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Powerpuff Girls Getting New Series on Cartoon Network in 2016?

Written by Jude Terror and Frank Miller on Monday, June 16 2014 and posted in News with Benefits

Powerpuff Girls Getting New Series on Cartoon Network in 2016?

So says the latest word out of the 2014 licensing expo in Las Vegas.

Source: The Wrap

The Wrap is reporting that The Powerpuff Girls will get a reboot and a new show in 2016. The series will be "updated," meaning it will probably be CGI like the recent specials, which also had no input from series creator Craig McCracken. No word on whether the reimagined Powerpuff Girls will also be sexy, but well, this is America, so probably. Though the original series ended in 2005, the Powerpuff Girls remain a top grossing franchise for Cartoon Network, with over $2.5 billion in retail sales of various licensed products.

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