Bugs Bunny -- the famous "wascally wabbit" -- is back, along with other classic Looney Tunes favorites, in these new comedic shorts featuring the iconic characters. As in the past, Bugs matches wits against familiar foes, like Yosemite Sam and Wile E. Coyote, in addition to new enemies. The popular rabbit gets help along the way from new friends, including Bigfoot and a squirrel named Squeaks. Although the cartoons are new, the wackiness is familiar to viewers who are used to the classic days of Bugs and his friends.
Clarence is a spirited boy who sees the best in everything. His unique perspective on life transforms even a mundane situation into one that is interesting or fun. Epic dirt fights, awkward crushes and secret tree forts are all par for the course for the youngster, who shares his experiences with his family and friends. That group includes his best friends, scrappy Sumo and cautious Jeff, patient mom Mary, and her laid-back boyfriend, Chad. Clarence's adventures should be familiar to many people from their own childhoods, but he takes them to the limit.
Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the rest of the "Looney Tunes" characters are back with more adventures for a new generation of viewers. The animated series features roommates Bugs and Daffy moving out of the woods and into the suburbs, interacting with their neighbors, who happen to be other "Looney Tunes" favorites -- including Sylvester, Tweety, Porky Pig and Foghorn Leghorn. Also featured in the series are CGI Wile E. Coyote-Road Runner shorts and "Merrie Melodies" music videos.
Mickey Mouse may have been on a steamboat in one of his first animated shorts back in the 1920s, but his mode of transportation has been upgraded to a roadster in this series. Mickey and his friends participate in high-speed races in their hometown, Hot Dog Hills, and around the world in vehicles that can transform. The familiar names joining Mickey on the track are Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and Pluto. Off the track, Minnie and Daisy are busy running a business with which they solve problems for people in need. A number of celebrities -- including real-life race car drivers Jimmie Johnson, Danica Patrick and Jeff Gordon -- lend their voices to the series in guest-starring roles.