TruTV has just announced that it has picked up the unscripted series Man vs. Cartoon. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show investigates whether the stuff seen in cartoons is actually possible in real life.
The series will draw on characters and situations from Warner Bros.' enormous animation library. TruTV executive vice president and GM Marc Juris said the project offers a new take on the investigation process and will be a perfect fit with the network's schedule.
"As you know, we have a lot of investigative programming on the air, and we thought this was a really interesting way to show the process of investigation," he said. "We'll see if these things are scientifically possible and, if so, how we can use this information."
TruTV has not yet announced when they plan to air Man vs. Cartoon.
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