This weekend (27/06/2015 – 28/06/2015), Boomerang UK and Ireland will be having a Looney Tunes marathon between 10am to 9pm, including various shorts of Looney Tunes characters (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester and Tweety, Speedy Gonzales, Pepe Le Pew etc.) and episodes of The Looney Tunes show.
The marathon will also feature the following movies:
Daffy Duck’s Movie: Fantastic Island: Saturday 27th June at 5pm. Bugs Bunny’s: 1001 Rabbit Tales: Sunday 28th June at 5pm. Daffy Duck’s Quackbusters: Saturday 27th June at 5pm and Sunday 28th June at 10am.
Escandalosos (We Bare Bears), premieres on Monday 24th August at 6.15pm (Colombia Time), 6.45pm (Venezuela Time) and 8.15pm (Argentina/Mexico Time).
Pokémon the Series XY: Kalos Quest (Season 18) airs Monday to Thursday from 3rd August at 2pm (Colombia Time), 2.30pm (Venezuela Time), 4pm (Mexico Time) and 4.15pm (Argentina Time).
The Cine Cartoon block in August will feature three new movies:
Max Steel: Maximus Morphos: Sunday 2nd August at 6pm (Colombia Time), 6.30pm (Venezuela Time) and 8pm (Argentina/Mexico Time). Pokémon: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction: Sunday 2nd August at 7pm (Colombia Time), 7.30pm (Venezuela Time) and 9pm (Argentina/Mexico Time). How To Train Your Dragon: Friday 21st August at 7pm (Colombia Time), 7.30pm (Venezuela Time) and 9pm (Argentina/Mexico Time).
During August there will also be new episodes for the following shows: The Amazing World of Gumball, Cuentos Espantosos para Niños Caprichosos (Haunted Tales for Wicked Kids), Teen Titans Go! and Sonic Boom.
Cartoon Network Brazil
Ursos Sem Curso (We Bare Bears), premieres on Monday 24th August at 8.15pm every Monday.
The Amazing World of Gumball: 3rd August every Monday at 8.30pm.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise: Saturday 29th August at 1pm.
Pokémon the Series XY: Kalos Quest (Season 18) airs Monday to Thursday from 3rd August at 4pm.
Max Steel: Maximus Morphos: Sunday 2nd August at 8pm. Teen Titans: Mission Tokyo: Tuesday 4th August at 8pm.
Pokémon: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction: Sunday 2nd August at 9pm. How To Train Your Dragon: Friday 21st August at 8pm.
The popular Japanese anime series – Yo-Kai Watch – will premiere on the Toonami Asia channel this weekend and new episodes will air every Saturday and Sunday at 10.15am (Hong Kong/Singapore Time) as part of the Anime Siege programming block.
Turner Asia-Pacific has acquired 65 half-hour episodes of Yo-Kai Watch and will be available exclusively in most countries that receive Toonami Asia. Made by Dentsu in Japan, the anime is about a boy who discovers a magical watch that introduces him to a group of creatures called Yo-kai, he teams up with these creatures to battle the other troublesome Yo-kai in the town where he lives.
Mark Eyers, chief content officer and VP—Network, Kids at Turner International Asia Pacific made this statement about the new show:
“Yo-Kai Watch is the perfect complement to Toonami’s dynamic anime lineup. We’ve seen kids in North Asia react so positively to this unique series with its eccentric and surprising characters—and uplifting music. In both Japan and Korea, the franchise’s success has extended way beyond the screen to become a genuine phenomenon loved by both kids and families. We can’t wait to see Yo-Kai Watch enthrall Toonami’s audiences in South and Southeast Asia.”