Storyboard For Final Episode Of New Looney Tunes Finished

Storyboard For Final Episode Of New Looney Tunes Finished

Storyboard For Final Episode Of New Looney Tunes Finished

Andrew Dickman, who works as a storyboard writer on Warner Bros. Animation’s New Looney Tunes (formerly known as Wabbit or Bugs! in some countries) has announced on Twitter that the storyboard for the show’s final episode has been completed. It’s likely that season three will be the show’s final season.

Not to worry, there’s still a long time left before the final episode airs because the Boomerang USA streaming service are still adding new episodes from season one, with the last batch of new episodes added onto the service on 21st December last year. Animation can be a very lengthy process, so there’s still a while until this incarnation of Bugs Bunny and Co’s adventures comes to an end.

Special thanks to TV Shows Fan from the ToonZone Forums for the information:

https://twitter.com/TVShowsFan

https://www.boomerang.com/watch/32/1

TruTV Asia Samurai Jack Season 5 Premieres 2nd June

TruTV Asia Samurai Jack Season 5 Premieres 2nd June

TruTV Asia Samurai Jack Season 5 Premieres 2nd June

TruTV Asia will premiere season 5 of Samurai Jack on Friday 2nd June, with new episodes airing every Friday at 11.45pm Singapore Time/10.45pm Jakarta Time. The events in season five take place fifty years after the events of season 4. With all the known time portals destroyed, Jack is stuck in the future and has lost all hope of trying to get back to his own time, Jack eventually forms an unlikely alliance with a former enemy, finds his sword and prepares to defeat Aku – the shapeshifting master of darkness for one final time.

Samurai Jack season 5 is produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Williams Street for Adult Swim. The show’s creator, Genndy Tartakovsky returned to Cartoon Network Studios to write and direct the final season. Season five has a mature tone compared to the previous child-friendly seasons that aired on Cartoon Network.

Toonami Asia promoted the new season on their Twitter account, Samurai Jack season five would have been a good fit for Toonami Asia, but international versions of Toonami are more suited to younger audiences compared to the American programming block of the same name, so instead, its airing on TruTV Asia which is also owned by Toonami’s owners – Turner. In the UK and Ireland, Samurai Jack airs on FOX’s Adult Swim block every Thursday night at midnight (less than a week after the U.S. premiere) and in Latin America, Samurai Jack premiered on Turner-owned I.Sat this month.

The final episode of Samurai Jack will premiere on Adult Swim USA’s Toonami programming block this Saturday at 11pm ET/PT, the penultimate episode will air on FOX UK tomorrow night (18/05/2017) at midnight (technically Friday morning at 12am).

http://www.toonamiasia.com/

https://www.facebook.com/truTVAsia/

Cartoon Network USA A Regular Show Epic Final Battle Premieres Tonight

Cartoon Network USA A Regular Show Epic Final Battle Premieres Tonight

Cartoon Network USA A Regular Show Epic Final Battle Premieres Tonight

After six years of being an animated series, Regular Show will conclude, culminating in one big programming event tonight (16/01/2017) from 6pm (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network USA. Who will win the epic battle between Pops and Anti-Pops? Will Anti-Pops be destroyed by Pops’s kindness or will Anti-Pops physically and emotionally destroy Pops? Also it’s important to mention that the whole universe is at stake.

Who will emerge victorious? How will Mordecai and Rigby help? You’ll have to watch it to find out, it’s the final episode every Regular Show fan has been and hasn’t been (because it’s the very end of the show) waiting for. In the run-up to the final episode, Cartoon Network USA has been uploading some sneak peeks onto YouTube.

Cheer Up Pops: Mordecai and Rigby do a rap to cheer up Pops before his battle.

A Regular Show Epic Final Battle: Pops has a strange dream about Anti-Pops and what it holds for the future battle.

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/regularshow/