Cartoon Network will host Warner Bros' DC Super Hero Girls animated series, which starts next year...
Warner Bros and DC Entertainment are set to bolster the female representation in their animated output, teaming with Cartoon Network for a show entitled DC Super Hero Girls. Despite the on-the-nose title - which it shares with a toy range, a series of online shorts and some straight-to-video movies - this sounds like it could be a lot of fun.
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Cbr's report tells us that the animated series will feature "fresh character designs and storytelling" from producer Lauren Faust, an Emmy winner, who's known for her work on Powerpuff Girls, My Little Pony and Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends. Sam Register - Warner Bros' animation boss, and overseer of Teen Titans Go! and Justice League Action