Seven years had passed since Don Bluth's original All Dogs Go To Heaven had been released in theatres. A sequel followed, and in 1996, MGM decided to give it a go with a weekly series.
Steven Weber (ex-Wings) takes over the role of Charlie, who had been voiced by Burt Reynolds in the first film, and Charlie Sheen in the sequel, heading up an all-star voice cast that also includes some of the performers who were in the movies, including Dom DeLuise, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Bebe Neuwirth (ex-Cheers). Oscar winner Ernest Borgnine replaced Vic Tayback (ex-Alice) as the villain.
Sadly, I never saw the show, so there won't be a rating. Hulu brings us the opener.