Bugs & Daffy, also known as Bugs 'N Daffy, is an animated series that currently airs on Kids' WB!. The series focuses on Bugs Bunny & Daffy Duck, two popular Warner Bros. characters that appeared in Looney Tunes shorts from the 1940s to the 2000s. The series currently runs on The Kids' WB Network and is one of its longest-running original Cartoon Cartoons and one of its most successful franchises.
Plot of the series
The series featured many Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts featuring popular Warner Bros. stars, mainly Bugs Bunny & Daffy Duck shorts. The series still airs on Kids' WB as well as The BugsNDaffy AmiYumi PinkyBrainy EdNEddy Warneroonie SuperLooney Big Cartoonie Show which featured the popular series as well as Animaniacs, Tiny Toon Adventures, Dexter's Laboratory, Ed Edd n Eddy, I Am Weasel, 2 Stupid Dogs, Pinky & The Brain and The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries. The series also features segments from 2 Stupid Dogs, Animaniacs, Pinky & The Brain, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, Tiny Toon Adventures and Dexter's Laboratory, following a similar trend that The Big Cartoonie Show has done that featured popular Looney Tunes shorts, with a few popular black-and-white cartoons from the 1940s (i.e.: Porky Pig's Feat, Daffy's Southern Exposure, The Henpecked Duck, Ali Baba Bound, Porky's Last Stand, You Ought To Be In Pictures and The Daffy Duckaroo), though the computer-colorized versions have been aired mostly on Bugs & Daffy, The Cartoon Cartoon Show and The Big Cartoonie Show. More recently, in 2003, popular Merrie Melodies shorts owned by Turner (i.e.: Falling Hare, Case of the Missing Hare, Hare Trigger, Life with Feathers and many others) and popular Looney Tunes shorts also owned by Turner (Porky's Movie Mystery, It's An Ill Wind, Wise Quacks, Pied Piper Porky, Jeepers Creepers, Naughty Neighbors, Scalp Trouble, Porky and Teabiscuit, Brother Brat, Draftee Daffy, Buckaroo Bugs, Baseball Bugs and Acrobatty Bunny, most currently owned by TimeWarner but never aired) began airing on Bugs & Daffy, though earlier cartoons from 1930-1939 never aired (the only two being Porky's Super Service and Porky's Duck Hunt), with TimeWarner owning all post-1939 Looney Tunes shorts and all post-1942 Merrie Melodies shorts.