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The Fairly OddParents and Dora the Explorer lined up for live-action reboots at Paramount+

In either brilliant or terrible news for parents, two Nickelodeon staples are getting the live-action treatment.

It has been confirmed that both Dora the Explorer and The Fairly OddParents will be getting live-action reboots on streamer Paramount+, the renamed and expanded version of CBS All Access.

The reboots were confirmed as part of Viacom’s investor presentation, with a host of new reboots and spin-offs – like a rebooted Frasier and what sounds like a drag Eurovision – announced.

The hugely successful Dora the Explorer has run since 2000 on Nickelodeon and follows seven-year-old Latina girl Dora Marquez who loves to explore with her talking purple backpack and an anthropomorphic monkey companion named Boots.

The animated series has already had a live-action twist with the 2019 movie Dora and the Lost City of Gold, which starred Isabela Moner in the titular role.

Brian Robbins, president of ViacomCBS Kids & Family, confirmed that the new series would be taking cues from that movie, and will be designed for an older audience of children aged six to 11 and their families.

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Fairly OddParents will be getting the live-action treatment (Picture: Nickelodeon)

The Fairly OddParents have also been brought into the real world with the live-action television movie in 2011 called A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!

In the movie, and its two sequels A Fairly Odd Christmas and A Fairly Odd Summer, Drake Bell starred as a grown-up Timmy Turner, while Daniella Monet played Tootie.

The cartoon is one of the longest-running animated series on Nickelodeon, having run for 10 seasons and 172 episodes so far.

It follows the adventures of Timmy Turner, a 10-year-old boy with two fairy godparents named Cosmo and Wanda and a villainous 16-year-old babysitter named Vicky.

The show usually revolves around Cosmo and Wanda granting Timmy wishes to ‘fix’ his life, but the wishes backfiring in ridiculous ways.

Paramount+ is also bringing Rugrats back to our screens, with the original voice cast returning for a show using CG animation.

Other children’s shows announced are a ‘new chapter’ for iCarly starring original cast members original cast members Miranda Cosgrove, Nathan Kress, and Jerry Trainor, a SpongeBob Squarepants spin-off called Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years described as a ‘CG-animated original series that takes viewers back to when the iconic characters of Bikini Bottom met for the very first time, in a summer camp like no other’, and Star Trek: Prodigy, the first ever Star Trek series aimed at kids.

There will also be a host of new content inspired by Avatar.


Credit: Original article published here.

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