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Scooby-Doo and the gang are back for a modern version of the franchise that has been entertaining kids and adults for decades. In "Be Cool," Scooby and his friends -- Fred, Shaggy, Daphne and Velma -- hit the road in the Mystery Machine after high school ends to live it up one last summer before adulthood. But, as is to be expected, it's not all fun and games for the crew members, who must deal with monsters and mayhem along the way. Working together, they hope to solve any mystery that gets thrown at them.

Latest episodes

aired 448 days ago
A gremlin's bent on sabotaging a flight; the gang tries to solve the airborne mystery and deal with Daphne flying a plane.
aired 448 days ago
Fred becomes excited about visiting The Vault, a haunted high security prison that no convict has ever escaped from.
aired 449 days ago
Scooby and the gang must spend a night in a creepy mansion with a wealthy-man's kooky relatives and a spooky phantom.
aired 449 days ago
Daphne's dream of meeting extraterrestrial life becomes a nightmare when the gang gets caught up in the mystery of an alien monster.
aired 450 days ago
When an artificial intelligence takes over the building of a trendy tech company, the gang must solve the computerized mystery.
aired 450 days ago
When Shaggy and Scooby's favorite chef opens his own restaurant, a monstrous yeti threatens the opening night.
aired 451 days ago
The gang pretends to be a rock band to solve the mystery of a ghostly performer haunting her former venue.
aired 451 days ago
Party like It's 1899.
aired 452 days ago
To solve the mystery of a creepy Crystal Crawler, the gang must venture into the Crystal Canopy.
aired 452 days ago
Fred switches places with the tour guide at a history museum to give him a chance to lead the gang in solving a mystery.
aired 453 days ago
Shaggy takes the gang to the Minor League Baseball stadium of his youth only to learn that it's about to be shut down because a ghostly baseball player is scaring away the fans.
aired 453 days ago
The gang visits the set of Scooby's favorite TV show and he meets a dog actress who plays a detective on the screen.
aired 454 days ago
The gang climbs aboard the cruise ship run by Fred's cousin despite Velma's strong dislike of water.
aired 454 days ago
Fred gets a call for help from Chuck, his daredevil of a best friend, leading the gang on a rescue mission deep in the caverns of an ancient civilization.
aired 455 days ago
Velma has an interview at the prestigious Kingston University; the only problem is, the dean wants the gang to solve the mystery of the ghost of the school founder.
aired 455 days ago
Daphne takes the gang to Ireland to visit the ancient Blake estate, but an angry giant makes them reconsider how wonderful the myths and legends are.
aired 456 days ago
A snow monster scares tourists at a ski resort; Daphne plots revenge.
aired 456 days ago
A swamp monster is scaring people in New Orleans.
aired 457 days ago
The gang investigates a frightening sorcerer haunting a snack factory; Shaggy and Scooby discover their new favorite food.
aired 518 days ago
Fred is ready to solve a Christmas mystery, but the gang finds itself in a town being attacked by a pterodactyl.

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