|The Looney Tunes Peanuts Show|
|Created by|| Erik Kuska
|Writer(s)|| Larry Doyle
|Director(s)|| Scott Bern
|Starring|| Noah Schnapp
Dee Bradley Baker
|Network|| Cartoon Network
|First aired|| March 21, 2016 (Cartoon Network)
April 10, 2016 (Boomerang)
The Looney Tunes Peanuts Show (sometimes called The Looney Tunes Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show) is an American animated series and a crossover to both Looney Tunes and Charles Schulz's Peanuts characters. The series first aired on March 21, 2016 in Cartoon Network, and on April 10, 2016 in Boomerang. Most of the cast from The Peanuts Movie returned to voice their respective characters, while Jeff Bergman, Dee Bradley Baker, and more provided the voices of the Looney Tunes characters.
The series shares animation as the webtoons released on the official Looney Tunes website, which are now available on YouTube.
The music was composed by Gordon Goodwin.
As this show is a crossover, it shows the Looney Tunes living in Charlie Brown's neighborhood. Every episode of the first season is composed of two segments. (except in two occurrences, where the episodes "My Blanket and Me", which is a remake of the Peanuts special Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown, and "Looney Tunes Peanuts Christmas Carol", which is a Christmas special, were made as half hour episodes), while the rest of the series is composed of three segments.
Staring on Season 2, short skits are added between the three main segments, such as:
- Judge Granny: A parody of courtroom shows like Judge Judy, where Granny is a court judge.
- Football Prank Failed: Lucy tries to pulling her football prank to Charlie Brown, but she is always foiled by other characters, making Charlie Brown kicks the football.
- Wile E.'s House of Genius - Wile E. shows us his new inventions.
- Merrie Melodies - A remake of the skits used The Looney Tunes Show. Two-minute music videos showcasing classic characters singing brand new original songs.
- Noah Schnapp - Charlie Brown
- Mariel Sheets - Sally Brown
- Charlie Adler - Snoopy (speaking voice)
- Hadley Miller - Lucy van Pelt
- Alex Garfin - Linus van Pelt
- Venus Schulthens - Peppermint Patty, Violet
- A.J. Teece - Pig-Pen, Shermy
- Bill Melendez - Woodstock (archival recordings)
- Noah Johnston - Schroeder
- Marleik Walker - Franklin
- Rebecca Bloom - Marcie, Patty, Freida
- Jeff Bergman - Bugs Bunny
- Dee Bradley Baker - Daffy Duck, Squeaks the Squirrel, Second Banana
- Bob Bergen - Porky Pig, Tweety Bird
- Maurice LaMarche - Yosemite Sam, The Brain
- Kath Soucie - Lola Bunny, Penelope Pussycat (speaking voice)
- Billy West - Elmer Fudd
- Daran Norris - Wile E. Coyote (speaking voice), Colonel Rimfire
- Frank Welker - Road Runner, Gogo Dodo, Cecil Turtle
- Bill Farmer - Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dawg
- Jeff Bennett - Sylvester Pussycat, Merlin the Magic Mouse
- June Foray - Granny, Bunny
- Jim Cummings - Taz the Tasmanian Devil, Cool Cat
- Carlos Alazraqui - Speedy Gonzales
- Rob Paulsen - Pepe Le Pew, Yakko Warner, Pinky
- Jess Harnell - Wakko Warner, Claude
- Tress MacNeille - Dot Warner, Petunia Pig
- Eric Goldberg - Marvin the Martian
- Tom Kenny - Ralph Wolf
- Sweet and Sour Duck/Skunk Boy
- Maze Dazed/I'm Just Wild About Sally
- Wolf 'n' Coyote/Baby Runner
- The Scent of Skunk/Sail Race
- Quittin' Time/Lucy vs. Tweety
- Froggy Music to My Ears/Lucy's Poor Prank
- Tortoise vs. Lucy/Tweety and Woodstock's Easter Eggs
- Bunny and Claude/Snoopy's New Toy
- Wacky Warners/TBA
- Stealing the Piano/Cinema Porky
- My Blanket and Me
- Gogo Gone Cuckoo/Lookin' After Roadie
- Pain Contest/Sally and the Doctor
- Lucy's Wacky Driving/Spike and The Warners
- Looney Tunes Peanuts Christmas Carol
- Like The Peanuts Movie final scene, Charlie Brown gets well deserved victories.
- In the series, Lucy appears as Tweety's enemy, because Tweety makes her life impossible, as playback to her cruel mistreatment to both Charlie Brown and Linus. There is a recurring gag where she, usually with Sylvester and/or Penelope's help, tries to get rid of Tweety, only to losing to both him and other character(s), usually Granny, Hector the Bulldog, Pepe Le Pew, Charlie Brown, Sally Brown, Linus, Schroeder, and/or Snoopy.
- This is second Peanuts cartoon in which Snoopy's thoughts are expressed as comprehensible English speech. The first begin You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
- This is the second Looney Tunes media in which Daffy Duck is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker, the first being the 1996 film Space Jam.
- There are a recurring theme where, when Pinky and the Brain plot a new plan to taking over the world, they are stopped by Snoopy, with a superhero identy of his own named Super Beagle.
- Gogo Dodo (from Tiny Toon Adventures), Squeaks the Squirrel (from Wabbit), The Warners Siblings and Pinky and the Brain (from Animaniacs) are the only spinoffs-exclusive characters to appear in this show, with Gogo appearing mainly for being a more prominent character than his former counterpart in Porky in Wackyland.
- Six Looney Tunes characters from 1960's time period, Cool Cat & Colonel Rimfire, Merlin the Magic Mouse (and his assistant Second Banana), and Bunny & Claude are re-introduced to the show.