Unless you're a Martian, and possibly even then, you watched Looney Tunes as a little kid. Here's a look back with one of Looney Tunes' greatest talents, Chuck Jones, explaining how he made so many short films everyone on the planet could relate to.

There are very few shows that remain in syndication half a century after they aired, and not just on TV Land or some other network aimed at the olds. Looney Tunes, I suspect, will be playing on humanity's TVs, computer screens, VR headsets, smartphones, and retina chips for as long as there are humans. Possibly even longer, since I highly recommend it to whatever alien or robot archaeologists end up studying our fossils. This retrospective by Every Frame a Painting including archival interviews with Chuck Jones (1912-2002) would be a good place to start.

Sources: Every Frame a Painting