It’s Official! ‘Rugrats’ Reboot To Include Full Series & Live Action Film

Published: Monday 16th Jul 2018 by Rashad

80’s & 90’s babies ready to stroll down memory lane rejoice!

Nickelodeon’s ‘Rugrats,’ a beloved cartoon fixture of many of our childhoods, is the latest of a number of series from the early 90’s being afforded a modern day reboot.  After years of questions surrounding the return of the Emmy-award winning show (which aired its last episode in 2004), it appears its home network has not only confirmed the show’s coming back, but in a big way!

Look inside to find out when you’ll be able to learn the latest happenings of Tommy, Chuckie, Phil & Lil, Susie, Angelica, and the rest of the gang:

The popular ’90s kids’ cartoon is being revived for a new 26-episode season on Nickelodeon and a live-action movie (the latter with CGI characters) for the big screen, it was announced Monday. The rebooted series and film will reunite beloved characters Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Susie and Angelica, while also introducing new faces.

Original series creators Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo and Paul Germain will return to the reboot as executive producers. Production is already underway in Burbank, California, with additional news — including premiere date and castings — to be announced in the coming months.

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While there’s been no official date released (as of time reported) for the rebooted television, the live action film – on the other hand – is headed your way soon!

The movie will be written by David Goodman and is slated for a Nov. 13, 2020 release by Paramount Players, a division of Paramount Pictures. 

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  1. Ughhh July 16, 2018

    Yassssss! All the good content was in the 90’s and early 2000’s! No one is here for the bs they be playing on Nickelodeon and Disney these days. The live action film, with cgi babies sounds scary though

  2. DIABETES UNBOTHERED July 16, 2018

    i remember being obsessed with the Teen Version of the rugrats as a teen myself. also remember when the Full Movie of teenage rugrats came on WITHOUT a connercial break. It was a huge deal for me as a fan of the kid version. Kids today have no idea the quality they missed out on (from the 90s-2007) when creativity was at it’s peek

    • Lmfao_Hoe July 16, 2018

      OMG yess straight facts

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