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Unnatural History a natural choice for Cartoon Network

by John Scott Lewinski, posted Aug 9th 2009 7:02PM
Cartoon Network is shooting a new live-action martial arts pilot, Unnatural History.Cartoon Network and Warner Horizon Television fired up the cameras in Toronto recently on the new live-action pilot, Unnatural History.

While it's easy to ask why another live action show is proceeding on the Cartoon Network, Unnatural History could be fun enough to delay your need for that explanation.

According to a network press release, we're dealing with an "action-packed blend of mystery and martial arts" here. Fortunately, there's no sign of Power Rangers masks or rubber monsters stalking Unnatural History.

The adventure's hero is Henry Griffin (Kevin G. Schmidt), a teenager with "exceptional skills acquired through years of globe-trotting with his anthropologist parents." I know you're saying, "Not another teenage martial arts master with anthropologist parents," but evidently, young Henry faces his "biggest challenge of all when he moves back to America to attend a high school stranger than any place he's ever lived before."

Production got underway this month. There's no word yet if the show is slotted for a prime time, day block or weekend slot.

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Sorry - if it's live action, I'm not watching. Period.

August 10 2009 at 1:07 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Isn't this the plot of "Mean Girls"?

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