‘X-Men: The Animated Series’ is getting a revival on Disney+

‘X-Men: The Animated Series’ is getting a revival on Disney+

Prepare to have this theme song stuck onto your head mind once more. “X-Men: The Animated Series” is returning.

“X-Men ’97,” a reboot of the adored ’90s kids’ show that followed the experiences of Marvel’s favorite mutants, will debut new episodes on Disney+ in 2023.

The declaration came Friday during Disney’s “Disney+ Day” festivity, which flaunted a store of content going to the service — yet X-Men stands apart in light of the fact that it’s one of Marvel’s most popular brands.

Wonder Studios is producing the series, with Cal Dodd, Lenore Zann, George Buza, Adrian Hough, Christopher Britton, Catherine Disher, Chris Potter, Alison Sealy-Smith and Alyson Court all repeating their jobs. Disney+ itself affirmed the news with an exemplary Wolverine image.

The original series, which is accessible on Disney+, aired from 1992 to 1997. “X-Men ’97” will investigate “new stories in the iconic ’90s timeline of the original series,” Disney said. The organization tweeted about the declaration saying “we’ve missed you, too” close by a picture of an enlivened Wolverine sadly checking out an image while lying in bed — a picture that has become a famous web image.

While the X-Men have consistently been a piece of Marvel, they are not yet a piece of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe. That is on the grounds that the movies — which featured Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence and other enormous stars — were made at 20th Century Fox, which then, at that point, held the privileges to the gathering.

While Marvel’s mutants have starred in various animated projects throughout the long term, the principal out and out series to hit screens was X-Men (otherwise known as X-Men: The Animated Series), which circulated on Fox Kids for 76 scenes across five seasons from 1992 to 1997. The series – which is presently accessible to stream completely on Disney+ – stays an adored exemplary right up ’til today, and was even credited with getting the wheels under way for twentieth Century Fox’s surprisingly realistic X-Men film franchise.

X-Men: The Animated Series was followed by X-Men: Evolution, which ran on Kids’ WB for 52 episodes across four seasons from 2000 to 2003. Development was itself trailed by Wolverine and the X-Men, which ran on Nicktoons for a single, 26-episode season in 2009. Like The Animated Series, X-Men: Evolution and Wolverine and the X-Men are presently as of now accessible to stream on Disney+.

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