Tiny Toons Looniversity, the teaser trailer of the animated series due out in the fall

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The first official teaser trailer for Tiny Toons Looniversity, the animated series expected for next fall. It is a project that has been in the works since 2020, and involves Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation.

According to some rumors, two seasons have already been ordered for this highly anticipated cartoon made by Cartoon Network.
Just Cartoon Network has released in the past few hours the video that anticipates what we will see. A succulent taste for all those who couldn’t wait to enjoy a nice revival of the 90s cartoon on Looney Tunes characters.

You can watch the first teaser trailer of Tiny Toons Looniversity in the video that you find above, at the head of this article.

The protagonists are the characters of the new generation of Looney Tunes

The episodes of Tiny Toons Looniversity will tell the exciting adventures of the characters of the new generation of Looney Tunes. The latter find themselves following lessons in a university college. And who will be among the teachers and leading figures of the school? Nothing less than the legendary Daffy Duck and Wile E. Coyote, i.e. the characters belonging to the older generation of the great Looney Tunes family.

It seems that two seasons have already been ordered

Even if for now there is no official news about it, some rumors that are circulating on the net claim that two seasons have already been ordered for the cartoon.
Instead it doesn’t look like a at all rumor the fact that among the executive producers there is one of the greatest big names in the history of cinema, namely Steven Spielberg.
The acclaimed filmmaker is expected to work with Warner Bros. Animation, Cartoon Network Studios and its president Sam Register, as well as Amblin Television co-president Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank.
The validity of the news relating to the presence of Spielberg is very probable, given that Amblin Entertainment is the film and television production company founded by the American director to whom we owe The shark (just to name one in the filmography of this sacred monster of the seventh art), together with producer Kathleen Kennedy and producer Frank Marshall in 1981.

Just open the Amblin site to understand how much Steven Spielberg is part of this world: you will notice that the logo that appears at the top, next to the name of the page on the browser, is the symbol of the most indelible scene in the history of cinema, namely Elliot he flies in the sky riding his bicycle carrying the extra-terrestrial ET in the basket. The bike flying scene is rated by Empire as the most magical ever made, and still today it is the logo of Amblin Entertainment, which considers that sequence a real flagship.

Returning to Tiny Toons LooniversityErin Gibson will serve as showrunner and producer along with Nate Cash, who previously worked on Adventure Time.

Find the teaser trailer of Tiny Toons Looniversity in the video at the top of the article.