Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. have announced a reboot of the popular anime series, revealing that The Powerpuff Girls will be back again.
The reboot version is being developed by Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe, the creator of The Amazing World of Gumball. It will also include Craig McCracken, the original author of the Powerpuff Girls series. McCracken is also working on a rebooted version of Foster’s Home for preschoolers. This show is an animated series broadcast on Cartoon Network from 2004 to 2009.
“Powerpuff Girls” made its debut on Cartoon Network in 1998, and all 78 episodes were broadcast until the end of 2005. The show also addresses the challenges that supergirls Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup face as they confront the Supervillains and grow up.
“Powerpuff Girls” has already been franchised with spin-offs and reboot versions and was rebooted on Cartoon Network in 2016, with 119 episodes broadcast over three seasons.
And although the live-action version of “Powerpuff Girls” produced by the US CW station that has not seen the light of day is being made, the actor who decided to play the role of Blossom or retake the pilot version in response to adverse opinions from the executives of the broadcasting station Is facing several problems, such as getting off the board.