The Looney Tunes Show

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This article is about the 2011 animated series. For the 2001 anthology series, see The Looney Tunes Show (2001 TV series).
The Looney Tunes Show
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Created by Spike Brandt
Tony Cervone
Sam Register
Network Cartoon Network
Production company Warner Bros Animation
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original release May 3, 2011
Starring Jeff Bergman
Kristen Wiig
Fred Armisen
Executive producer(s) Sam Register
Producer(s) Matt Danner
Hugh Davidson
Rachel Ramras
Music composed by Andy Sturmer
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The Looney Tunes Show is an American animated television series produced by Warner Bros Animation. It is the twelfth Looney Tunes series based on the theatrical shorts that ran from 1930 to 1969 in the golden age of animation. It ran from 2011 to 2014, spanning 52 episodes across two seasons.

Presented as a modernized 21st century sitcom, it centers on Bugs Bunny as he lives in a suburban home alongside his roommate Daffy Duck, their neighbors Porky Pig, Yosemite Sam, Lola Bunny, and an extended cast of others. The episodes generally focus on Bugs and the cast dealing with ordinary issues along the way, some of which are caused by Daffy's rather bad lifestyle.

The series would also bring back Merrie Melodies as well as air Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote shorts in between episode but the latter was fizzled out in season two.

The series would be followed by a loose sequel direct to video film titled Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run in 2015.



The series began life as Laff Riot, an unaired pilot made in 2009, which would be the last time Joe Alaskey would voice Daffy Duck before passing away in 2016. He would be replaced by Jeff Bergman in the actual series.


The theme song "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" was carried over from the theatrical shorts, originally composed by Carl Stalling and rearranged by Andy Sturmer.


Title Original air date
1x01 May 3, 2011
1x02 May 10, 2011
1x03 May 17, 2011
1x04 May 24, 2011
1x05 May 31, 2011
1x06 June 7, 2011
1x07 June 14, 2011
1x08 June 21, 2011
1x09 June 28, 2011
1x10 July 5, 2011
1x11 July 12, 2011
1x12 July 19, 2011
1x13 July 26, 2011
1x14 August 23, 2011
1x15 August 30, 2011
1x16 September 6, 2011
1x17 September 13, 2011
1x18 September 20, 2011
1x19 October 25, 2011
1x20 November 1, 2011
1x21 November 8, 2011
1x22 November 15, 2011
1x23 November 22, 2011
1x24 January 24, 2012
1x25 January 31, 2012
1x26 February 7, 2012
2x01 October 2, 2012
2x02 October 9, 2012
2x03 October 12, 2012
2x04 October 23, 2012
2x05 October 30, 2012
2x06 November 6, 2012
2x07 November 13, 2012
2x08 November 20, 2012
2x09 November 27, 2011
2x10 December 6, 2012
2x11 January 22, 2013
2x12 January 29, 2013
2x13 February 5, 2012
2x14 February 12, 2013
2x15 April 23, 2013
2x16 April 30, 2013
2x17 May 7, 2013
2x18 May 14, 2013
2x19 May 21, 2013
2x20 June 25, 2013
2x21 July 23, 2013
2x22 July 30, 2013
2x23 August 13, 2013
2x24 August 20, 2013
2x25 August 27, 2013
2x26 August 31, 2014

"Season of the Turtle" and "Sit Down" are also part of the Merrie Melodies series but were not packaged with any episode.


Title Number Original air date
Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run 1 August 4, 2015



Premiere dates are in order of release:





As mentioned above, the series was followed by a direct to DVD film called Looney Tunes Rabbits Run, serving as an informal finale to the series.