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CN Reveals 19 New Shows, "Secret Saturdays" Game

Turner Broadcasting System's Cartoon Network recently announced expanded programming, including seven new animated series, four original movies and more.The network is working on the following new comedy and action-adventure animated series:"Adventur

April 6, 2018

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Turner Broadcasting System's Cartoon Network recently announced expanded programming, including seven new animated series, four original movies and more.

The network is working on the following new comedy and action-adventure animated series:

  • "Adventure Time with Finn and Jake" from Cartoon Network Studios, created by Pendleton Ward

  • "Stoked" from Cake Distribution and Fresh Animation, created by Jennifer Pertsch and Tom McGillis ("Total Drama Island")

  • "Total Action Drama" from Cake Distribution and Fresh Animation

  • "Ben 10: Evolutions" (working title) from Cartoon Network Studios

  • "Sym-Bionic Titan" created by Genndy Tartakovsky ("Dexter's Laboratory," "Samurai Jack")

  • "Generator Rex" from Man of Action, creators of "Ben 10"

  • "Scooby-Doo - Mystery, Inc." produced by Warner Bros. Animation

Cartoon Network is also in development on several alternative live-action series, such as "The Othersiders," "Survive This," "Destroy Build Destroy," "Head Rush" (working title), "Dude, What Would Happen" and "Bobb'e Says." New live-action and animated original movies are also in the works including "Ben 10: Alien Swam," "Scooby Doo! The Mystery Begins," "Firebreather" and "Tiger's Apprentice," as well as two scripted live-action pilots, "Unnatural History" and "Prepped," both working titles.

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars," "Chowder," "The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack," "The Secret Saturdays" and "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" are all expected to return to the network.

In other news, Cartoon Network action-adventure series "The Secret Saturdays" will get its first video game in a new deal with D3Publisher. The game for consoles and handhelds is expected to hit stores in fourth quarter of this year.

"We have built a great partnership with D3Publisher with the Ben 10 interactive franchise and look forward to similar joint success with The Secret Saturdays," says Christina Miller, vice president of Cartoon Network Enterprises. "D3 is a publisher that has proven they know how to turn a Cartoon Network fan favorite into a video game fan favorite, and this title will be a key part of the brand's product launch this fall."

"The Secret Saturdays" debuted on Cartoon Network in October 2008 on the network's fantasy/adventure block on Friday nights.

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