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TV/Streaming: Space Jam Meets Teen Titans, Trese, Monsters At Work and More.

In the fast-moving world of streaming and TV animation, the news just keeps on coming. We've rounded up some of the biggest stories for you. Because we're basically awesome.

Ahead of this summer's long-awaited sequel Space Jam Legacy, Cartoon Network has announced they will screen brand new TV movie Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam this Father's Day. In the 80-minute special, the Titans are visited by the alien Nerdlucks who famously took on the Looney Tunes in the 90s original. Discovering his fellow Titans had never seen Space Jam, Cyborg organises a watch party. Viewers can watch the movie along with the Titans and enjoy bonus commentary. The movie will premiere at 6pm ET/PT on Sunday, June 20, and then be available to watch on the Cartoon Network app and VOD. It will also be available to buy on digital storefronts from July 27.

This news has been announced ahead of a weekend of special Teen Titans programming, with an episode featuring guest appearances from New Teen Titans creative team Marv Wolfman and George PĂ©rez airing on May 29, and the Teen Titans/ DC Super Hero Girls crossover episode airing on May 31.

Check out a preview on Teen Titans Go See Space Jam, below.

Universal has brought forward the US release of DreamWorks sequel The Boss Baby: Family Business from September to July 2. In a bold move that will irk cinema chains, they have also announced that it will hit their streaming service Peacock on the same day. The movie will be available to Peacock Premium subscribers at no additional cost. The move follows the studio's experimental release strategy with Trolls World Tour on digital early on in the pandemic, and NBCUniversal will hope that it will attract more paying customers to their fledgling streaming service over the July 4th Weekend.

Get your first look at the new Disney Plus series Monsters At Work in motion in this debut teaser. Featuring guest appearances from Monsters Inc stars Sulley and Mike Wazowski (with John Goodman and Billy Crystal reprising their roles) the teaser gives us our first introduction to the show's star Monsters Inc's new employee Tylor Tuskman (Ben Feldman). The series will stream starting on July 2.

Netflix Anime has dropped a trailer for upcoming supernatural horror/action series Trese, based on the Filipino comic series of the same name. The series follows Alexanda Trese who takes on supernatural threats in modern-day Manila and draws on Filipino folklore and mythology. Trese will be streaming on Netflix everywhere from June 11.


Netflix have also revealed first look images from the upcoming He-Man sequel from Kevin Smith, Masters Of The Universe: Revelation. Purists will be pleased to see that the event series is very much inline with the original cartoon and won't be a She-Ra style overhaul.  The series will run for five episodes and will arrive on Netflix on July 23. There's no indication yet if there is the possibility of more episodes or if this will be a self-contained story.

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