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First Look: Scooby-Doo Teams Up With the Stars of WWE

Scooby-Doo WrestleMania

Zoinks! How's this for an unexpected crossover: Scooby-Doo and his pals are set to team up with the stars of the WWE (aka World Wrestling Entertainment) in an upcoming animated DVD movie. Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery sends the gang on a trip to Wrestle City, where — shocker! — they find themselves in supernatural sleuthing mode.

A mysterious ghostly bear is on the rampage, wreaking havoc on WrestleMania and attempting to steal the championship gold belt. Before you can say, "ruh-roh," Scooby, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma join forces with the lords of the wrestling ring to sort out the bear facts.

WWE stars John Cena, Triple H, Sin Cara, Brodus Clay, AJ Lee, The Miz and Kane all provide their own voices, as does WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon.

Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery — a co-production of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and WWE Studios — goes on sale March 25 in DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD platforms. Here's an exclusive first look at the movie:

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Video: Grant Gustin Previews Arrow's Flash for DC All Access

Grant Gustin

Barry Allen made his much-anticipated debut on Arrow last week, introducing the DC Comics character who fanboys know will someday become the superhero The Flash. The opening arc concludes in this week's episode (Wednesday at 8/7c on The CW), paving the way for a potential Flash series for next fall.

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Sneak Peek: A Double Dose of Spider-Man on Disney XD's Marvel Universe

Marvel's Avengers Assemble

Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man is currently between seasons, but everyone's favorite web slinger is the star attraction of Disney XD's Marvel Universe block this Sunday, Dec. 8. Spidey guest stars on the network's animated hits, Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (8/7c) and Marvel's Avengers Assemble (8:30/7:30c), teaming up with his fellow heroes in two separate adventures. Ultimate Spider-Man star Drake Bell provides the character's voice in both shows. read more

Cartoon Network's MAD Doubles the Funny for 100th Episode Celebration

MAD

To celebrate its 100th episode, MAD is getting "Super"-sized. The animated sketch-comedy series features a parody of the Superman blockbuster Man of Steel in Monday's double-sized show (Nov. 11 at 8:30/7:30c on Cartoon Network). Producer Kevin Shinick recruited Weird Al Yankovic and Henry Winkler to voice Superman and his father, Jor-El, respectively in the sketch, which takes a playful jab at the film's controversial violence.

The network gave Shinick 22-minutes to play with — twice the Emmy-nominated show's typical episode length — and he's stuffed it with a variety of pop-culture parodies and comedy bits. The featured musical sketch, "The Worst Show Ever," is inspired by a certain boy band. "It's One Direction's take on having to watch MAD," Shinick says, emphasizing his series' self-deprecating attitude. Yankovic will voice the band's manager.

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DC All Access Premieres With Arrow Casting Scoop

Blair Herter and Tiffany Smith

DC Entertainment debuts a new web series Tuesday and Arrow fans will definitely want to check it out. DC All Access is a weekly look into all things DC — movies, TV, games, animation and, of course, comic books. In a short-but-sweet clip in the first episode, Arrow exec producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg reveal that... read more

Exclusive: Batgirl Makes Her Batman '66 Debut

Batgirl

When Batman's away, Catwoman will play — unless Batgirl has something to say about it. In this week's chapter of Batman '66, the digital comic based on the classic 1960s TV series Batman, Batgirl makes her debut, filling in for the Dynamic Duo, who are out of town on a case.

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TV Guide Magazine's 60 Greatest Cartoons of All Time

The Simpsons

Of all the fantastical things TV brings into our lives, nothing indulges the imagination quite like cartoons. Whether timely (South Park) or timeless (Looney Tunes), animation can truly take us anywhere. The rules — and the budgets — of conventional television don't apply. In short, we just can't help being drawn to them. In honor of TV Guide Magazine's 60th anniversary, we present our list of the best and, often quite literally, the brightest:

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First Look: Falling Skies Begins Production on Season 4

Noah Wyle and Erika Forest

Falling Skies won't be back until next summer, but TV Guide Magazine has an early tease for Season 4. Production on the alien invasion drama began in Vancouver last week and TNT sent along this video from the first day. Though few plot details are disclosed, cast members do reveal that we'll be seeing more of the 2nd Mass. in 2014: The show's episode order has been increased from 10 to 12.

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Exclusive: Smallville Comic Book Changes Format, Heads for a Crisis

Smallville

Smallville Season 11 is coming to and close, but that won't be the end of Clark Kent & Co.'s adventures. Starting this fall the popular digital comic book series based on the long-running TV series will segue into a new format. Rather than continuing under the Season 11 banner — which kicked off last year — the DC Comics franchise will now consist of individual miniseries, each one starting with a new No. 1 issue.

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Futurama Signs Off With Its Latest Series Finale

Futurama

The Futurama producers have plenty of experience writing series finales. After all, Wednesday's episode marks the fourth time they've thought they were bringing their outrageous animated sci-fi comedy to a close. Originally canceled by Fox back in 2003, the show later gained new life (and fans) with a series of DVD movies before Comedy Central resurrected the show in 2010. Producers thought their new home would last just one season, so they prepared for another ending. Now, two years later, here they are, signing off again. And this time it's for good. Probably.

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