Next up on our list of reboots? The beloved cavemen cartoon many of us grew up with—The Flintstones.
For those of you who didn’t grow up in the 20th century, The Flintstones follows the day to day lives of a family of cavemen (the titular Flintstones) and their neighbors, the Rubbles. They live in stone houses, drive stone cars, and even have pet dinosaurs. It ran for six seasons from 1960 to 1966 and was popular up until the early 2000s.
The Flintstones and the Rubbles | Hanna Barbera
It was a trip watching it when I was younger, but now, it seems like Warner Bros. is planning on bringing it back to television. Although, it has been reported that it won’t be targeting kids this time. According to Variety, it’s going to be an adult comedy series featuring the characters from the original Flintstones series.
The project is going to be a collaboration between Warner Bros. Animation and Elizabeth Banks’ company, Brownstone Productions. There’s no news when or where the new Flintstones series is going to air, but it probably won’t be on your favorite children’s network.
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Did you watch The Flintstones while you were growing up? What’s your favorite moment from the show?