Cartoon Network Announces Premiere Date For ‘Justice League Action’ Series
Another DC animated series is set to air on television as Cartoon Network confirms the release date for “Justice League Action”. After keeping fans on their toes with the release of an initial trailer, fans now can look forward to watching the series soon.
After promising fans that it will be releasing the new series this year, Cartoon Network has finally announced more details. “Justice League Action” has been set to premiere on US television this Dec. 16. After the release of its pilot episode, the said animated series will then be broadcasted every Saturday morning starting on Dec. 24. But the said series will make an earlier debut as it has been announced that it will be making its premiere on Cartoon Network UK on Nov. 26.
The first trailer for “Justice League Action” was released sometime in July 2016. And since then, fans have been excited to see another DC animated series. The trailer was released during the recent Comic-Con 2016 by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment as a special highlight reel for the series. With a different animation style and more quirks, fans are sure to expect more action and more fun from the DC heroes and villains in this series.
“Justice League Action” will revolve around the many adventures of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and rotating members of the Justice League. During the panel for Kre8tif! Animation conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a number of featured characters has been revealed. Among the many characters who will be making appearances in the series are Shazam, The Joker, Firestorm, Martian Manhunter, Harley Quinn, Hawkman, and Satan Girl.
The animated series, “Justice League Action” is based on the DC Comics’ superhero team of the same name. The producers of this series are Jim Krief, Butch Lukic, and Alan Burnett, who have worked with Warner Bros. on many projects. “Justice League Action” is set to air every Saturday on Cartoon Network at 6pm (ET/PT).
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