Nickelodeon’s hit children’s show “Rugrats” is making a comeback once again, the studio announced on Wednesday, on Paramount’s new streaming service.
The show – which had previously run on Nickelodeon for nine seasons over 13 years before being canceled in 2004 – will surprise its original cast in their roles again according to a report In diversity.
Nickelodeon Animation President Ramsi Nito said for Investors Day, “Rugrats is one of the most iconic cartoons identified by fans around the world, and this original version is one that we take great care and pride in creating for a new audience.” are doing.”
“Putting the voice behind these special characters is one of the essential pieces in making the show recognizable and we can’t wait to bring this talented group back to life.”
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The trailer also revealed a new style of animation for the revival – a centerpiece of Paramount Plus’ (formally CBS All Access) that was later launched in 2021.
“Rugrats” won a four-day Emmy Award and six Kids’ Choice Awards during its original run, which began in 1991.