USA VIDEO - New Preview Clips For Episode 2 Of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Featuring David Tennant

Nickelodeon have posted a couple of new clips from the second episode of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 4. David Tennant continues in his guest role as the Turtles' new ally, the Fugitoid as the Half Shell heroes continue their travels through time and space to save the Earth from certain destruction.

The new episode, The Moons Of Thalos 3, sees the team crash landing on an ice moon. In order to survive they need to work together with an enemy. Zelda Williams joins the voice cast as Salamandrian warrior Mona Lisa.

The first of the two clips (both viewable in the USA only for now) shows the Turtles and friends under observation by a pair of Salamandrians.
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The second clip takes a look behind the scenes at a sequence involving the crash landing of Fugitoid's ship, comparing initial sketches to the finished scene. 
Watch here

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - The Moons Of Thalos 3 premieres at 11.00am ET/PT on Sunday 1st November on Nickelodeon in the USA. David Tennant joins the regular cast of Seth Green, Rob Paulsen, Sean Astin, Greg Cipes, Mae Witman and Josh Peck, with special guest star this episode Zelda Williams. 

If you missed the season premiere, US viewers can catch up here (registration required).


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