A new cartoon, Snake, by Japanese cartoonist Ryoji Okamoto, is getting the green light from Disney, according to reports in The New York Times.
The show will debut on Cartoon Network on July 12th.
The first episode will air as a special Disney-sponsored series, which will include a “special behind-the-scenes” feature on the show’s creators.
It will air in its entirety at 10:30pm on Cartoon Networks on July 11.
The Cartoon Network animated series will air its first episode in Japan on July 15.
Cartoon Network, owned by Disney, has long been the home of animated shows such as Avatar, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Lion King, and many others.
It has also produced and distributed shows for Disney’s various platforms, including the ABC Kids, Disney XD, Disney Movies, Disney Junior, Disney Play DVR, and Disney XD+.