Let’s Roll with Batwheels!

Friends, there are a lot of great shows to watch with our children but every now and then one show stands out. We recently started watching Batwheels on HBO Max/Cartoon Network and this show is a lot of fun! The episodes are short, vibrant, and have great lessons to teach our children (and maybe some adults).

Make sure you are keeping up with the show and catch the appearance of Catwoman in the latest episode. Read more about her appearance and the show below and check out the great mailer we were sent from this awesome show!

Catwoman is sneaking her way onto “Batwheels” this month, and today, Cartoonito’s newest preschool series released a new clip of the stealthy Batman anti-hero voiced by Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez—on the prowl in Gotham City. The upcoming episode, “Rev and Let Rev,” will premiere Monday, Nov. 21 at 10:00 a.m. on Cartoon Network’s Cartoonito block and stream next day on the Cartoonito hub on HBO Max.

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, “Batwheels” marks DC’s first-ever Batman preschool series. The show follows a group of young sentient super-powered vehicles as they defend Gotham City alongside Batman, Robin, and Batgirl. In addition to featuring the first onscreen portrayal of Duke Thomas, the first Black character to don the Robin “R” in the pages of DC comics, the series also introduces preschoolers to a Latina iteration of Selina Kyle as Catwoman.

In the upcoming “Rev and Let Rev” episode, Catwoman tries to evade Robin and his sports car, Redbird, while attempting to get her claws on one of the shiniest trinkets in Gotham City. During the cat chase, Redbird learns that his new muffler modifications may not be the best for catching such an elusive adversary.

More about “Batwheels”

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, “Batwheels” marks DC’s first-ever Batman preschool series, offering young viewers a high-speed, vibrant CGI-animated iteration of the Caped Crusader. Little ones and their families will ride along with an amazing team of super-vehicles—Bam (the Batmobile), Bibi (the Batgirl Cycle), Redbird (Robin’s racecar), Buff (the Bat-Truck), and Batwing (the Bat-plane)—as they help Batman, Batgirl, and Robin keep the streets of Gotham City safe. Whether it’s facing down the Legion of Zoom or one of Gotham City’s notorious Super-Villains, the Batwheels will use their incredible gadgets and creative teamwork to save the day.

Underneath the superhero adventures, “Batwheels” teaches children about what it means to be a hero through its unique “Hero” curriculum. The curriculum aligns with Cartoonito’s Humancentric Learning framework that encourages kids to become the best version of themselves. Every “Batwheels” episode demonstrates a different character strength—self-awareness, concern for others, perseverance, and courage, among others—in overcoming personal and interpersonal challenges and will model how heroes contribute to the greater good.

Cast: The all-star voice cast includes Ethan Hawke (as Bruce Wayne/Batman), Jacob Bertrand (as Bam), Gina Rodriguez (as Catwoman), Xolo Maridueña (as Snowy), Jordan Reed (as Redbird), Madigan Kacmar (as Bibi), Noah Bentley (as Buff), Lilimar (as Batwing), Kimberly D. Brooks (as The Batcomputer), Mick Wingert (as Moe and The Joker) AJ Hudson (as Duke Thomas/Robin), Leah Lewis (as Cassandra Cain/Batgirl), Griffin Burns (as Prank), Alexandra Novelle (as Jetstah), Josey Montana McCoy (as Quizz), Ariyan Kassam (as Ducky), SungWon Cho (as Badcomputer and The Riddler), Tom Kenny (as Crash), Chandni Parekh (as Harley Quinn), Jess Harnell (as The Penguin), Regi Davis (as Mr. Freeze) and James Arnold Taylor (as Toyman).

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