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TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES LAUNCHES SEPT. 29

Nickelodeon has announced that its CG-animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series will premiere on Saturday, Sept. 29, at 11 a.m. (ET/PT) in a one-hour television event.

To watch a trailer for the series, CLICK HERE.

 

The series stars Jason Biggs as Leonardo, Sean Astin as Raphael, Rob Paulsen as Donatello and Greg Cipes (as Michelangelo. Additional cast members include Mae Whitman as April O’Neil, Hoon Lee as Master Splinter and Kevin Michael Richardson as Shredder.

 

The half-hour weekly series will air regularly Saturdays at 11 a.m. (ET/PT).

 

Here’s how the series is described:

 

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is set in present day New York City, from the glittering towers of Manhattan to the dark depths of the sewers, and follows the adventures of four humanoid turtles and a six-foot-tall rat, Master Splinter. One day, while living a life in seclusion with his four pet turtles, the once human, Splinter, encountered a mysterious green ooze that covered him and his pets. Overcome by the mutagen, he was transformed into a rat and his four pets became humanoid turtles. Fearing persecution from humans, he brought the Turtles underground and raised them, training them to become ninjas. Years have passed since that point and the four turtles, Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo, are now headstrong teenagers, filled with the confidence of youth and a burning desire to see the world.”

 

And here’s how the one-hour premiere is described:

 

“Master Splinter allows his teenaged sons to visit the surface for the first time, with strict instructions to remain unseen. But when they spy a group of thugs attempting to kidnap a teenage girl (April O’Neil) and her father, the Turtles must leap into action. They soon discover that the surface world isn’t as simple as it first appears, as they find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy involving alien creatures, robotic droids, missing scientists and come face-to-face with the same glowing green mutagen that mutated them in the first place.”

 

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