This is what animated TV looks like when it’s made by both Disney and WB

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Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny are teaming up. So to speak.

Warner Bros. Animation is producing a series with Disney XD for the first time. While WB live-action projects air on a number of networks, WB animated series have mostly aired on what was then The WB and Cartoon Network (also under the umbrella of Time Warner).

Titled Right Now Kapow, this new animated sketch comedy series features a literally colorful cast of characters named Dog, Moon, Ice Cream, Candy, Diamond, and Plant. Their physical features are pretty much exactly what you”d expect… if you”re expecting something a bit weird.

Image credit: Disney XD

A release about Right Now Kapow went out to press today, describing it as “delightfully silly, weird, and frenetic” and announcing the series premiere date, Monday, September 19, with half-hour episodes airing on three consecutive nights through September 21.

Many of the voice cast members are from the realm of stand-up comedy and improv, including Emily Maya Mills (Key & Peele) as Diamond, Michael Blaiklock (Comedy Bang! Bang!) as Dog, and Baron Vaughn (Grace and Frankie) as Moon.

The creative team behind Right Now Kapow comes from the sketch comedy world: Executive producers Marly Halpern-Graser and Justin Becker both wrote for Mad (the Cartoon Network animated sketch comedy series, not to be confused with Madtv).

Check out the trailer and poster for Right Now Kapow below:

Image credit: Disney XD

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