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United States streaming platform Hulu has teamed up with Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros.to make two brand new seasons.
The streaming service announced on Thursday, Jan. 4, that the 1993 cartoon series, Animaniacs, is getting a modern-day revival. Animation to bring back the beloved kid's franchise on the small screen. They have been locked away in the Warner Bros. water tower for a very long time, but they have found a way to escape. It followed The Warner brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and the Warner sister, Dot. Each show generally comprised multiple mini-episodes featuring select fan-favorite characters, including Pinky and the Brain, Slappy Squirrel and the Goodfeathers.
Yakko, Wakko, Dot and the rest of the wide cast of "totally insaney" characters will be returning for a two-season order on the streaming service. In addition, it will also add all 99 episodes of the original cartoons series to its online library.More news: Dark Souls: Remastered confirmed for PC, release date set
Under the deal, the streamer has also landed the library rights to Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, the subsequent Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain and the complete Tiny Toon Adventures collection. Steven Spielberg will reprise his role as an executive producer for the series, which kicks off in 2020. He will return as an executive producer along with Sam Register of Warner Bros. Animation and Amblin Television.
"I am so pleased and proud that Animaniacs will have a home at Hulu", Spielberg said in a news release.More news: King supports president's signing of act to keep opioids out of US