Originally conceived by Spielberg as a followup to his Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs quickly established itself as a major animation success story of the 1990s, and has since gone down as one of the most beloved properties of its era. Soon enough, we'll have the Animaniacs theme song stuck in our heads again.
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After almost two decades in captivity, the Warner Bros. Though, we can assume Wakko, Yakko and Dot will be back in the water tower housed on the Warner Bros. lot where they've reportedly been since the 1930s.
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Famous Animaniacs characters like Pinky and the Brain were given long skits during the initial Animaniacs episodes, and the two lab mice became so popular that they tried to take over the world with their own show. Animaniacs included some gangster-talking bird characters known as the Goodfeathers, a couple of whom were clearly modeled after Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci's characters in Goodfellas - a movie I didn't see until years later. This, in turn, has allowed Animaniacs to remain a favorite among young adults who grew up watching the show today - an audience that will no doubt have something to say about this reboot of the franchise.
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Spielberg was extremely hands-on for the earlier seasons of the original show, and it is a good sign that his name is being attached to the Animaniacs reboot.