Further Details About The New Powerpuff Girls Series Has Been Announced

New Powerpuff Girls Actresses

Over the last couple of days (08/06/2015 – 09/06/2015), more details about the new upcoming The Powerpuff Girls series revival has been revealed. It has emerged that there will be slight changed to character designs compared to the original but not as drastic as the Dance Pantsed special that aired last year on Cartoon Network feeds worldwide. The series, due to be broadcast on Cartoon Network next year, will have three new voice actresses for Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, Amanda Leighton, Kristen Li and Natalie Palamides respectively, replacing Cathy Cavadini, Tara Strong and E.G. Daily. Despite these changes, Tom Kenny will reprise his role as the show’s Narrator and Mayor. The show’s creator, Craig McCracken will have no involvement in the production, the series will be executive produced by Nick Jennings, who won an Emmy for his work on Adventure Time, and Bob Boyle creator of Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! will also co-executive produce. It was already announced that a licensing deal with Spin Master for Powerpuff Girls merchandise was agreed back in February this year.

Videos of the new voice actresses for Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup:


Cartoon Network To Revive Ben 10 Franchise

Ben 10 Image

Today (08/06/2015), it was announced that Cartoon Network is going to give the popular Ben 10 franchise a new lease of life. The Ben 10 series first started back in 2006, the underlying story of the whole series is about the adventures of Ben Tennyson, a ten-year-old boy who discovers an alien device known as the Omnitrix that gives him the power to change into various aliens. Cartoon Network Studios has confirmed that it will produce the new series, which will debut on international Cartoon Network feeds in Autumn 2016 and in North America in 2017. Man of Action, the original production team behind the series, will continue their role as executive producer and John Fang will be supervising producer. The Ben 10 franchise has generated $4.5 billion in merchandise sales for Cartoon Network around the world.

Rob Sorcher, Cartoon Network’s chief content officer, made this statement about the revival of the Ben 10 franchise:

“Ben 10 is a worldwide phenomenon for 10 years running, with more than 230 TV episodes produced. There hasn’t been an original production since 2012, but the overall popularity of the character has continued on. This demand from audiences around the world is the driving spark behind the relaunch. So we are creating this iteration for an entirely new generation of kids.”


Cartoon Network And Boomerang Australia June 2015 Highlights

According to Foxtel’s Community blog, here’s Cartoon Network and Boomerang Australia’s highlights for this month:

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Season 4 on Cartoon Network starts 8th June at 3.30pm,
Teen Titans GO! (new episodes) – Cartoon Network, 1st June onwards at 4pm
Ben 10: Omniverse (new episodes) – Cartoon Network, 1st June onwards at 7.25pm
Inspector Gadget (new episodes) Boomerang, 1st June onwards at 4.30pm
Barbie In Princess Power (movie premiere) – Boomerang, 7th June
Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map! (movie premiere) – Boomerang, 27th June