Back To The 90s: 'Rugrats' May Be Coming Back In Fresh New Ways To Your Screens

Nickelodeon may be reviving your favorite Shows Like Rugrats, Hey Arnold, and possibly your entire childhood. No one knows what exactly is coming back to the schedule, but some are speculating the return of a few of the popular ones like Rugrats, Hey Arnold, and the like.

What does this mean to 90s kids? The popular animated Nickelodeon show Rugrats may soon be coming back to your screens. This possibility alone seems to stir up excitement in the air since this is giving most 90s kids a good portion of their childhood memories. According to reports, the network is considering bringing it back in very special ways.

Nickelodeon president of content and development Russell Hicks said, "We are looking at our library to bring back ideas, shows that were loved, in a fresh new way," according to Variety.

This time around, they are going to take a different format altogether, possibly in movies or a live-action series. Many are wondering if this is gong to have any appeal to today's children considering the changes which have taken place over the years and possibly in the area of tastes and preference. Others believe a little tweak to the show and a little modern touch will make a difference in how their children respond.

In a related article by Maxim, the industry is busy recycling old stuff. An all-female Ghostbusters reboot is currently filming in Boston, and The Muppets, Full House, and Prison Break are all coming back to TV in some form.

It is a known fact that The 90s kids are one of the biggest consumers in the United States ranging in age from 25 to 30, and if corporate America creates a product that feeds the interest of the 90s crowd, it will possibly make a lot of money. The Industry probably knows what they are doing.

According to Hicks, the generation that watched Nickelodeon in its earliest days now have children of their own.

"We are getting ready to bring back some of the ones they've told us multiple times they want to have brought back," said Hicks.

Many are of the notion that the effort has quietly begun. Kel Mitchell, co-star of the popular Nickelodeon series Kenan & Kel, will have an ancillary role in Game Shakers, a new series set to debut September 12.

This could also serve as an opportunity for the return for Doug, Clarissa Explains It All, and more.

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