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Rocko's Modern Life Resurrected for TV Movie

News Bot Aug 12, 2016

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    Nickelodeon is making a Rocko's Modern Life TV movie, it has been announced.
    According to Entertainment Weekly, the movie will be a one-hour TV special featuring all the main characters from the classic '90s animated show. Fans may be happy to learn, too, that creator Joe Murray is back in an executive producer role for the film, which is being made at Nickelodeon Animation Studios.

    "I'm very happy to be rejoining Rocko and my friends from O-Town again," Murray said. "What I have found by bringing these characters back is that it's not so much about nostalgia, but a sense that they still feel relevant and fresh to me, and after 20 years, they can't wait to comment on modern life in the 21st century. They still have a lot to say."
    Rocko's Modern Life originally ran for four seasons from 1993 to 1996. The announcement of the TV movie came on August 11, which is the exact 25th anniversary of the Nicktoons brand that debuted in 1991 with Doug, Rougrats, and The Ren & Stimpy Show.
    "Greenlighting a Rocko's Modern Life special is another strong example of how we are bringing our library content back for both new audiences and the generation that grew up on them in the '90s," Nickelodeon's Chris Viscardi said in a statement. "It's a testament to the strength and appeal of these characters that so many people have loved Nick animation for these last 25 years, and we are excited to bring them back for new stories and adventures."
    There is no word yet on what the TV movie will be called, who will appear in it, or when it will be released. It's just the latest TV movie based on a classic Nickelodeon show, as Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie is also on the way.


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