I remember being at my grandmother’s house and watching the The Tom and Jerry Show and laughing. I really thought the gags were funny and I really enjoyed the show when I was younger. Now the famous cat and mouse duo is back in an all-new series and I am excited to share their show with my children. The show is still called the The Tom and Jerry Show and it premiers on Wednesday, April 9th at 5:30 (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.
The Tom and Jerry Show is a fresh take on the iconic frenemies that preserves the look, core characters and sensibilities of the original theatrical shorts.
Comprised of two 11-minute elements, each episode will feature Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse plotting against each other—with Tom’s determination matched only by Jerry’s own cleverness in evading capture. But this time the cartoon mayhem will not be limited to only Tom and Jerry’s familiar suburban setting. In The Tom and Jerry Show, the title characters’ nonstop game of cat and mouse will expand to also include more fantastic worlds, from a witch’s cabin to a mad scientist’s lab.
The Tom and Jerry Show kicks-off with the following stories on Wednesday, April 9:
- “Spike Gets Skooled” – Tom gets Spike sent to obedience school, and Jerry is left without a protector. When Spike returns, Tom tries hard to get Spike to revert to his old ways. Jerry fights back to make sure that Spike keeps his cool.
- “Cats Ruffled Furniture” – Tom is under strict orders to not wake the Witch sisters, but Jerry is set on getting Tom in trouble. When Tom uses the magic spell wand and makes all of the furniture come alive, he must get the help of Newt to make everything go back as it was.
Sam Register (Teen Titans Go!, The Looney Tunes Show, MAD) serves as executive producer on The Tom and Jerry Show. The series is produced by Warner Bros. Animation in conjunction with producers Darrell Van Citters and Ashley Postlewaite at Renegade Animation.