An 'Animaniacs' Reboot In the Works With Steven Spielberg to Develop

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Animation. Fans can thank Netflix if this new version ultimately comes to pass, because the original series has apparently "experienced a new surge in popularity" since it became available on the streaming service previous year.

We will bring you more information concerning the Animaniacs reboot when it becomes available.

The show followed the adventures of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, the Warner siblings who lived inside the water tower on the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank.

The series also had a number of side stories involving the likes of the mafia-movie pigeons "GoodFeathers", a cranky, geriatric cartoon star named Slappy the Squirrel, and, easily the most popular of the bunch, "Pinky and the Brain", about two lab mice trying to take over the world.

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As of now, the project hasn't found a network to call home, though in today's age of the reboots and revivals, the show probably won't have an issue.

The original series ran 99 episodes from 1993-1998. Animation are working on reviving the 1990's hit animated series Animaniacs. Spielberg is reportedly involved in the rebooting process.

The hit 1990s cartoon show Animaniacs might be returning with a new version.The show surged back in popularity since arriving in Netflix previous year, and now according to IndieWire, legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg, who developed the original show, will be on board for the reboot. Fast forward to 2017 and yep, you guessed it: a reboot is in development. Nothing is certain yet, but according to the report, the show's original producer Steven Spielberg will be part of this new version.