'Animaniacs' Is The Latest '90s Show To Get The Reboot Treatment

'Animaniacs' is your latest childhood obsession to get a reboot

This 'Animaniacs' Reboot Will Give You Major '90s Nostaglia

Besides becoming a generational centerpiece, Animaniacs also achieved notable awards right out the gate in 1994, winning the Peabody Award along with Daytime Emmy wins for Music Direction and Song. Now, 18 years after anything zany to the max has been produced, IndieWire is reporting that a reboot is in the cards, with Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment back to make it happen. After the Disney Afternoon established an entire block of ducks and their tales and dark wings, and bears both gummy and airborne, it seemed only proper for Warner Bros to get in on the game as well.

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Animaniacs was an incredibly silly but important program during its run between 1993 and 1995 on Fox Kids and '95-'99 on Kids WB. At the time of writing this, little else is known about the show (including, where it will air and possible cast members), but fans can expect to see the small screen return of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot in the near future - in addition to equally memorable characters, like Pinky and the Brain.

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If you grew up during the 1990s and had access to a television, then in all probability, the brilliant cartoon Animaniacs had a significant influence on your childhood. The most famous of those were the three siblings Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, as well as Pinky and the Brain. The gangster-talking pigeons called the Goodfeathers were obviously supposed to represent Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci's characters in Goodfellas. Considering that Netflix's Animaniacs episodes are already very popular, it's widely speculated that Netflix would be the flawless launching pad. No one knows for certain, although the report did say Spielberg is "expected to be on board in crafting the updated version".

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