What's New, Scooby-Doo?

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What's New, Scooby-Doo?
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Created by George Doty IV
Jim Krieg
Ed Scharlach
Network The WB
Production company Warner Bros. Animation
Distributor Warner Bros. Television
Original release September 14, 2002July 21, 2006
Run time 21-22 minutes
Starring Frank Welker
Casey Kasem
Grey DeLisle
Mindy Cohn
Executive producer(s) Joseph Barbera
Sander Schwartz
Producer(s) Ed Scharlach
George Doty IV
Jim Krieg
Chuck Sheetz
Margaret M. Dean
Kathryn Page
Music composed by Gigi Meroni
Rich Dickerson
Writer(s) George Doty IV
Jim Krieg
Ed Scharlach
Director(s) Russell Calabrese
Tim Maltby
Tom Mazzocco
Swinton Scott
Joe Sichta
Chuck Sheetz
Scott Jeralds
Collette Sunderman (voices)
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What's New, Scooby-Doo? is an American animated supernatural mystery-comedy television series created by George Doty IV, Jim Krieg, and Ed Scharlach. It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) for The WB's Saturday morning children's programming block, Kids' WB. It ran from 2002 to 2006, airing 42 episodes, which included three specials, that spanned three seasons. It was the ninth Scooby-Doo series after Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Now living in the 21st century, Mystery Incorporated has all the current gadgets at their disposal to help with solving crimes and ghost-related mysteries, such as a GPS for the Mystery Machine, cell phones for the gang, and tracking down leads via the internet.

The entire series has been released on DVD.



The series was announced as having been picked up and put into production by The WB on January 15, 2002, under the working title of All New Scooby-Doo! The Animated Series.[1]



The theme song, also called "What's New, Scooby-Doo?," was written by Rich Dickerson and Gigi Meroni, and performed by Simple Plan. The music was also composed by Meroni and Dickerson.


Title Original air date
1x01 September 14, 2002
1x02 September 21, 2002
1x03 September 28, 2002
1x04 October 5, 2002
1x05 October 26, 2002
1x06 November 2, 2002
1x07 November 9, 2002
1x08 November 23, 2002
1x09 November 30, 2002
1x10 December 13, 2002
1x11 February 1, 2003
1x12 February 15, 2003
1x13 February 22, 2003
1x14 March 22, 2003
2x01 September 13, 2003
2x02 September 20, 2003
2x03 September 27, 2003
2x04 October 4, 2003
2x05 October 18, 2003
2x06 October 24, 2003
2x07 October 25, 2003
2x08 March 20, 2004
2x09 March 22, 2004
2x10 March 23, 2004
2x11 March 24, 2004
2x12 March 25, 2004
2x13 March 26, 2004
2x14 March 27, 2004
3x01 January 29, 2005
3x02 February 5, 2005
3x03 February 11, 2005
3x04 February 12, 2005
3x05 February 19, 2005
3x06 February 26, 2005
3x07 March 5, 2005
3x08 March 12, 2005
3x09 March 19, 2005
3x10 March 27, 2005
3x11 April 2, 2005
3x12 April 9, 2005
3x13 April 16, 2005
3x14 July 12, 2006


Celebrity guests


In popular culture

  • In the Baby Looney Tunes episode "The Wheel Deal," when the kids are trying to build a new bike for Tweety, it resembles the Mystery Machine, which is accompanied by a jingle of the What's New, Scooby-Doo? theme song, but a dissatisfied Bugs says, "I'm about to give up the ghost here."


  1. ^ Press release (January 15, 2002). "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? On Kids' WB!". Warner Bros. Retrieved July 28, 2022.