that children and the world of children and youth have announced that there will be 26 new episodes and a film that will be released in cinemas in November 2020.
"The Rugrats is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated animation series in the history of television and we are delighted that a whole new audience can meet these characters in new adventures," said Sarah Levy, Viacom Media Networks director, in statements collected by Deadline.
They believe that the series was as successful as it was in its premiere in 1991 because "children are fascinated by the world of babies," according to Levy. But it also has a nice way for parents to share a reference with their children. At the end of the day, many of those who grew up with these drawings issued between 1991 and 2004 are now parents today.
Created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, and Paul Germain, the Rugrats focus on the adventures of babies like Tommie, Chuckie and the twins Phil and Lil, they carried many adventures while their parents never quite saw them. There was also Angelica, a little bit older, very irritating and always trying to frustrate the planes.
The series had a total of 172 episodes aired during nine seasons, three movies released in cinemas and two Daytime Emmy titles. If it works, these 26 episodes commissioned in an appetizer of everything that is to come, in addition to the film scheduled for 2020, which will try to innovate and show the characters created by CGI (Computer Generate Image).
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