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Hero: 108 season two in production for Cartoon Network

Hero: 108 season two in production for Cartoon Network

Hero: 108 season two in production for Cartoon Network

Kabillion. Moonscoop. Turner Broadcasting. Gamania. Taffy Entertainment. Telegael. Mike Young Productions. The list reads like an all-star selection in the world of animation, thus it’s no wonder their joint project, Hero: 108, has done nothing but grow in popularity since launching last March. The show currently airs on Cartoon Network and Kabillion OnDemand, and creators are officially hard at work on 52 brand new episodes for Hero:108’s second season. Joining North America and the UK, Hero 108 will also air on Boing in Italy and Spain, on Gulli in France, Kabel 1 in Germany, MBC3 in the Middle East, Televisa in Mexico, and PT Crown Entertainment in Indonesia.


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