Voice Director: Charlie Adler

Production Company: Warner Brothers

Popularity: 28th All Time, 23rd This Week

Franchise: Looney Tunes
Characters on BTVA: 48
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said at 12:55 AM on Thu Nov 16 2017
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Gonna be honest, I actually really enjoy this show. It's not flawless by any means, for example the characters designs of Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn and Porky Pig REALLY need a lot of work. Plus the show can get a little too hyper at times.

But I really like how the show brings back the cunning trickster rabbit personality of Bugs we all know and love in a different way. I was a little iffy about giving him a sidekick in the form of Squeaks the Squirrel but I grew on him watching the show more.

Another thing I love are the variety of villains and settings. While I do miss the likes of Elmer Fudd I'm glad the show can take advantage of its imagination and gives different kinds of foes for Bugs to face (I really like when he's against that leprachaun, Leslie Phillips and the Vixen Spy). And unlike The Looney Tunes Show, which was a sitcom and had to be restricted to a typical small town, Wabbit takes Bugs to many different locations.

So yeah, call me crazy but I really like the show. It needs some fine tuning yes, but it does its job as a modern take on the classic Bugs Bunny persona really well.
said at 11:02 AM on Tue May 16 2017
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I went back and re-watched it, and I'm gonna be honest, the show's attempts at Vaudeville humor just feels hollow. Not to mention I think the more modern aspects of it feel somewhat forced.

Say what you will about tLTS, but at least it tried to be its own thing and stand on its own.
said at 8:07 AM on Mon Jul 17 2017
@HyperVoiceActing While I think the show is fine and funny enough, it does suffer fom following the shorts structurally and to the letter rather than spirit. The original shorts are iconic, but are also based in political incorrectness that wouldn't fly with modern audiences. Wabbit attempts to follow the style, but still has to adjust for modern tendencies. It makes me wonder if Looney Tunes is even worth bringing back given the divisive reception of almost all Looney Tunes shows since the 1990s. Even beloved shows like Tiny Toons and Duck Dodgers have divisive elements, like the latter's seasonal rot and characters like Elmyra in the former.
said at 6:35 AM on Tue Feb 14 2017
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Sorry, but they've lost it.

I know you can't live up to the classics, but they shouldn't make shorts with a television budget. They're better off making these -as shorts before WB movies, at least they'll get a bigger and more acceptable budget to at least try.
said at 9:29 PM on Sat Feb 4 2017
The looney tunes show was bad enough, now we're stuck with THIS!
said at 7:45 AM on Sun Feb 26 2017
@Voiceactorfan1 actually, the looney tunes show was pretty good, THIS on the other hand....
Darth Bugs
said at 12:38 PM on Sat Dec 31 2016
Now I'm sure this series HAS been canceled, because even Boomerang has stopped airing re-runs of it. What a waste.
Darth Bugs
said at 1:05 PM on Sat Oct 22 2016
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Boy, this show has really been getting "Screwed by the Network" as they say on TV Tropes. First it got flipflopped between Cartoon Network and Boomerang with barely any promos, and then they just stop airing new episodes and keep airing the same re-runs on Boomerang. Did they cancel the show? If so, It's a real shame cause I think it is (or was) the only decent new show on CN.
Shaun Ince
said at 7:34 PM on Wed Mar 9 2016
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I did see a few interviews with Jeff Bergman about the change in his Bugs Bunny voice. He said the voice directors of The Looney Tunes Show & especially for Wabbit had asked him to change the voice. We know that show essentially tried to normalize them in a sense, while still keeping their personality's more or less the same, But it definitely explains as to why Bergman sounds different as Bugs now, when you compare him to how he sounded back as Bugs then. He can still go back into the Bugs Bunny voice back in the 90's, so maybe he's not out of touch as we initially thought.


Here's one of the interviews. At around 6:34 the guy interviewing Jeff as him to pinch the Bugs Bunny voice up to sound more Brooklyn. And it sounds almost as good as his earlier performances.
said at 11:09 AM on Sun Dec 20 2015
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Why is Foghorn Leghorn so creepy-looking?
said at 11:31 AM on Thu Nov 19 2015
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I appreciate the return to a more Vaudville style of format, but I'm still not too keen on some of the character designs. Namely Yosemite Sam and Foghorn
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 4:56 PM on Sat Nov 14 2015
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I think these shorts really got the Looney Tunes tone right. Good mix of slapstick and dialog.
Plus the voice work is pretty good. Would have not have ever expected Steve Blum or Crispin Freeman in Looney Tunes.
said at 1:00 PM on Wed Oct 21 2015
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It's more "Looney Tunes" than ''The Looney Tunes Show'', which at times seemed like ''Seinfeld''.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:30 AM on Thu Oct 1 2015
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Not perfect but I found these shorts to be really enjoyable.
said at 8:44 PM on Wed Sep 30 2015
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Bugs still got his magic.
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