With the whole slew of reboots coming out such as Fuller House on Netflix, Girl Meets World on Disney Channel and Ducktales for Disney XD, Youtube is no stranger to this trope, as HA Animation (fanmade company/Youtube channel) has brought back some of your beloved classic 90s shows such as Rugrats, Hey Arnold, Dexter's Laboratory, Powerpuff Girls, Recess, Rocket Power, Johnny Bravo and The Wild Thornberrys all together in a brand new crossover series called The Anytown Show.
The Anytown Show follows the life of these characters going through everyday life in serious situations, the show is a dramedy geared towards a new generation of kids 6-11 who've never heard of this shows before and will be facsisnated by the way they all interact, this show is also geared towards 90s kids (millenials) who've missed these shows and been wanting them to come back and would be pleased to see them back as some shape or form.
Below are some images from upcoming episodes of the show which uses a new cleaner animation/art style.
HA Animation is also making a new series called Mabel 12 which follows Mabel and Dipper Pines going from the Mystery Shack after school and finding an Omnitrix which gets stuck on Mabel's wrist, with it she can turn into 12 different aliens (Heatblast, Stinkfly, Fourarms etc.) the show is much like Ben 10 but takes a slightly different direction in it. The characters featured in this show include the following; Gravity Falls, Wander Over Yonder, Star vs The Forces of Evil, Kim Possible, Clarence, American Dragon and We Bare Bears.
Below is the production art featured for this show
Another new series is called The Great Space Coaster that follows the wacky shenanigans of Bloo, Tommy, Timmy, Trixie and Goo in their 'Rocket ship' which is stolen by the Little Einsteins, it features characters from Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, Robotboy and Johnny Test.
Meanwhile Nickelodeon is building it's future by tilling it's past, with the recent news about the Hey Arnold TV Movie which follows the events after the Journal, Nickelodeon could potentially bring back shows such as Rugrats, Rocko's Modern Life, Ren and Stimpy and The Wild Thornberrys. The person who will oversee these revivals will be Chris Viscardi who is currently the Senior Vice President of Content and Development.
The company recently launched "The Splat!", a primetime and overnight block of classic programming, on its TeenNick cable network.