Storm Hawks' Death-Defying Adventure Lands on Cartoon Network
Latest Action-Adventure Series to Premiere Monday, June 4, at 7 p.m. (ET, PT)
Storm Hawks, the latest action series to premiere on Cartoon Network, depicts the adventures of five mismatched teens as they struggle to defend their people from an evil empire. These young Storm Hawks are armed with transforming flying motorcycles as they fight some of the nastiest villains ever to hit the skies. Storm Hawks will air Mondays beginning June 4 as part of the Cartoon Network's summer programming line-up where new episodes of hit shows premiere every Monday - Thursday at 7 p.m. (ET, PT).
No Sky Knight squadron was more legendary than the Storm Hawks, but that was before they were defeated by the evil forces of Cyclonia. Now the newly assembled Storm Hawks squad, Aerrow, Radarr, Piper, Junko, Stork and Finn, will send anyone who dares try and clip their wings into a serious tailspin. Too young to have fear (or a pilot's license), the new Storm Hawks are burning rubber and cracking rudders on an adventure that will take your breath away, or just make you lose your lunch. From the gnarly waves of Tropica to the snow-peaked mountains of Blizzaris, who knew that a dangerous quest could be this much fun?
Storm Hawks is produced by Nerd Corps Entertainment, and was created by the company's founder, Asaph Fipke.
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