Hear the familiar cartoon voices that are back for a new show for kids

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Some of America’s favorite cartoon characters are back in a new T.V. show for pre-school children. The show is called “Bugs Bunny Builders”, and features all of the beloved Looney Tunes characters to educate children on a number of age appropriate problem solving issues.

Today on “Live In the D”, host Tati Amare was joined by Eric Bauza, the voice behind Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Tweety Bird, and Chandni Parekh, the voice behind Lola Bunny.

Eric Bauza not only voiced many characters on the new show but also was a big part of the movie “Space Jam 2: A New Legacy”. Eric said he started mimicking the Looney Tunes characters by watching them every Saturday morning as a kid, and never thought it would lead him to where he is today. Eric said he has to give thanks to the great Mel Blanc for laying down the original tracks and allowing others to become familiar with the voices many years later.

Chandni is making her debut as Lola Bunny on the new show and Tati asked about Lola’s role in the new series. Chandni said the show teaches kids about creativity, collaboration, and problem solving. Chandni said the voice for Lola has always been inside of her and the voice comes easy to her because she feels Lola is an extension of herself.

Tati was all smiles after she asked to hear more of the iconic voices and said it will bring much nostalgia to parents who will watch the new show with their kids.

“Bugs Bunny Builders” will be featured on Cartoon Network, and HBO Max.

To see Tati’s full interview, watch the video above.