In the days of reboots, re-launches, re-introductions, and re-imaginings it should comes as no surprise that just about everything is on the table, even children's programming.
According to Indiewire.com and other media outlets, Animaniacs, a cartoon series brought to us by Steven Speilberg's Amblin Entertainment, is next in line for the reboot treatment. The original series aired from 1993 to 1998 and centered around the adventures of three siblings; Yack, Wacko, and Dot, who spend their days making mischief on the grounds of Warner Brothers studio lot. The show also came equipped with sketches, an unforgettable supporting cast, and some of the best examples of parody to come out of the 1990's. This idea gained momentum as older episodes of the series premiered on Netflix and even though as of now nothing is confirmed, the announcement is sure to churn the wheels of nostalgia for those who grew up watching the show.
Let's not forget that aside from the Warner Brothers and Sister, Animaniacs came with a deep corral of unforgettable characters that are long overdue for a return to the small screen. This reboot may give audiences the opportunity to experience the likes of Pinky and The Brain, Chicken-Boo, The Goodfeathers, and Slappy Squirrel one more time... and we can't wait!
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