Nickelodeon Series

Nickelodeon has acquired the global rights to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from the Mirage Group and 4Kids Entertainment, Inc. and have announced that they are moving forward on development on a new CGI-animated TMNT television series consisting of at least 26 half-hour episodes, and which will premiere the fourth quarter (or summer) 2012.

A teaser for the upcoming 2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series is available below.

At the Nickelodeon Upfront Conference, it was announced that actor Jason Biggs will voice Leonardo and Rob Paulsen, who voiced Raphael in the 1987 series, will now voice Donatello in the upcoming series. In June 2011, it was confirmed that Sean Astin would voice Raphael and Greg Cipes would voice Michelangelo. On August 8, 2011, it was revealed that Mae Whitman will be the voice for April O’Neil. In July 2011, it was revealed that Hoon Lee will be the voice of Master Splinter. Kevin Michael Richardson was revealed to be the voice of the Shredder on October 24, 2011.

Voice Cast (in order of appearance*)

Sean Astin (Raphael) – Twitter
Rob Paulsen (Donatello/Metalhead) – Twitter
Jason Biggs (Leonardo) – Twitter
Gregory Michael Cipes (Michelangelo) – Twitter
Hoon Lee (Splinter)
Nolan North (The Kraang/Evil Metalhead)
Brian Bloom (Captain Ryan)
Scott Menville (Crankshaw)
Mae Whitman (April O’Neil) – Twitter
Keith Silverstein (Kirby O’Neil)
Danny Jacobs (Snake/Snakeweed/Worker 1 (ep.5))
Jim Meskimen (Carlos Chiang O’Brien Gambe/Worker 2 (ep.5))
Kevin Michael Richardson (Shredder) – Twitter
Lewis Black (Vic/Spider Bitez)
Clancy Brown (Chris Bradford/Dark Ninja)
Christian Lanz (Xever/ Cat Owner)
Phill LaMarr (Baxter Stockman/Worker 3(ep.5))
Ben Cross (Dr. Mindstrong)
Kelly Hu (Karai) – Twitter

*some voice actors listed have not appeared in the show but are still listed

Animated Director – Micheal Chang
Staff Writer – Kenny Byerly
Staff Writer – Russ Carney
Staff Writer – Ron Corcillo

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