Looney Tunes

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  • 2007
  • 23 Seasons

Looney Tunes is an animated comedy series that was produced by Warner Bros. and features an ensemble cast of beloved cartoon characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Sylvester, Porky Pig, and many more. The show first premiered in 1930 and has since become an iconic and enduring part of American pop culture.

The series was rebooted in 2015 and features an updated animation style and voice cast. Ian James Corlett voices Bugs Bunny, while Brian Drummond provides the voice for the iconic Looney Tunes character Daffy Duck. June Foray lends her voice to Granny, the elderly grandmother of Tweety, while Samuel Vincent voices the mischievous and cunning Sylvester the Cat.

Janyse Jaud voices the popular character of Lola Bunny, while Chiara Zanni provides the voices for various other characters such as Petunia Pig and Squeaks the Squirrel. Terry Klassen voices Porky Pig, the stuttering but lovable pig who is always trying to do his best. Britt McKillip voices the sunny and energetic Cindy Bear, while Samuel Vincent also voices the hapless and clueless Elmer Fudd.

The show's episodes are typically short cartoons, ranging from anywhere between 2 to 11 minutes in length. They usually follow a simple and straightforward storytelling structure, with a conflict arising between characters and culminating in a humorous resolution. The humor in Looney Tunes is often slapstick and relies heavily on physical comedy.

Despite its simplistic structure, the show has endured for decades and continues to be a beloved part of many people's childhoods. Its characters have become cultural icons and the show has been referenced and parodied in numerous other forms of media, from movies to music videos.

One distinct characteristic of Looney Tunes is the use of classical music in the soundtrack. Many episodes feature music by composers such as Johann Strauss II, Gioachino Rossini, and Carl Stalling. The use of classical music not only adds a sophisticated touch to the show but also enhances the comedic effect of the on-screen visuals.

Overall, Looney Tunes is an excellent show for children and adults alike. Its timeless humor and iconic characters ensure that it will continue to be a cherished part of American pop culture for generations to come.

Looney Tunes is a series that is currently running and has 23 seasons (382 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2007.

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A Bird in a Bonnet
10. A Bird in a Bonnet
January 1, 1958
Tweety and Sylvester get up to mischief when Tweety takes up residence in Granny's hat, and Sylvester is determined to get Tweety.
Knighty Knight Bugs
7. Knighty Knight Bugs
January 1, 1958
Bugs is a hapless court jester who sneaks into the villain's castle while Black Knight Sam is snoozing. Bugs makes off with the sword with Sam chasing him the whole way.
Whoa, Be-Gone!
6. Whoa, Be-Gone!
January 1, 1958
Wile E. Coyote tries a variety of traps to catch the Road Runner, including rockets, explosives, and even tornadoes.
Hare-Way to the Stars
5. Hare-Way to the Stars
January 1, 1958
Suffering from a rabbit-hangover Bugs accidentally climbs onto a rocket ship parked directly over his hole. He's taken to Marvin the Martian's home where he steals explosives Marvin was planning to use to blow up the Earth.
Robin Hood Daffy
4. Robin Hood Daffy
January 1, 1958
A Merrie Melodies' version of Robin Hood. Daffy attempts to convince Porky, as Friar Tuck, that he really is Robin Hood.
Where to Watch Looney Tunes
Looney Tunes is available for streaming on the Warner Bros. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Looney Tunes on demand at Max, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu and Google Play.
  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2007