USA: Season 4 Of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Guest Starring David Tennant Premieres October 25th On Nickelodeon

Season 4 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will have its American premiere on Sunday 25th October on Nickelodeon according to the show's official Twitter account (UPDATE - now confirmed during the TMNT panel at New York Comic Con).

Following the emotional and earth-shattering finale of Season 3 on Sunday, the four amphibious heroes found themselves pulled back from the brink of certain death by the timely appearance of the Fugitoid, a fugitive android who rescued them in his spaceship. David Tennant is set to guest star in a thirteen-episode story arc through the new season, voicing the fan-favourite comic book character, formerly the scientist Professor Zayton Honeycutt, whose mind became trapped inside the android when his own body was destroyed.

David joins regular cast members Sean Astin, Seth Green, Rob Paulsen, Greg Cipes and Mae Whitman in the fourth season of the hugely popular Nickelodeon animated series. Other guest stars for Season 4 will include Ron Perlman, Zelda Williams, Lucy Lawless and Peter Stormare.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Season 4, Episode 1 - Beyond The Known Universe
The turtles go through time to discover the back story behind Shredder and Splinter.

The start time for the episode is to be confirmed by Nickelodeon but it is expected to be in the show's usual timeslot of 11am ET/PT.

Episode 2, The Moons Of Thalos 3, premieres on November 1st.

See a preview of David in action as the Fugitoid here: 


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