Classic Looney Tunes Are Coming Back To Television
I used to wake up early every Saturday morning for one reason only. It was the only time cartoons were on TV. If you're anything like me, you will be so excited with this news! Looney Tunes are coming back to television and even better, in their original time slot.
Cartoon Network's Boomerang will air them in a new hour-long slot on Saturday and Sunday mornings, beginning Oct. 5 at 7 a.m. ET. The classic Looney Tunes hour will feature four shorts starring Bugs Bunny, two with Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, and two with Sylvester the Cat and Tweety Bird.
According to AV Club, Looney Tunes started in 1930 and ran through 1969, and ran in re-run til the early 1990's creating some of the most memorable characters in animated history.
Does the coyote ever catch the roadrunner? Do skunks and cats really look anything alike? Is Bugs Bunny a sociopath? And, most importantly, why doesn't Porky Pig wear pants.
Maybe we will get some answers finally!