The Saturday-morning cartoons I’ll develop based on Warner Bros. Television Studios’ popular sitcoms, Friends by Marta Kauffman & David Crane & The Big Bang Theory by Chuck Lorre & Bill Prady will never being produced by Warner Bros. Animation because the studio is busy making upcoming TV cartoon projects between this year & next year, including the Animaniacs revival for Hulu next month, 6 days before Thanksgiving. Instead, my future projects will be produced by Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California which was responsible for producing such shows as Dexter’s Laboratory & The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy. While Cartoon Network Studios will be producing the Saturday-morning cartoons, Warner Bros. Entertainment still owns the rights to both the Friends characters & The Big Bang Theory characters respectively.* In these animated prequels, the main characters in their respective shows will be in their preteens years (between the ages of 10 & 12). The Friends prequel will set in Central Perk while The Big Bang Theory prequel in Pasadena, California during the events of Young Sheldon & the art style will be inspired by Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCracken & Chris Savino in late 1990s & the early 2000s days of Cartoon Network originals. The Friends prequel will premiere on HBO Family & soon after on HBO Max in early 2022 & The Big Bang Theory prequel will premiere on HBO Max in mid 2022 because all the animated shows on Cartoon Network today uses the current thin line art style thanks to Pendleton Ward & J. G. Quintel, & the running time for the shows are now 15 minutes with commercials. Also, I will write episode scripts at Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California when I’m done writing episode scripts of Dexter’s Lab Season 5 (7 & 8) here in Limay, Bataan. They will be the few 2020s cartoons not to use the Pendleton Ward/J. G. Quintel art style but the thick line art style when it’s not animated in flash, same with Unicorn: Warriors Eternal by Genndy Tartakovsky. For these future projects, they will be produced by Cartoon Network Studios association with Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions for the Friends prequel, Chuck Lorre Productions for The Big Bang Theory prequel & Warner Bros. Television Studios for both shows respectively. Let’s bring sitcom based cartoons back.
*Warner Bros. Entertainment & Cartoon Network are both owned by AT&T’s WarnerMedia.