Fatherly: Looney Toons features inarguably some of the most recognised cartoon characters of all time. And while their heyday as supremely relevant fixtures in pop culture has come and gone, Warner Bros. Animation knows that people still love them. Which is why it’s bringing them back with a series of new shorts called Looney Tunes Cartoons in 2019. And the best part? There’s no need to purchase another streaming service. The series will air in various television and internet forums.
While various streaming platforms are slated to reboot classic television shows like She-Ra (Netflix) and The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (Amazon Prime) using a traditional 20 minute-ish storytelling format, the new Looney Tunes is opting instead for a series of shorts, each dedicated to a hallmark character just doing their thing. Though we don’t know exactly how many episodes to expect, they’ll run anywhere from one to six minutes in length and the entire series will consist of 1,000 minutes of content.