A ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ Reboot Is Coming To Cartoon Network
if I were Baby ’90s or ’00s Who was stuck on Cartoon Network as a kid, you’ll probably remember him The Powerpuff Girls series. Fans of the show should prepare themselves for feelings of nostalgiawhere “Perfect Little Girls” is set to make a comeback in a brand new reboot.
In case you’ve forgotten, the beloved series centered around three sisters – Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles, who were made with sugar, spices, and everything beautiful by their scientist father, Professor Utonium. The show’s creator, Craig McCracken, was behind the remake, which means it has to be pretty real for the original series.
McCracken began his career at Hanna-Barbera Cartoons in 1992. Sam Register – President of Cartoon Network Studios told Variety: An opportunity we can’t miss. He continued, “Besides his unparalleled sense of fun and imagination, he has brought forth two of his greatest works The Powerpuff Girls series And the Foster’s House of Imaginary FriendsWe are very excited to have these characters as part of the new legacy taking shape at the studio.”
McCracken is no stranger to making animations for Cartoon Network. It’s also creative Foster’s House of Imaginary Friends Which will be back on the channel side by side The Powerpuff Girls series. The latter’s reboot comes nearly two decades after the show ended in 2005. According to Variety, it will see faces both familiar and new as the trio continue to fight evil.
The show proved popular during its original run, winning two Emmy Awards and receiving nominations multiple times for others, including Nickolodean Kids’ Choice Awards. With six seasons and 78 episodes in total, it’s fair to say that The Powerpuff Girls series He had a good career and a strong fan base. Cartoons also produced *lots* of merchandise from pillows (which I totally had) to pencils.