There has been breaking news regarding the classic 90s Cartoon Series Tiny Toons and Genndy Tartakovsky’s newest animated series Unicorn Warriors: Eternal, according to Variety, two new animated shows have been picked up by Cartoon Network and Warner Media’s Streaming Service HBO Max. Here is what we know so far about the new two new shows:
The new series is titled “Tiny Toons Loonversity.” The half-hour animated show will feature characters from the original series, which aired from 1990-1992. The show has received a two-season order, with Steven Spielberg attached to return as an executive producer. Erin Gibson will serve as showrunner and co-executive producer, while Nate Cash will also co-executive produce. Sam Register, president of Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios, will also executive produce along with Amblin Television co-presidents Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank
“Tiny Toons Looniversity” is produced by Amblin Television in association with Warner Bros. Animation. Clint LaVign, vice president of television at Amblin Television, and Audrey Diehl, senior vice president of series at Warner Bros. Animation, will oversee the day-to-day creative affairs of the series.
Inspired by myths and lore from across the world, the show will follow a team of ancient teen heroes as they work together to protect the world from an unforeseen omen.
Throughout history, unicorns have symbolized the virtuous, appearing to ensure that goodness reigns. When the reawakening of our heroes comes too early, they find themselves in the bodies of teenagers. Damaged as a result, their memories of who they are and the history of the unicorn over the centuries have been lost, with some of their magical abilities weakened and fragmented. Not only do they have to protect the world against the prevailing darkness, but they also have to do it while navigating the unexpected laughs and humor that come with teen angst and emotions.
Produced by Cartoon Network Studios, “Unicorn: Warriors Eternal” is currently in production for HBO Max and Cartoon Network. For more information on this event, head over to Variety. Information was provided by Variety, Images were provided by WarnerMedia, Cartoon Network, and HBO Max.
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