This Thanksgiving, Cartoon Network will count its blessings with a 12-hour marathon of favorite Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends episodes, beginning at 7 a.m. ET/PT. The event will lead up to the television premiere of Good Wilt Hunting, the first-ever, one-hour Fosters movie. “Good Wilt Hunting will explore how each character responds to meeting his or her original child-creator…and send the entire gang on a nationwide hunt to find good-natured Wilt’s secret owner.”
Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends Gives Thanks for Friends in First Feature Movie
Premiere of Good Wilt Hunting and a hearty helping of episodes on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 23
Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends is full of thanks this Thanksgiving with the premiere of its first ever one-hour Cartoon Network Studios original movie, Good Wilt Hunting and a 12-hour marathon of the most thankful episodes. While the turkey’s cooking, check out favorite episodes of Mac, Bloo and the gang beginning at 7 a.m. (ET, PT). But the night’s not over with the last piece of pumpkin pie – the premiere of Good Wilt Hunting airs at 7 p.m. (ET, PT), and viewers will meet the imaginary friends’ creators for the first time.
After once again having no visitor at the Foster’s Creator Reunion Picnic, a lonely Wilt sets out across the country in hopes of reuniting with his long lost creator, in Good Wilt Hunting. Uncertain as to why Wilt left, Bloo and the Foster’s gang set out on a road trip to find him. Hindered by Bloo’s far-out theories and Wilt’s overly good nature, the chase takes many unexpected twists and turns and all the while we come to learn about Wilt’s mysterious past.
To celebrate the premiere of Good Wilt Hunting and honor National Adoption month, Cartoon Network serves up brand new episodes of Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends every Friday in November at 7 p.m. (ET, PT). The new episodes are full of adventure and shenanigans when Bloo decides to open his own home for imaginary friends, while Mac must save the house from a conning new imaginary friend and Goo can’t stop creating bad guy characters from a game of make-believe.
One of Cartoon Network’s Emmy Award-winning, top rated original series, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends is now in its fourth season and has also been greenlit for a fifth season.