Fans of the classic animated sitcom, The Flintstones, have reason to rejoice as the beloved prehistoric family is set to make a comeback with a new TV series titled ‘Bedrock‘. The series, which will be produced by Warner Bros. Animation, promises to be a modern take on the iconic show, while still staying true to its roots.
The Flintstones was first broadcast in 1960 and quickly became a cultural phenomenon, running for six seasons and 166 episodes. The show followed the lives of the Flintstone family, who lived in the fictional town of Bedrock during the Stone Age. The series was famous for its witty humor, catchy theme song, and colorful characters, including Fred Flintstone, his best friend Barney Rubble, and their wives, Wilma and Betty.
‘Bedrock’ will take place 20 years after the original series and will focus on the adult life of Pebbles Flintstone, Fred and Wilma’s daughter. The show will explore Pebbles’ life in the fast-paced, high-tech society of Bedrock, where she’s on the brink of becoming the first-ever executive at the newly formed Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm Company.
The series will be produced by Elizabeth Banks, known for her work on The Hunger Games and Pitch Perfect, and Max Handelman, her producing partner. The voice cast for ‘Bedrock’ includes big names such as Elizabeth Banks as Pebbles Flintstone, John Goodman as Fred Flintstone, and Jane Lynch as Jane Jetson.
Fans of The Flintstones are excited to see the classic show make a comeback with a fresh new take. The creators of ‘Bedrock’ are dedicated to staying true to the original show’s essence while still making it relevant for modern audiences. The show is expected to be a hit with both longtime fans and newcomers alike.
The release date for ‘Bedrock’ has not yet been announced, but it’s expected to premiere soon. Fans can’t wait to see what new adventures await the Flintstone family and their Bedrock neighbors in this exciting new series. Stay tuned for updates on the release date and be sure to catch ‘Bedrock’ when it hits screens.
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