The Looney Tunes Cartoons Season 3 Trailer promises the most crazy toons yet

HBO Max is releasing the trailer for Looney Tunes Cartoons season 3, which promises the craziest tones even ahead of the show’s return on November 25th.

The trailer for Looney Tunes cartoon season 3 promises a crazy return. Based on the iconic characters from Looney Tunes and Mare melodies, Looney Tunes cartoon debuted on HBO Max in 2020. The animated shorts are considered a revival of Looney Tunes franchise and features legendary characters, such as Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian, Sylvester, Tweety and Elmer Fudd, in a new group of mishaps. After the release of Looney Tunes cartoon, HBO Max continued to strengthen its appeal to younger audiences and debuted with Looney Tunes cartoon Back to School Special and Bugs Bunny’s 24-Carrot Holiday Special.


HBO Max released Looney Tunes cartoon season 3 trailer that teases the craziest tones to date in the upcoming episodes. Scheduled to debut on HBO Max on November 25, Looney Tunes cartoon season 3 will consist of nine new episodes. The trailer features over-the-top jokes, Road Runner evading Wile E. Coyote, and dynamite blasts. Check out the video below:

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Captures the look and feel of the original as it appeals to a new generation, Looney Tunes cartoon continues to be successful on HBO Max. Looney Tunes cartoon season 3 seems to have a lot planned for the beloved animated characters. According to the description for season 3, “…the mischievous mouse duo Hubie and Bertie star in their first Looney Tunes Cartoons dedicated short film, where they risk it all to break into a cheese shop. Also in store, Sylvester crashes Tweety’s birthday party, while Daffy the Caveduck and Prehistory Porky have a Stone Age adventure.” That is clear Looney Tunes cartoon season 3 will feature the same entertaining antics that audiences have come to expect from the show. Hopefully the new episodes continue to be a mix of nostalgic and inventive, offering a little something for viewers old and new.

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