Tweety Mysteries is a live action show with an animated Tweety bird

Warner Bros. announces a new live-action series featuring an animated Tweety Bird, currently titled Tweety Mysteries.

Warner Bros. announced the title currently Tweety Mysteries, a new series that combines the mystery of live action with just a touch of lively charm.

Tom Ascheim of WarnerMedia has revealed that the series will be shot live and will center on an aspiring investigative journalist and podcaster named Sydney, who is aided by none other than Tweety Bird, who will appear on the series as an animated character.

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Ascheim compared the series to the coming-of-age comedy film Harriet the Spy, but with Tweety on Sydney’s shoulder as his assistant. The series takes place in a small town in Washington state, where Sydney and Tweety will have to combine their skills to solve various local mysteries.

Tweety has already appeared in The Sylvester and Titi mysteries, an animated series that ran from 1995 to 2002 and featured cameos from a number of Looney Tunes characters. The titular pair, along with Granny and Hector the Bulldog, have solved mysteries around the world, though Sylvester continued to try and eat his supposed crime-solving partner.

Read the official description below:

Tweety Mysteries (working title) – Tweety Mysteries is a hybrid live-action / animated adventure from Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Bros. Television which follows a curious investigative journalist and podcaster named Sydney and her sidekick Tweety Bird. Working together, the couple must solve various local mysteries in their original small town in Washington state.

No plot or cast details have yet been revealed for Tweety Mysteries and no release date has been announced.

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Source: World Screen Events

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