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‘We Bare Bears’ on Cartoon Network

In November, the highly anticipated bears from the latest original animated comedy series We Bare Bears will arrive in the Philippines, shortly after making impressive debuts in the US, Europe and Latin America. Created by Annie Award-winner Daniel Chong, We Bare Bears is an animated comedy about three brothers who are trying to fit in and make friends…which can be kind of hard when you’re a bear.

Grizzly (Eric Edelstein), Panda (Bobby Moynihan) and Ice Bear (Demetri Martin) are considerably modern savvy: they are masters of the selfie, fans of the food truck, and are the next big internet stars, or at least they think they are!

The lovable characters in We Bare Bears
Grizzly leads Panda and Ice Bear with endless optimism in everyday misadventures of finding food, goofing around and dealing with each other – as well as the world around them. Through it all, these bears stick together and are very, very close. In fact, their favorite way to get around town is by “bearstack”, a unique formation that features Grizzly atop Panda atop Ice Bear who does all of the heavy lifting (as only the highly talented Ice Bear can do).

Along the way, the bears are joined by their best human friend Chloe (Charlyne Yi), a fame-flaunting Koala named Nom Nom (Patton Oswalt) and their neighbor Charlie (Jason Lee), a.k.a. Bigfoot.

We Bare Bears was conceived as part of Cartoon Network Studios’ thriving and prolific shorts development program which also created the network’s latest hit animated series Steven Universe, Uncle Grandpa, Clarence and double Emmy®-winning Regular Show.

We Bare Bears premieres on Nov. 16 at 6:15pm, continuing weekdays, only on Cartoon Network.

Topics: cartoon network , we bare bears
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