Why Cartoon Network CANCELLED OK K.O. Let's Be Heroes, Revealed
OK K.O. Let's Be Heroes ended in 2019 after Cartoon Network cancelled it early. The series finale was incredible, but why was it actually cancelled? Creator Ian Jones-Quartey appeared in an interview to reveal the truth and talk about the strange reason we didn't get any more episodes.
Let's Be Heroes still stands out among other Cartoon Network shows, and it's a true gem that new viewers are constantly discovering. If you're interested in watching Ian JQ's love letter to video games, anime, and classic Cartoon Network, the series is available on HBO Max!
FULL INTERVIEW: www.tv.creativetalentnetwork.com/special-guest-creator-ian-jones-quartey-of-ok-k-o-lets-be-heroes
1:32 Ian JQ reveals what happened
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