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The 90s Animated TV Shows that Should Be Remade


Do you remember waking up early on a Saturday morning, pouring yourself a bowl of sugary cereal, and tuning in to your favorite animated TV show? The 90s were a golden age for animated shows that captured the hearts of children and adults alike. From Rugrats to Ren & Stimpy, these shows were the lifeblood of our childhoods and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Now, as we look back on these beloved classics, we can’t help but wonder which 90s animated TV shows deserve a reboot. In this article, we’ll be exploring the top 90s animated TV shows that should be remade for a new generation of viewers.

1. Animaniacs

Who could forget the zany antics of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, the three Warner siblings who ran loose in the Warner Bros. studio lot? In the 90s, Animaniacs was a hit with its catchy songs, pop culture references, and irreverent humor. With the rise of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, the timing is perfect for Animaniacs to make a comeback. A revival of this hit show would be a great opportunity to introduce a new generation to the hilarity of the Warner siblings.

2. Hey Arnold!

Hey Arnold! was a staple of after-school programming in the 90s, and for good reason. Not only was the show hilarious and clever, but it also had a lot of heart. The story of Arnold, the boy with a football-shaped head, and his diverse group of friends, was relatable and inspiring. A reboot of Hey Arnold! would not just be a nostalgia trip, but a chance for a new generation to learn lessons about friendship, empathy, and perseverance.

3. The Magic School Bus

The original Magic School Bus series was a staple of science education in the 90s, with Ms. Frizzle and her class taking wild and wacky journeys inside the human body, into space, and to the center of the earth. With the advancement of animation technology, imagine how amazing a new version of The Magic School Bus could be. A reboot would be the perfect way to rekindle kids’ love for science and exploration.

4. DuckTales

Woo-oo! Who could forget the infectious theme song and the misadventures of Scrooge McDuck and his three grandnephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie? The reboot of DuckTales in 2017 was a great success, but we believe there’s still room for more stories of the adventurous duck family. A sequel to the reboot with more adventures and humor would be a nostalgic treat for adults and a new discovery for kids.

5. Pinky and the Brain

Pinky and the Brain were two lab mice who always had a scheme to take over the world. Their humor was clever and their antics were always entertaining. With the current popularity of animated shows like Rick and Morty and Big Mouth, we think there’s a perfect audience for a reboot of Pinky and the Brain. In a time when the world could use some lighthearted humor, the return of these two lovable mice would be welcomed by viewers of all ages.


The 90s were an unparalleled era of animated TV shows that captured our imaginations and sparked our sense of humor. In many ways, these shows were our childhood. As we look back on these beloved classics, we can’t help but feel nostalgic for the simpler times when we would sit for hours in front of the TV, lost in cartoons. While we cherish these memories, we also believe that there is an opportunity for these shows to make a comeback for a new generation of viewers. Whether it’s Animaniacs, Hey Arnold!, The Magic School Bus, DuckTales, or Pinky and the Brain, the potential for these shows to connect with a new audience is immense. So let’s embrace the past, while also looking forward to a bright animated future.

What were some of your favorite 90s animated TV shows that you would like to see remade? Let us know in the comments section!