A reboot of the 1990’s classic animated series, Tiny Toons, has recently been announced for the online streaming service providing platform of HBO, HBO Max along with a first look image of the new show. Warner Bros and Amblin Entertainment‘s legendary Tiny Toon Adventures, which first invaded the television back in the year 1990 and starred many loony and adorable characters, including Plucky Duck, Babs, and Buster, and Hamton J. Pig.
It was initially conceived as a teenage micro-version of the classic Warner Looney Tunes like Bugs and Daffy, and the Tiny Toons would very quickly climb out of the shadow of their predecessors, becoming the pop culture icons of the 1990ss, in their own right.
A news coming from Amblin Entertainment, revealed directly that the new show is going to be aired on HBO Max. The show is being called Tiny Toons Looniversity receiving a two-season, straight to series order right out of the gate.
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The very much loved teen toons will be returning to their esteemed institution of higher hijinx learning under the tutelage of their legendary professors in a furthered pursuit of that fabled Toon Degree.
Tiny Toon Adventures previously ran for three seasons and even had two minor spinoffs. The first was The Plucky Duck Show in the year 1992, which were mostly Plucky-centred, rerun episodes of Tiny Toons. The second season came in the year 1998 with Pinky, Elmyra, & The Brain.
Running for just 13 episodes, the show joined the young, dim-witted, female homage to Elmer Fudd with the two scheming lab mice from Warner Bros’ other famed series, Animaniacs. The now newly announced reboot will be the first original program featuring the principal Tiny Toons characters in nearly 30 years.
Tim McKeon is attached to the show as showrunner of “Unlimited Squirrels!” and will co-write with Willems. Willems is also an executive producer with Silverman and Jay Judah.
Mr Warburton and Willems co-wrote the script for “Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Rock Special” with the original tunes by Willems and composer Deborah Wicks La Puma. Willems will be executively producing alongside Silverman and Judah, with OddBot Animation Studios serving as animation house.
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The half-hour animated show will be featuring characters from the original series, which aired from the years 1990-1992. The show has recently received a two-season order, with Steven Spielberg attached to return as an executive producer.