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Oggy And The Cockroaches On Cartoon Network

In an Asia Pacific deal announced earlier this year, Cartoon Network acquired the animated comedy series – Oggy and the Cockroaches. The show is slated to premiere on July 16 and will air every Monday-Friday at 3pm only on Cartoon Network India.

The series revolves around Oggy, a big, sleek cat who likes watching TV, listening to music and munching on fries in the bath. In short: A cat whose ambitions don’t go beyond living an easy life, in an easy house. However, his smooth existence is made disdainful by three cockroaches that never stop troubling Oggy now and then. Also Cartoon Network will be launching a contest too based on Oggy and the Cockroaches called Oggy di New House Party.

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