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Nickelodeon Orders ‘Super Duper Bunny League’

The 2D animated preschool series features a diverse group of bunny friends who must combine their superpowers to defend truth, justice, and free time to snack and chill; based on the popular comic book series by Jamie Smart, the show is scheduled to launch in 2024.

Nickelodeon has ordered Super Duper Bunny League (working title), a new adventure-comedy preschool series based on the kids' comic book series by cartoonist Jamie Smart. Featuring 2D animation, the series (26 episodes) centers on a diverse group of bunny friends who must battle danger as they defend their city and the world from their archnemesis. Slated for U.S. launch in 2024, it will continue to roll out on Nick Jr. channels internationally.

The Super Duper Bunny League is ready to battle danger in all forms, defending Important City and the world from their arch-nemesis (and accidental creator), the inept Dr. Fuzzleglove, and a ridiculous rogues' gallery of cartoony villains. Whether battling sweet-toothed space pirates, sizzling lava monsters, giant metal monkeys, or hot dog-hungry dinosaurs, the Bunnies must combine their new superpowers to defend truth, justice, and especially free time to snack and chill.

"Super Duper Bunny League brings to life the colorful world that Jamie created with quirky, imaginative characters and engaging stories filled with zany adventures and loads of fun," said Eryk Casemiro, executive vice president Nickelodeon Animation, Global Series Content. "We are excited for the opportunity to take the comic books to the next level with a preschool animated series that combines big superhero action with silly cartoony comedy in a uniquely Nickelodeon way."

The show is produced by Nickelodeon Animation; Robert Scull and Jonny Belt serve as executive producers, and Smart is a consultant on the series. Production for Nickelodeon is overseen by Casemiro, with Marielle Kaar as Nickelodeon's executive in Charge of Production for the series.

Source: Nickelodeon

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.