Cartoon Network Introduces Fourth ‘Powerpuff Girl’ in The Powerpuff Girls: Power of Four Movie Event.
Meet Bliss, the long-lost older sister to Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup! Bliss has returned to Townsville to learn the true strength of her incredible powers —which include flight, teleportation, telekinesis and super strength! Bliss made her on-screen debut on Cartoon Network today in the five-part movie event, The Powerpuff Girls: Power of Four.
Long before he created Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, Professor Utonium created a little girl named Bliss who embodied all of the same traits: she was smart, sweet and incredibly powerful. After a mysterious disappearance, she hasn’t been seen by anyone for years. Now, as a teenager, Bliss has returned to discover she has three incredible superhero sisters! Stronger together and reunited as a family at last, the four Powerpuff Girls work together and use their powers to save the day—before bedtime.
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Cartoon Network is the leading kids’ brand in the Philippines. Its dedicated Philippine channel offers the best in original animated comedies including the multi-award-winning global hits Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, Mighty Magiswords, The Amazing World of Gumball and Adventure Time. Cartoon Network is available in 29 countries throughout Asia Pacific and is currently seen in more than 135 million pay-TV homes. Online, Cartoon Network reaches millions more via its websites and apps including Cartoon Network Watch and Play and Cartoon Network Anything. In Asia Pacific, Cartoon Network is created and distributed by Turner, a Time Warner company.
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Turner Asia Pacific creates and distributes award-winning brands throughout the region, running 61 channels in 14 languages in 42 countries. These include CNN International, CNNj, CNN, HLN, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang, POGO, Toonami, Warner TV, Oh!K, TNT, TCM Turner Classic Movies, truTV, MondoTV, TABI Channel, and HBO, HBO HD and WB in South Asia. Turner manages the business of Pay- and Free-TV-channels, as well as Internet-based services, and oversees commercial partnerships with various third-party media ventures; it teams with Warner Bros. and HBO to leverage Time Warner’s global reach. Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, Inc. (“Turner Asia Pacific”) is a Time Warner company.