Tom and Jerry in New York

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Tom and Jerry in New York
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Network: HBO Max
Production company: Warner Bros. Animation
Cartoon Network Studios
Renegade Animation
Distributor: WarnerMedia Direct
Original release: July 1, 2021
Starring: Grey Griffin
Stephen Stanton
Rick Zieff
Executive producer(s): Sam Register
Producer(s): Ashley Postelwaite
Darrell Van Citters
Kimberly S. Moreau
Angela O'Sullivan
Music composed by: Dan Blessinger
Jim Covell
Writer(s): Will Finn
Director(s): Darrell Van Citters
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Tom and Jerry in New York is a 2021 American animated slapstick comedy TV series produced by Warner Animation (WBA), Cartoon Network Studios, and Renegade Animation for the HBO Max VSOD service. It is the sixth Tom and Jerry series after Hanna-Barbera's The Tom & Jerry Show.

Acting as a spin-off to the live-action/animated film Tom & Jerry, Tom & Jerry continue to live at the Royal Gate Hotel, unleashing mayhem for other residents of not only the hotel but for the rest of New York.

As it happens, the Royal Gate Hotel is the only connection to the movie, and for all intent and purposes, acts more like a direct sequel to the fifth series, The Tom and Jerry Show, which began in 2014 and ended in 2021, just a few months before Tom and Jerry in New York began.



On October 29, 2019, during WarnerMedia's demo presentation of HBO Max's home page, half of an image of the series was glimpsed as one of their Max Originals.[1] On May 28, 2020, the day after HBO Max's launch, WarnerMedia posted a video on Twitter previewing what was to come with the title of Tom and Jerry in the Big City flashing up.[2]

On June 10, 2021, WarnerMedia finally made an official announcement, confirming that it would be a continuation (or at the very least be inspired by) the aforementioned film, that Darrell Van Citters and Ashley Postelwaite of Renegade Animation were producing, with Citters also directing (as they had done on The Tom and Jerry Show), and President of WBA producing Sam Register executive producing.[3]

A trailer was released on June 17, 2021.


The music was composed by Dan Blessinger, Jim Covell, and Ithamar Ben Zimra. The theme music was performed by Blessinger and Covell, adapted from lyrics written by Scott Bradley, who worked on the original MGM theatrical shorts.


Title Number Air date
"Put a Ring On It" / "Come Fly with Me" / "Bubble Gum Crisis" / "Mousequerade" 1x01 July 1, 2021
"Museum Peace" / "Here Kite-y Kite-y" / "Street Wise Guys" / "Chameleon Story" 1x02 July 1, 2021
"Telepathic Tabby" / "Shoe-In" / "It's a Gift" / "Stormin' the Doorman" 1x03 July 1, 2021
"The Great Donut Robbery" / Torpedon't" / "Billboard Jumble" / "Horticulture Clash" 1x04 July 1, 2021
"Room Service Robots" / "Coney Island Adventure" / "Scents and Sensibility" / "Wrecking Ball" 1x05 July 1, 2021
"Cat Hair" / "Shhh!" / "Torched Song" / "Quacker's Lucky Penny" 1x06 July 1, 2021
"Ready Teddy" / "Swiss Cuckoo" / "Dream Team" / "Private Tom" 1x07 July 1, 2021


Premiere dates of countries are in order of release:


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  1. ^ Matheus Pronunciate (October 30, 2019). "WarnerMedia Day Live Stream Event" (at 1:26:37). YouTube. Retrieved June 11, 2021.
  2. ^ WarnerMedia (May 28, 2020) "#HBOMax is here! 🥳 Our groundbreaking streaming platform features iconic and beloved programming from across the WarnerMedia portfolio, a roster of new Max Originals, & fan-favorite acquired franchises & films." (at 1:40). Twitter. Retrieved June 11, 2021.
  3. ^ The Futon Critic. Retrieved June 11, 2021.
  4. ^ Corus Entertainment (June 8, 2021). "Corus Entertainment Debuts Its Biggest Slate of Specialty Series Ever". Corus. Retrieved June 10, 2021.