THQ's Tak makes TV debut

Computer-animated show featuring Power of Juju star premieres tonight on Nickelodeon.


THQ's Tak series hasn't seen a new game released in almost two years, but the franchise is set to emerge from its slumber tonight. THQ partner Nickelodeon is set to air the first half-hour episode of its computer-animated Tak and the Power of Juju series tonight at 8 p.m. EST.

Like the games, the TV show takes place in a tribal fantasy world and follows a teenage shaman's apprentice who must use the sacred power of juju to thwart the plans of the evil Tlaloc. The show boasts a cast of celebrity voice actors, with the voice of Tak being provided by Hal Sparks (Talk Soup, Queer as Folk), with Patrick Warburton (The Venture Brothers, the live-action version of The Tick) reprising his role from the games as Tak's buddy Lok.

For more on Tak, check out GameSpot's reviews of Tak and the Power of Juju, Tak 2: Staff of Dreams, and Tak 3: The Great Juju Challenge.

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