Looney Tunes & Co. was an American animated slapstick comedy television series based on the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies franchise, being developed by Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone. It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and it aired on The WB as part of Kids' WB from April 19th, 1997 until June 15th, 2002.
A year after the events of Space Jam, the Looney Tunes reside in Acme Acres and get into strange adventures.
- Bugs Bunny (voiced by Joe Alaskey) - a charismatic and cool-headed rabbit who often gets himself out of insane situations.
- Daffy Duck (also voiced by Joe Alaskey) - Bugs' egocentric best friend who constantly believes that he is better than all.
- Porky Pig (voiced by Bob Bergen) - Daffy's reluctant and cool-headed best friend who is dragged into situations.
- Lola Bunny (voiced by Kath Soucie) - the tomboyish yet slightly dumb female best friend of Bugs who both usually works out and gets into situations.
- Sylvester Pussycat and Tweety Bird (both also voiced by Joe Alaskey) - a cat and bird duo who are surprisingly best friends despite the former sometimes trying to eat the latter.
- Foghorn Leghorn (voiced by Bill Farmer) - a loud-mouthed rooster who often annoys people.
- Granny (voiced by June Foray) - a friendly and old woman who is Sylvester, Tweety and Hector the Bulldog's owner.
- Hector the Bulldog (vocal effects by Frank Welker) - Granny's pet bulldog who sometimes stops Sylvester and Tweety from fighting.
- Sylvester Jr. (also voiced by Joe Alaskey) - Sylvester's son who he constantly tries to impress.
- Speedy Gonzales (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui) - a Hispanic mouse who is known for being extremely fast and skilled.
- Petunia Pig (voiced by Jennifer Hale) - a really shy and friendly female pig who is Porky's childhood friend.
- Barnyard Dawg (voiced by Tom Kenny) - a dog who is Foghorn's greatest rival in his plans.
- Henery Hawk (also voiced by Joe Alaskey) - a chickenhawk who loves to constantly beat up Foghorn Leghorn.
- The Tasmanian Devil (voiced by Jim Cummings) - a wild Tasmanian devil who is very goofy.
- Wile E. Coyote (voiced by Tom Kane) - an intelligent coyote who is surprisingly friends with Bugs.
- Road Runner (vocal effects by Frank Welker) - a very fast bird who constantly says "beep-beep".
- Pepé Le Pew (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - a French skunk who is constantly in pursuit of love.
- Penelope Pussycat (also voiced by Kath Soucie) - a regular pussycat who Pepé often confuses as a skunk.
- Dora Standpipe (voiced by Tara Strong) - Lola's best friend who she often hangs out with as she is constantly hunted by Dan Backslide.
- Tom, Dick and Larry Dover (voiced by Frank Welker, Jeff Bennett and Rob Paulsen, respectively) - Dora's three boyfriends who usually do nothing except brutally beat up Dan Backslide.
- Ralph Wolf (voiced by Jess Harnell) - a wolf who constantly tries to steal sheep.
- Sam Sheepdog (also voiced by Rob Paulsen) - a strong sheepdog who constantly fights Ralph and guards the sheep from him.
- Mac and Tosh Gopher (also voiced by Rob Paulsen and Jess Harnell, respectively) - two best friends and gophers who surprisingly run a fast food chain.
- Pete Puma (voiced by Stan Freberg) - an idiotic puma who often gets into situations due to his stupidity.
- Beaky Buzzard (also voiced by Bill Farmer) - a buzzard who is surprisingly a food critic.
- The Three Bears (also voiced by Frank Welker, by Tress MacNeille and also by Stan Freberg) - three idiotic bears who live in the woods by Acme Acres.
- Elmer Fudd (voiced by Billy West) - a dumb hunter who constantly wants to catch Bugs and mount him on his wall.
- Yosemite Sam (also voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - a loud-mouthed criminal who wants to rob as much people and banks he can.
- Marvin the Martian (also voiced by Joe Alaskey) - a Martian who wants to destroy Earth because it blocks the view of Venus.
- K-9 (vocal effects by Frank Welker) - Marvin's pet dog who he cares for.
- Witch Hazel (also voiced by June Foray) - a witch who is extremely hammy and wants to become beautiful.
- Dan Backslide (also voiced by Joe Alaskey) - a crazy green man who constantly wants Dora primarily for money.
- Cecil Turtle (also voiced by Bill Farmer) - a slow and cunning turtle who tries to outsmart anyone.
- The Mad Scientist (voiced by Tim Curry) - a mad scientist who constantly creates mad inventions.
- Gossamer (vocal effects by Jim Cummings) - the Mad Scientist's greatest invention which is a giant orange beast.
- Rocky and Mugsy (voiced by Mark Hamill and Bill Fagerbakke, respectively) - two idiotic robbers who constantly try to get rich quick.
- The Crusher (also voiced by Bill Farmer) - a feared wrestler known for his extreme strength.
- The series has several references to Space Jam.
- Although not developed by the Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs crew, the developers made sure it's set in the same universe as them, aside from sharing some of its writers with them.
- Although set after Space Jam, it doesn't feature the exact same voice cast as the film as only Bob Bergen, Kath Soucie, Bill Farmer, Billy West, June Foray and Maurice LaMarche reprise their respective roles, although with some exceptions.
- Bob Bergen reprises his role as Porky Pig, but Tweety and Marvin the Martian are now both voiced by Joe Alaskey, reprising both roles from previous occasions.
- Bill Farmer reprises his role as Foghorn Leghorn, but Sylvester is now voiced by Joe Alaskey and Yosemite Sam by Maurice LaMarche, reprising their roles from previous occasions.
- Billy West reprises his role as Elmer Fudd, but Bugs Bunny is now voiced by Joe Alaskey, being his first stint voicing the character.
- This series marked a shift on the Looney Tunes formula by adapting its distinctive style into a sitcom-like format, although keeping slapstick-focused scenarios in its heart.
- The decision of making Lola a little airheaded and more situation-prone was an attempt to make her more than just the TBD tomboy who happens to be Bugs' girlfriend from Space Jam.
- The developers also took inspiration from Babs Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures and Dot Warner from Animaniacs to make her more TBD and fleshed out.
- In addition, to deemphasize her suggestive looks, she now wears TBD.
- The series' developers decided to add the characters from the one-shot The Dover Boys in a semi-regular basis due to finding amusing to take such iconic one-shot characters, especially Dan Backslide, and write new stories for them.
- The characters themselves were slightly redesigned to have a more contemporary design and to fit with the designs of long-established human characters like Granny, Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam.
- Lola owns multiple Hex Girls merchandise.
- Bugs and Lola once dressed as Superman and Lois Lane for Halloween.
- Daffy once told Porky "would you do it for a Scooby Snack?".
- The Pursuit Special was in the background in one episode.
- In one episode, Lola has a blue pill and a red pill on her table.
- Mojo Jojo appeared in a zoo.
- The Joker has a voiced cameo in the episode Sylvester and Tweety's Job as a customer.
- The Batmobile appears in the background.
- Collin the Speedy Boy appears in the background of a poster.
- Daffy once ate a Scooby Snack.
- Elmer once wore the Jason Voorhees mask.
- Bugs once said "Executives are the reason Hollywood sank low. What's next? Space Jam 2 with soccer stars rather than basketball?", with Daffy nervously replying "Of course not", hiding a paper saying "Space Jam 2 co-star: David Beckham or Ronaldo".