DC Super Hero Girls Series Premieres On Cartoon Network USA In 2018

DC Super Hero Girls Series Premieres On Cartoon Network USA In 2018

DC Super Hero Girls Series Premieres On Cartoon Network USA In 2018

Cartoon Network USA will be airing a brand new animated series in 2018 from Warner Bros. Animation called DC Super Hero Girls. The brand new animated show originates from a YouTube short animation series which started in 2015 and is also based on the DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High special which aired on Boomerang USA in March last year and on Boomerang UK last May.

DC Super Hero Girls, which follows not-so-typical teenagers Diana, Kara and Barbara better known by their superhero names Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl attend a school just for superheroes. While not in class, they’re busy protecting the city of Metropolis from some of the most fearsome school-aged supervillians of the DC Comics Universe. Being a young superhero is not easy, especially as they have to balance their time between a social life, their families, their studies and saving the city. Other characters from the DC Comics universe featured in the show include Bumblebee, Zatanna, Jessica Cruz (Green Lantern), Katana and Harley Quinn.

Emmy award–winning producer Lauren Faust will be working on the show as a producer, character designer and storywriter. Lauren Faust is known for her work on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls (original version) and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends). Sam Register – the president of Warner Bros’ Animation will be working on the show’s production team as executive producer.

Cartoon Network has been closing the gender gap on their channel lately in an attempt to attract more girls with new shows such as Unikitty! from Lego and Warner Bros. Animation and the reboot of Cartoon Network’s very own The Powerpuff Girls last year. At present, Cartoon Network is considered to be a boy-focused but girl-inclusive channel.



Villainous Shorts Now On Cartoon Network Latin America YouTube Channel

Villainous Shorts Now On Cartoon Network Latin America YouTube Channel

Villainous Shorts Now On Cartoon Network Latin America YouTube Channel

Cartoon Network Latin America has uploaded the Spanish dubbed version of their new short-form series – Villainous with all of the shorts combined into one six-minute video. Created by Alan Ituriel, the show is a series of animated shorts about an evil organisation called “The Black Cat Organisation”. The organisation is led by a character named Black Hat, an elegant, cunning and wicked man. The organisation’s scientist is Dr. Flug, who has a tendency to get nervous and wears a paper bag on his head. Black Hat’s assistant is Demencia, who loves to recklessly destroy things for fun. Last but not least, there’s 5.0.5, a failed experiment by Dr. Flug, an adorable teddy bear-like creature and is the complete opposite of being evil.

The shorts are also airing on Cartoon Network Latin America during advertising breaks and can also be viewed on the Cartoon Network Anything mobile app.

More information about Villainous on the link below:


Time stamp list for each short in the video compilation (with approximate English titles):

0:00 La percepción del Mal (The Perception of Evil)
0:59 Helado de Miedo (Ice Cream of Fear)
1:12 Más grande, más malo (Bigger, Worse)
2:11 Chirrido (Squeak)
2:26 Horriblemente pesado (Horribly Heavy)
3:24 Vistiendo la Maldad (Wearing Evil)
3:37 Seguridad mala (Bad Security)
4:37 El Retrato del Mal (The Portrait of Evil)
4:51 Esculpiendo maldad (Sculpting Evil)
5:49 La nota de la Destrucción (The Note of Destruction)


Four New Animated Shows Coming Soon To TBS

Four New Animated Shows Coming Soon To TBS

Four New Animated Shows Coming Soon To TBS

Turner’s general entertainment channel in the United States – TBS has uploaded a 2017 preview of their upcoming programming yesterday coinciding with the Turner Upfront 2017 event in New York. During the next year or so (and alongside their live-action programming), TBS will premiere four new animated shows, The Cops, Close Enough, Tarantula and Final Space.

The Cops is an animated show starring and co-created by Louis C.K. and Albert Brooks. The Cops follows the lives of two Los Angeles patrolmen named Al (voiced by Albert Brooks) and Lou (voiced by Louis C.K.), both cops try their hardest to protect and serve in one of the largest cities in the world. The Cops is produced by FX Productions, Louis C.K.’s Pig Newton and Turner’s Studio T, the show is slated to premiere in 2018.

Close Enough is a brand new show from the creator of Cartoon Network’s Emmy award-winning Regular Show and creative director of The Marvellous Misadventures of Flapjack – J.G. Quintel. Close Enough is a surreal animated series about the life of a married couple transitioning into their thirties, handling parenthood, friendship, ham theft, stripper clowns and choosing the right day care. Initially, 13 episodes have been ordered by TBS. The animated series is produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Studio T. The show features J.G. Quintel’s recognisable art style, which was used on Regular Show. The show is slated to premiere in 2018.


Tarantula is an animated dark comedy created by Carson Mell, the show is about people living in a seedy hotel. The show is based on a series of animated shorts that can be viewed on Carson Mell’s YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvE6-grSwjw97E93FvrDPyw

Final Space, is an interstellar animated comedy created by independent filmmaker, actor, comedian and entrepreneur Olan Rogers. The series follows an astronaut named Gary Space and his alien friend, Mooncake, both go on an intergalactic adventure to solve the mystery of “Final Space”, in other words the end of the universe. Talkshow host Conan O’Brien is also an executive producer on the show.

Final Space Pilot Episode on Olan Rogers’ YouTube Channel

Video of TBS’s 2017-2018 Upfront, skip to 2:48 for the animation part of the upfront: