Rugrats may soon return to Nickelodeon. That is the word from Comic Con. Cinema Blend shared the comments made by Arlene Klasky, who co-created the popular animated series.
Just last week, the first images from Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie were released, and now fans of Nickelodeon are curious about the revival of other former series from the network.
Klasky revealed the following about the potential return of Rugrats:
“I don’t know if I’m allowed to talk about that. Let’s just say…We’ve been talking to Nickelodeon. And it’s been a decade since Klasky Csupo went its way. So it’s actually really nice to be embraced by Nick. I hope so.”
Klasky revealed that both Paul Germain and Gabor Csupo are willing to bring the animated series back to life. Another Cinema Blend report revealed just what would happen if the Nickelodeon series was revived for a new generation of kids.
Arlene Klasky said the following:
“Here’s what I think, because I hear from the fans. I think they’re so nostalgic that they want to see the old stuff, but I feel like as creative people, it’s like we can give them that, too. But I think we can change it up somewhat. Because life has changed. Technology has changed. And the life of the kids that watch it now, that are young, is so different than the kids that were watching it ten, twenty years ago. I think you can do some new stuff, but I think that they want to see the nostalgia also. I think it’ll marry. It’ll find its level and I think people will be happy. Very happy.”
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