"Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?" News & Discussion Thread (Spoilers)

RoyalRubble

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I guess it depends on how they release it (as in, 2 seasons of 26 episodes each, or 4 seasons of 13 episodes). But so far no Scooby show has lasted longer than 52 episodes.
 

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Yeah, I think RuPaul was a confirmed guest star that will probably be in the second half of the series.
 

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The Scooby Snax Blog compiled a list of guest-stars announced or teased for the show that haven't appeared yet in the 26 episodes released so far.
Blue Falcon and Dyno-Mutt! Well-timed with the Scoob! film :).

I can't believe this show got Morgan Freeman into a children's cartoon :eek: .

I kind of hope one of the "classic" guests is the Harlem Globetrotters for old time's sake :p.
 

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Spoilers, but a few more upcoming guest-stars might be confirmed in artwork from Stephen Silver. (They're the last few designs on the bottom of the page)
Alex Trebek
Liza Koshy
KISS
Tim Gunn
Gigi Hadid
Joey Chestnut
Kristen Schaal
Morgan Freeman
The surprise sequel to the KISS movie we never expected :p.

I'm hyped for the Alex Trebek episode :).
 

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A few more guest-stars, from another one of Stephen Silver's galleries. Note the designs are kind of mixed up in there, and the ones that seem to be for this show aren't specifically listed for Guess Who?, and the celebrities' names aren't mentioned either. Feel free to correct me if any of the listed below are incorrect or I missed some.
Tara Lipinski
Sean Astin
Macklemore
Jessica Biel
Lucy Liu
Kacey Musgraves
 

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