Development Hell: This show tried to get off the ground for a few years, and when we finally had a premier date, it ended up getting pushed back about 3 times. The show's concept was overhauled at least once.
Name's the Same: Cartoon Network had an installment show that was named The Looney Tunes Show that ran from 2000 to 2004. Unlike this show, the first Looney Tunes Show was just a collection of classic Looney Tunes shorts from Cartoon Network's library (in a similar vein to CBS's "The Bugs Bunny Road Runner Show," ABC's "The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show," The WB's "That's Warner Bros" [later renamed "The Bugs and Daffy Show"], FOX's "The Merrie Melodies Show," and Nickelodeon's "Looney Tunes on Nick").
Non-Singing Voice: Marvin the Martian's speaking voice is Eric Bauza, but his singing voice is Damon Jones.
Foghorn Leghorn's speaking voice is Jeff Bergman, but his singing voice is also Damon Jones, which is weird because Jeff Bergman does his own singing for Bugs and Daffy.
Speedy Gonzales is voiced by Fred Armisen, but in "Queso Bandito," his singing voice is, once again, Damon Jones. Strangely enough, in Speedy's nexy two Merrie Melodies ("Pizzarriba" and "Table For One"), his singing voice is- guess who- Fred Armisen.
Possibly because "Queso Bandito" portrays Speedy at a younger age. And to be fair, Jones does make Speedy sound higher pitched than usual.
Henery Hawk's singing voice is, last time now, Damon Jones. (but only on "Chickenhawk") His speaking voice ("Father Figures") and singing voice ("Christmas Rules") in later episodes are by Ben Falcone.
Tower Prep used to air on Tuesday nights at 8 PM, only for the ratings to drop and subsequent cancellation. The Looney Tunes Show premiered in the same timesloton the same nightand got spectacular ratings.