List of Animaniacs Episodes

List Of Animaniacs Episodes

The following is an episode list for the Warner Bros. animated television series Animaniacs. The series premiered on Fox Kids on September 13, 1993, and then began airing on The WB as part of its "Kids' WB!" afternoon programming block from 1995 to 1998.

Currently, the first 75 episodes are available on DVD. The remaining 24 will be available on February 5, 2013, as part of the fourth and final volume. A feature-length direct-to-video movie, Wakko's Wish, was released on December 21, 1999, but is not included on the list. The series also had a spin-off series Pinky and the Brain.

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