USA PREMIERE: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 4 Launches Today - David Tennant Guest Stars (With Video)

Season 4 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles premieres in the USA this morning as the half-shell heroes embark on their most radical adventures ever. David Tennant joins the voice cast as the fan-favourite comic book character, The Fugitoid in a story arc spanning more than half the new season as the survivors from Season 3 travel together through space and time and across dimensions. The first episode, Beyond The Known Universe, premieres on Nickelodeon this morning at 11.00am ET/PT, with new episodes at the same time every Sunday.

Season 4 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles promises some amazing guest voices joining regular cast members Sean Astin, Seth Green, Rob Paulsen, Greg Cipes and Mae Whitman. David plays The Fugitoid, formerly the scientist Professor Zayton Honeycutt, whose mind became trapped inside the android when his own body was destroyed. Other guests include Michael Dorn as Tricerton Captain Mozar, Peter Stormare as the insectoid Lord Dregg, Zelda Williams as Mona Lisa, Ron Perlman as the bounty hunter Armaggon and Dwight Schultz as Wymm. In one mind-bending episode, the Turtles will meet their counterparts from the 1980's TV series, who will be voiced by the original cast.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Season 4, Episode 1 - Beyond The Known Universe
The turtles go through time to discover the back story behind Shredder and Splinter.

Check out a video clip from the first episode here, as the Turtles, Fugitoid and April float through space to make repairs to Fugitoid’s spacecraft (Plays in the USA only)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Episode 2, The Moons Of Thalos 3, premieres on November 1st.



Popular posts from this blog

RED NOSE DAY USA: Your Chance To Win Breakfast With David Tennant & Six Other Doctors

David Tennant Weekly News Update: Monday 17th - Sunday 23rd April

USA: Mad To Be Normal Premieres In America At The Newport Beach Film Festival Tonight

David Tennant Interviews The Proclaimers For BBC TV Scotland Documentary

Where To Catch Mad To Be Normal Screenings In May