Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 13 Seven Coolest Things About Cartoon Network Studios

Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 13 Seven Coolest Things About Cartoon Network Studios

Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 13 Seven Coolest Things About Cartoon Network Studios

In this week’s episode of Cartoon Network’s YouTube series – Cartoon Network This Week, Sam visits Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California to show viewers the seven coolest things about the animation studio. During his time at the studio, Sam enjoys free pancakes and cereal, checks out the studio’s very own video game arcade, meets up with Max, the voice of Baby Panda on We Bare Bears in the recording studio and plays ping-pong with Michaela Dietz, the voice of Amethyst on Steven Universe.

Also, in this week’s episode, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes executive producers – Ian Jones-Quartey and Toby Jones gives viewers a little insight into the first batch of twelve episodes from the show’s second season, in these twelve episodes, viewers will find out what happens to Lord Boxman and there’s going to be some special episodes with side-characters including KO’s brainy friend – Dendy and Red Action – a cyborg from the future who lives in the show’s present day.

Cartoon Network Studios has a tradition to make character piñatas from each show it produces, as well as show artwork which is on display in the corridors of the studio. At the studio, there’s a plaque commemorating the opening of the Cartoon Network Studios building by Joseph Barbera. Joseph Barbera was the co-owner of animation studio – Hanna-Barbera, which later became known as Cartoon Network Studios. Another CN Studios tradition is the graffiti stairwell, this where the crew from each show can leave their mark by drawing their own cartoon characters.

There’s no Rupert The Seal this week, he deserves a well-earned rest.

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