Turner lit up the Television Critics Association's Winter 2016 Press Tour Thursday with a preview of what's coming across four of its multiplatform brands – TBS, TNT, truTV and Cartoon Network. The day's events included an executive Q&A session with TBS & TNT President Kevin Reilly and panel sessions with stars and producers of such eagerly anticipated new shows as TBS' scripted comedies Angie Tribeca and The Detour; the new TBS late-night series Full Frontal with Samantha Bee; TNT's newly greenlit drama Animal Kingdom; and truTV's first-ever scripted comedy Those Who Can't. In addition, attendees got an early look at clips from TNT's upcoming drama Good Behavior. The morning started with a special Cartoon Network breakfast celebrating the completely re-imagined The Powerpuff Girls.

"Success in today's media universe means having quality programming that resonates with socially connected audiences across a wide range of demos," said David Levy, president of Turner. "We are going to be pushing a lot of boundaries in 2016, not only in the types of content we create but also in how we use that content to connect with viewers across multiple platforms. So we're especially proud this year to be spotlighting some of the extraordinary things happening across the Turner portfolio."

A global content leader across all screens and platforms, Turner reaches three out of every four Americans each month through its top-rated entertainment networks and digital brands. The portfolio includes worldwide leaders in news and kids programming, powerful drama and comedy brands and premier championship sports. Collectively, Turner properties create 15,000 hours of premium original content each year, reaching and engaging the entire range of adult and kid viewers.

You can see photos from the event below, and get a complete rundown on what's coming from TBS, TNT, truTV and Cartoon Network in the Turner pressroom.

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