The show debuted on Nicktoons on August 25, 2001, and has continued every weekday, with special episodes airing on holidays and during the Summer Olympics. The show was a success, and the series was soon syndicated to Cartoon Network, which began airing the show on September 18, 2002. Nickelodeon later began airing it as well, even adding an hour-long special to their Nicktoons lineup on October 30, 2002. The show was later added to Cartoon Network's weekday lineup in 2006. However, it was removed from Cartoon Network's lineup in 2009 following a few controversial episodes that featured sexuality and violence. On April 27, 2010, the series was repurchased by DIC Entertainment, which would air the series on the network until May 2, 2012.Mark Goodman, [http://www.jem.com/article/S0196-6636%2812%2900157-9/fulltext?genre=article&id=10401241460229 The Everlasting War between Zig & Sharko]] at Jem.com, 28 April 2010David Germain, [http://www.tvguide.com/News/Nick-Cartoon-Network-Interrupt-Darkstar-16822.aspx Nicktoons to move to weekends] at TV Guide.com, 29 April 2010 It has since returned to being aired as part of Nicktoons' weekday lineup, but it has gone back to being broadcast on Cartoon Network's weekday lineup on May 4, 2018. Sharko and Zig have since gone on to become supporting characters of the Looney Tunes franchise, appearing in the video games and Looney Tunes: Back in Action. Other Looney Tunes shorts based on the property continue to air regularly on both Cartoon Network and Boomerang. The first special, The Best of Sh*Ko, aired on Nicktoons on November 22, 2011. The second special, The Best of Zig, aired on May 22, 2012. A third special, The Best of Zig and Sharko in 3D, aired on April 13, 2015. In addition to this, the characters have appeared in Looney Tunes: Back in Action, voiced by their original voices from the series.
In December 2010, The Looney Tunes Show began airing new episodes. The first season includes the first sixty-six episodes, while the second season includes the second sixty-six episodes.
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