Recently, the streaming service inked a deal with Warner Bros. If the wait seems daunting, don't worry: Hulu also announced it is now the exclusive streaming home of the original "Animaniacs", along with "Pinky and the Brain" (plus "Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain") and "Tiny Toon Adventures". The revival joins a Hulu kids-focused library that also includes Teen Titans Go, Curious George, The Powerpuff Girls, Doozers, Adventure Time, Doc McStuffins, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more. All episodes of the original animation, including all spin-offs, will be available to its subscribers starting this week.
Animaniacs, the animated kids' show starring three toon siblings who are possibly cats, possibly dogs, or possibly a nightmare combination of both, is coming to Hulu with brand-new episodes.
Steven Spielberg, who produced the original show, will return to executive produce the revival, which Hulu is billing as its first original scripted series aimed directly at family audiences.
Hulu is bringing back Wakko, Yakko, and Dot. They have been locked away in the Warner Bros. water tower for a very long time, but they have found a way to escape. Each show generally comprised multiple mini-episodes featuring select fan-favorite characters, including Pinky and the Brain, Slappy Squirrel and the Goodfeathers.
Hulu inked a deal that guarantees two new seasons of the insane adventures of the characters on the streaming platform. Animation and Warner Digital Series, and Amblin Television co-presidents Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank also serving as executive producers. In addition, it will also add all 99 episodes of the original cartoons series to its online library. "This marks yet another big move for us as we continue our efforts to be the #1 streaming destination for premium animated content". As part of the deal between Hulu and Warner Bros.
"I am so pleased and proud that Animaniacs will have a home at Hulu", Spielberg said in a news release. Yes, Yakko, Wakko and Dot Animaniacs, from the 90s.