How to watch ‘The Jetsons’ on TV this summer: the kids 80’s
From ‘Million Dollar Baby,’ ‘The Powerpuff Girls,’ ‘Cinderella,’ and ‘Sisters,’ the kids’ 80s sitcoms helped shape the American dream, but their influence on the popular American TV show ‘The Mighty Ducks’ is now long gone.
In fact, it’s likely that the 90s animated sitcoms that brought the family to life in ‘The Scooby Doo Movie’ and ‘Scrappy Doo’ are no longer on the air.
With a new, highly acclaimed animated film ‘The Adventures of Krusty the Clown,’ the series is set to be re-released this summer on home video, but it won’t be airing on Nickelodeon’s ‘The Kids Channel,’ as it was originally intended to.
Instead, the show’s 30th anniversary special, ‘Krusty’s Most Wanted,’ will be airing.
Krusties Most Wanted features an ensemble cast that includes Krustie, Homer, and the rest of the family.
The kids are also joined by a new host, a new supervillain, a robot who’s actually a dinosaur, and a robot that looks a lot like a dinosaur.
The movie was written by John Rogers and directed by Tim Burton.
The story centers around a young Krusto (voiced by David Schwimmer) who becomes fascinated with a young girl named Marge Simpson (played by Amy Poehler) after hearing about the Scooby-Doo movie.
She’s in town for her birthday and, as part of her plan to save Marge, Krusti tries to befriend Marge by giving her a toy that he wants to keep as a gift.
When Krustys plans for Marge to have the toy stolen, Krolls, the supervillains’ leader, decides to put the family in danger.
The film is written by Roger, who also wrote the ‘Bugs Bunny and the World’s Greatest Movie’ cartoons, and directed from a script by Tim Van Patten.
In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, a representative for Nickelodeons said, “Krustys Most Wanted will be reissued by our partners at Disney and DreamWorks on July 29.”
That means the film will likely be on Disney XD and Disney Movies Anywhere starting July 27, 2019.
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