Reading through the reviews, there are certain things that both the children and the parents are not understanding. First, for the parents, you're all saying that it's inappropriate for the targeted age group, but you're mistaken. Just because it shares a channel with other 7 year old friendly shows, it does NOT mean that this is for children that age - Nickelodeon shows share a channel with Nick @ Nite, do they not? I am appalled that Commonsense Media would rate this show for 7 year olds. Though I don't believe that the content isn't meant to be taken seriously, 7 year olds are extremely influential; with the amount of rudeness and dark jokes, it's not something I'd recommend for that age group. I would, however, say this is perfect for moderately mature 10 year olds and up.
Next, I want to address the children and teenagers on the weebsite. You say that this is a bad show simply because it's not like the original show - but that's the whole point. The writers were trying to make a joke out of it by making a sort of sitcom styled show. It's what the Looney Tunes would be like if it were a sitcom - but this is by no means meant to be a reboot of the original show.
I give this show 5 stars because they do not try to make a politically correct show, but at the same time it's not crude and or obnoxious - hence, all the humor is preserved. Plus, I rather do like the sitcom type spin they put on it. They made it an adult *styled* show without having to make in an "adult show".
There may be a few innuendos littered here and there but (if the kids catch on, which they most likely will) what it leads to is honestly not inappropriate - just unexpected. There's only one instance of violence that made me cringe a little bit: when Daffy was trying to get away from Porky (thinking Porky was a deranged serial killer) and he kicked him in the head to knock him out. That's the only thing that (even though Porky was okay afterwards) wasn't comical at all but just plain disturbing.
This is a very well written show (unlike every other show on CN currently (in my opinion)) and it's something both kids and adults can find hilarious - albeit for different reasons.