Pete Browngardt, who developed and executive-produces the recent Looney Tunes Cartoons, has become the first person to sign an overall deal that spans both Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) and Cartoon Network Studios (CNS).
Under the terms of the exclusive multi-year deal, Browngardt will develop and produce original animated programming for the two sister studios. He will have access to “the extensive character and franchise libraries at each studio” in creating his projects, which will be aimed at a variety of audiences, from preschool to adult. They will be intended for all Warnermedia platforms, and third-party ones too.
Browngardt is currently executive-producing WBA’s Looney Tunes reboot, which has been well received and is nominated for two Annies. Episodes stream on HBO Max. Prior to joining WBA, he created the Emmy-winning Cartoon Network series Uncle Grandpa and Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, serving also as executive producer on the former.