Baby Looney Tunes Cartoon Series

Baby Looney Tunes is an American television series featuring baby Looney Tunes characters. It is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. These videos address real-life issues for children, such as communicating with others, understanding emotions, and playing with others. The Looney Tunes children first live with their grandmother, but beginning in the fourth season, they are taken care of by their grandmother’s brother, Floyd.

Baby Looney Tunes Names:

Baby Bugs:

Bugs is the main character of Baby Looney Tunes and the baby version of Bugs Bunny. He voiced by Samuel Vincent, who also voiced Baby Daffy and Baby Tweety.

Smallpox is the leader of the pack because of its age and development. Although he is usually friendly and loyal, he can sometimes be bossy and cause conflicts with Baby Lola or Baby Daffy, who are also strong and capable of being leaders. Although Bugár is usually confident, he tends to be nervous and sometimes panics if he can’t get something right on the first try. So he relies on his friends to show him around.

Baby Tweety:

Tweety is the cutest baby and the brain when others have no idea. Baby Tweety usually means what Baby Taz says.

Tweety is the Yellow canary. He is the youngest and smallest in the group and describes himself as a thinker because he comes up with ideas when others don’t. He was very insecure with his small frame (which he had to overcome in most of the episodes that surrounded him) and he wanted to know what he was up against.

Baby Daffy:

Baby Daffy is the main character of Baby Looney Tunes and the children’s version of Daffy Duck. Voiced by Samuel Vincent, who also knows as Baby Bugs and Baby Tweety.

His last name and first name start with D. Daffy likes to see!

Baby Daffy is self-aware and ambitious. He wants to please others, but he can be bold and go head to head with others. No doubt he can be corrupt and arrogant. Or he makes suffering as a mockery, or takes advantage of it, or gets into a fight. Hard to think of his way or get attention. Daffy doesn’t like to be seen as “second” to the Bugs Bunny, and many of his good qualities stem from that simple fact.

Baby Lola:

The main character of Baby Looney Tunes. It’s voiced by Britt McKillip, the only child actor in the show.

Baby Lola is one of the children growing up in the playgroup and acts like an older sister with a voice. He is kind and friendly, but has a bad temper and doesn’t want to fight to tell others when he is angry or upset with them. Lola is not afraid of the house or the games, but she likes to dress up and play in the house. Often found next to Children’s Diseases. Sometimes there is baby Melissa and baby Petunia.

Baby Taz:

It is very childish and often relies on Baby Tweety or Granny to interpret and talk to him. It often serves as a reminder to other Looney tunes to slow down and enjoy their youth as they grow older.

Baby Sylvester:

He is sometimes shy and reluctant, making Baby Daffy an easy target to trick and do business with. More than anything, he likes to be taken care of by grandma. Although he is often shy, he has a brave side; In “Mid-Autumn Night’s Scream”, he is the only one brave enough to perform at Hillside Manor. He also wears a musketeer outfit. Baby Sylvester is afraid of lightning and water and hates pickles. 


Emma “Granny” Webster is a Baby Looney Tunes character. He voiced by June Foray, who also voiced him in many other shows and cartoons.

The grandmother is an old person with small black eyes behind small glasses. Her gray hair tied in a bun and she usually wears a white top with a pink skirt, like she did in the original Looney Tunes. He gives love and care to the children to make them happy. Children wonder and touch his imagination and ability to overcome the problems that arise.

Baby Looney Tunes Full Episodes:

Baby Looney Tunes Episodes

Baby Looney Tunes follows the Looney Tunes gang as they grow up, learn about friendship. How to deal with bullies and leave preschool. Bugs Bunny leads his friends and wants to be a star, Baby Lola dreams big, Baby Daffy always wants his way, Baby Sylvester is easily scared, Baby Taz sees the good in life, and finally, Baby Tweety is kind and caring. In the company of a good woman, the gang has a lot of fun and causes a lot of trouble! Draw your favorite Baby Looney Tunes characters in free games and watch clips from the Baby Looney Tunes series.

Baby Looney Tunes Volume 1 features the world’s favorite cartoon as preschoolers explore the world one step at a time. Alas, Daffy, Sylvester, Tweety, Taz and Lola are here under Grandma’s watchful eye. From sports to sleep to bed bugs, these colorful movies experience childhood – like discovering the true meaning of play or overcoming darkness – like character pwm. Looney can do it. Don’t miss the 26-episode recap to see if Grandpa gives baby Taz a chance to prove that. He can take care of his beloved toys without destroying them, or if Sylvester comes Voluntarily to learn to live without a “blanket”. Plus, Daffy scares the pond, Bugs Bunny, and more to throw a surprise birthday for Tweety and more! Get ready for a day of play with Baby Looney Tunes.

Where to watch Baby Looney Tunes?

Baby Looney Tunes, the animated series starring Janyse Jaud, Sam Vincent and Ian James Corlett, is now streaming. Watch it on Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Spectrum TV or Prime Video on your Roku device.

How many seasons of baby looney tunes are there?

seasons of baby looney tunes

15 of the 53 episodes of Baby Looney Tunes, including the DVD of the only Baby Looney Tunes movie: Eggs-traordinary Adventure.

The producer is Warner Bros. Liveliness. The film focuses on real-life issues and morals that children can relate to, such as communication, understanding and playing with others. The Looney Tunes children first live with their grandmother. But beginning in the fourth season, they are taken care of by their grandmother’s cousin, Floyd’s babysitter.