they tried on several occasions to go back to the original Looney Tunes shorts formula, and it's not a matter of whether or not you thought they were funny or entertaining; they just weren't as profitable now as they were in their original time period.
Although if I had a chance to reboot Looney Tunes, I'd go batshit insane with it.
The series begins with a classic Wile E. Coyote chase, except this time, Wile E. Coyote gets killed. Graphically. And the Road Runner realizes this. Not wanting a body on his hands, he escapes into the desert. Days go by.
Yosemite Sam finds Wile's body out in the desert, looking for anything worth salvaging for a buck or a meal. Bugs Bunny is roaming the desert in a Chevy Jim Morrison-style, when he comes across Yosemite Sam and Wile's body.
Road Runner goes half-way across the country. The only one to turn to is Lola Bunny, but she's a woman in trouble. Someone has placed a hit on her; and while Elmer Fudd attempts to "kill the wabbit", she is getting plagued by horrible dreams of the Dodos.
The Tazmanian Devil was one of Wile's last friends. He hears of his death, and doesn't taken well. In an emotional drunken bender, he thinks he sees Road Runner in a bar. He actually sees Daffy Duck, about to skip town with a large sum of money he's stolen from the man who hired Elmer Fudd to kill Lola.
As Lola and Road Runner prepare to run off in the middle of the night, Daffy runs into them as Elmer and Taz attempt to gun them all down. They escape. Taz dies, but Elmer survives and follows them to the desert.
Marvin the Martian is a paranoid schizo, living out in the desert trying to get signals back to his old planet. Bugs goes to him for room and rent, when he spots Lola, Daffy, and Road Runner hauling ass in the desert with Elmer on their tail.
Bugs gets into a car chase with Elmer, and causes Elmer to flip out. Bugs runs up to Daffy, Lola, and Road Runner to find that Lola has been knocked unconscious.