New Shenanigans in Store for Hit Series Foster�s Home for Imaginary Friends
New Episodes Kick it Off April 28 at 7 p.m. (ET, PT)
Mischief and adventures with Mac and Bloo ensue when Foster�s Home for Imaginary Friends returns with new episodes Friday nights at 7 p.m. (ET, PT) with an encore at 10 p.m. (ET, PT), beginning April 28, during Fridays. In the new episodes Mac and the gang face some fearsome challenges, like Super Hero Imaginary Friends, uncovering a mysterious house photo and neighborhood kids making funny faces. The popular series from Craig McCracken, creator of The Powerpuff Girls, airs Monday-Thursday at 8:30 p.m. (ET, PT) in addition to its time slot on Fridays at 7 p.m. (ET, PT).
The hit Cartoon Network series is set for a big year beginning with all-new episodes, themed programming events and a new TV movie introducing new characters, which premieres this fall.
In Foster�s Home for Imaginary Friends, the shy Mac has the perfect alter ego in his imaginary friend Blooregard Q. Kazoo. Bloo is the impulsive and brash creature who lives at Foster�s Home for Imaginary Friends, a haven for wayward imaginary friends like Wilt, Eduardo, Coco and others who have been separated from the kids who invented them. New episodes air Fridays at 7 p.m. (ET, PT).
Friday, April 28: �Challenge of the Superfriends� � When Mac is recruited to be the sidekick of a Super Hero Imaginary Friend, Bloo becomes jealous and joins forces with a Super Villain Imaginary Friend.
Friday, May 5: �The Big Picture� � Everyone prepares for the annual house photo as Mac and Bloo try to find the answer behind a weird house photo taken years ago.
Friday, May 12: �Squeeze the Day� � Mac and Bloo are left alone in the Foster�s house and try to have the best day of their lives.
Friday, May 19: �Neighbor Pains� � A kid across the street from Foster�s Home for Imaginary Friends torments Bloo by making faces at him.
One of Cartoon Network�s top rated original series, Foster�s Home for Imaginary Friends is now in its fourth season and has also been greenlit for a fifth season.
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