series aired on September 14, 1990, ending on May 28, 1995, was created by Tom Ruegger and produced by Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, production began as a result of the reinstatement of a Warner Bros animation studio in 1989, after a decade of inactivity.
The show had a total of 6 seasons, a movie and two specials, in addition to doing a couple of crossovers with “Animaniacs” and now we can have the opportunity to see the episodes on open television again.
In his time, Steven Spielberg's main idea was to revamp the Looney Tunes for audiences in the late 20th century; However, instead of working with the already established characters, it was decided to create a new cast that shared traits with the classics, although these new characters with their own unique essence.
Although, the "Tiny Toon" came to address complex and sometimes dark issues for a children's program, such as death, alcoholism, violence and censorship, trying to criticize and teach a lesson, while entertaining children, this, at the time when said material was released, caused great controversy among the parents of the children who watched the cartoon.