With the launch of Disney’s new streaming service, it’s a time to be proud.
As a fan of The Simpsons, I’ve loved every season.
And the animated feature film is the one that has consistently kept me coming back.
This summer, however, it seems like Disney will be focusing on something entirely different, one that’s been in the works for a while: “Scoobies.”
The Walking DEAD The film is set to hit theaters on Aug. 17, 2018, and Disney says the first episode will hit the airwaves on July 31, 2019.
The new series, which will be co-created by David Mandel and Joel Schumacher, will explore the adventures of “Sideshow Bob” (Tom Kenny), “Snoopy” (Jim Rash) and their gang of pals in a world where humans, mutants and zombies all live side-by-side.
“Scoo-doo” is an homage to the iconic character Scooby-doy.
“The Walking” and “Sci-fi” are also big nods to the films of Robert Crumb, Peter Straub and other original film directors.
Disney’s new show will star Mickey Mouse, Kenny, Andy Samberg and Snoopy, and the film is expected to be in theaters on July 28, 2019, with an “epilogue” coming on Sept. 11, 2019 at the end of the film.
Here’s the official synopsis for “Sleeping Dogs” and the upcoming film, which has been rumored for years.
What’s the scoop on Disney’s streaming service?
The streaming service will be available to subscribers on the Disney Channel, ESPN, Disney Junior and ESPNU.
As of now, Disney says it will be the most comprehensive subscription service for “The Walking,” with “Sloppy” being the show’s official title.
There will also be content for all of the shows and movies that Disney has licensed to other studios.
Who will be in the “Sliceman” cast?
Sloopy, Snoopy and their friends are joined by their longtime co-star, former “Sid and Nancy” star Jason Bateman.
You can check out the first teaser trailer for “Sloopy & Snoopy,” which is slated to air on Disney Channel in late 2019.