The Powerpuff Girls are being rebooted. Multiple reports state that a live-action reimaging of the Cartoon Network series works at the CW. The Powerpuff Girls reboot will center on three titular superheroes who lost their childhood fighting crime in Townsville, USA and became disillusioned in their twenties.
Both Variety and Timeline brought word of a possible Powerpuff Girls live-action reboot at the same time, taking the same description. Berlanti will serve as executive producers alongside writers Diablo Cody and Heather Regnier (for Vita Vera Films), and Sarah Schechter and David Madden of Berlanti Productions.
Live-Action Series Of ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ In Development At CW
The grown up live action version of Powerpuff Girls will be produced by WarnerMedia Umbrella under Cartoon Network, a sister company of Warner Bros. Television, which in turn is owned by the American telecommunications company AT&T. Prabhas is working on his physique and begin learning archery for Adipurush
The Powerpuff Girls ran for 78 episodes for six seasons, originally aired between 1998 and 2005 on Cartoon Network in the US. The animated series was also aired on Cartoon Network in India, and was available in both English and Hindi.
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All six seasons are streaming in Woot Kids in India; Five seasons – except the first – are also available on Amazon Prime Video. Powerpuff Girls won two Emmys during their run and was first rebooted as a cartoon in 2016, also on Cartoon Network.
For Berlanti, The Powerpuff Girls’ mature live-action reboot, which he is doing, fits into the mold of The CW. She has helped develop a number of female superhero properties for the network, such as Batwoman and The Great Girl, and was also involved in the Riverdale grown-up Archie Comics, also in The CW.
Created by Craig McKearn, The Powerpuff Girls was about three kindergarten-aged superpowered girls – Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, living in the fictional major US city of Townsville with their scientific father and producer Professor Utonium.
Eutonium was set to make a “perfect little girl” with a mixture of “sugar, spices and everything good”, but ended up with three girls after spreading “Chemical X” into the mix. His powers come from chemical X and his personality takes after compounds: bubbles (sugar), buttercups (spices), and blossoms (all good).