Take an Afternoon Scooby Snack Break with New Episodes of 'Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated'

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July 20th, 2012

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Take an Afternoon Scooby Snack Break with New Episodes of "Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated"

New Episodes start July 30 at 2 p.m. (ET/PT)

Scooby-Doo, the world's favorite cowardly Great Dane returns with his four mystery-solving friends - Fred, Daphne, Velma & Shaggy - for further spooky adventures in the second season of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated from Warner Bros. Animation. Having gone their separate ways at the end of Season One, the Mystery Inc. gang will reunite once more to face their fears, unmask the bad guys, and get to the bottom of the secret curse and treasure of Crystal Cove. Along the way, they'll face new mysteries and villains - like Hebediah Grimm, the Scarebear and a herd of mutated skull cattle - as well as its old foes: Professor Pericles the calculating parrot mascot and the previous generation's corrupt Mystery Incorporated, as they all scramble to find the final missing pieces of the Planispheric Disc. But once the disc is completed, will it unleash an even greater mystery? One that could destroy Crystal Cove and everyone in it?

Viewers can catch three full weeks of new episodes with Shaggy, Fred, Daphne, Velma and the loveable Scooby Monday through Friday at 2 p.m. (ET/ PT) starting on July 30. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated is executive produced by Sam Register (Teen Titans, Ben 10) and features the voices of Frank Welker (Futurama), Mindy Cohn (The Facts of Life), Grey DeLisle (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) and Matthew Lillard (The Descendents). Spike Brandt & Tony Cervone (The Looney Tunes Show) serve as supervising producers.

Cartoon Network (CartoonNetwork.com) is the #1 U.S. television network among boys 6-11. Currently seen in 99 million U.S. homes and 168 countries around the world, Cartoon Network is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.'s ad-supported cable service now available in HD offering the best in original, acquired and classic entertainment for kids and families. In addition to Emmy(R)-winning original programming and industry-leading digital apps and online games, Cartoon Network embraces key social issues affecting families with solution-oriented initiatives such as Stop Bullying: Speak Up and the Move It Movement. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.

Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) is one of the leading producers of animation in the entertainment industry, with an innovative and talent-rich roster boasting some of the most accomplished writers, producers and artists working today. The studio is on the cutting edge of animation technology and has both CG and traditionally animated projects in current production and development. For TV, WBA produces series such as Green Lantern: The Animated Series, The Looney Tunes Show, MAD, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated and Young Justice: Invasion, as well as the forthcoming Beware The Batman and Teen Titans Go! for Cartoon Network. WBA also produces series and additional original content - including animated shorts - for Cartoon Network's multiplatform branded DC Nation programming block. In addition to TV programming, WBA produces theatrically released CG cartoon shorts featuring iconic Looney Tunes characters, rendered in stereoscopic 3D. WBA also creates the highly successful series of DC Universe Original Animated Movies for DVD. Producing for multiple platforms including TV, digital and home entertainment both domestically and internationally, WBA is highly respected for its creative and technical excellence, as well as for maintaining the Studio's rich cartoon heritage. It is also the home of the iconic animated characters from the DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera, MGM and Looney Tunes libraries. One of the most-honored animation studios in history, WBA has been honored with six Academy Awards(R), 35 Emmy(R) Awards, the George Foster Peabody Award, an Environmental Media Award, a Parents' Choice Award, the HUMANITAS Prize, two Prism Awards and 20 Annie Awards (honoring excellence in animation).

  • Chris L


  • :D

    Hooray I love this show!

  • Fed

    Seen some of the new episodes! Well it’s getting worse and worse. Damn how i miss the fantastic episodes from the 70s and 80s

  • GARebelman

    Shows a bit improvement from that horrid pile of crap that was the last one but I agree with Fed above, I miss the 60s through 80s. Scooby Doo Where are you, the Scooby Doo movies with like Don Knots, the Scooby Doo show, Hell I miss the scrappy series (I never hated like some). 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo with Vincent Price even a Pup named Scooby Doo. I even liked the weirder 15 minute episodes that had real monsters with just Shaggy, Scooby and Scrappy.

  • Nathan (NR2012)

    The old scooby doo was better. It was actually my favorite show, and I could have sit and watched a whole 24 hour marathon of it without no complaints. Wish I could say that about the new version(s) of it.

  • I luv nickelodeon

    I luv this show..!!(:

  • TimsDale4ever

    The 70’s Saturday series rocked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jon23812

    The original series and “What’s New Scooby Doo” are the only good Scooby-Doo series.

  • Jon23812

    Oops, forgot about “A Pup Named Scooby-Doo”. That was good too.

  • Nathan (NR2012)

    @Jon23812 A Pup Named Scooby-Doo was one of my favorites!

  • NBC is awesome

    LOve this show!!!! Love classic Scooby too, but this is really great for the modern age! Why is it at 2????? Im angry about that!!!!

  • Fake Me Out

    I’ve loved ’em all to greater or lesser extent (except that horrid one a few years ago with the completely messed up animation style) and this series is no different. Of course the originals are the best, most originals always outshine later variants. Sadly I don’t think a 3 week burn off @ 2pm is a good sign for the future of this particular incarnation.


    Help save Endgame and watch season 1 on Hulu

  • Fed

    What’s New Scooby Doo? was OK, but nothing special. Mystery Incorporated is just too melodramatic for my taste.

  • GARebelman

    From what I have seen, sexed up too. When I was really young I didn’t care so why would kids now?? Kids today just don’t have good cartoons

  • JR

    Agreed that these new episodes lack the charm and magic of classic Scooby (especially Where Are You).

  • A

    Whats New Scooby-Doo will remain the best series. I wish they could continue that.
    Call me crazy, but i even liked it better than where are you?!…

  • James

    I actually kind of dig these new Mystery Incorporated episodes. My kid loves them too. I was a huge fan of the old cartoons growing up, but trying to watch them as an adult is like eating glass.

  • E

    This show isn’t supposed to be like the 70s its a new age telling. It actually has a plot with twist and turns. I love it

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