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 Cartoons ‘Regular Show’ and ‘Foster’s Home’ To Receive Spinoffs

‘Regular Show’ and ‘Foster’s Home’ are coming back for new spinoff series. | 'Foster's Funtime for Imaginary Friends' | Image courtesy of Warner Bros Discovery

Classic Cartoon Network Shows Have Been Greenlit For Return

In the 2000s and 2010s, two popular cartoons, Regular Show and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends had millions of views each week. Now these shows have been greenlit by Warner Brothers Discover for spinoffs, with the original creators returning for the spinoffs. 

Cartoon Network 2010s: ‘Regular Show’ 

Regular Show ran from 2010 to 2017 on Cartoon Network. The series followed two 23-year-old friends, Mordecai, who is a blue jay, and Rigby, who is a raccoon. Additionally, each episode follows the two friends’ daily lives as they work at the local park as groundskeepers. Also featured were their coworkers Skips, who was a yeti; Muscle Man, who was a man with green skin; and Hi-Five Ghost, who was a ghost. Furthermore, the series ran over eight seasons and over 200 episodes that were about 30 minutes long. Many of the characters from the series were loosely based on the characters that were developed by producer J.G. Quintel for his student films at the California Institute of the Arts. Although the series gained acclaim from critics and views and was developed for all ages, it had gained controversy for its dark humor, violence, and mature themes. 

2000s Classic Cartoon: ‘Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends’ 

In 2004, a series by the name of Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends premiered on Cartoon Network. The series is set in a world where imaginary friends are real and coexist with humans. Mac, a human eight-year-old boy, is told by his mom that he needs to abandon his imaginary friend named Bloo. Then, Mac and Bloo discover an orphanage that is meant to house abandoned imaginary friends. Moreover, Bloo decides to move into the house and will not be adopted as long as Mac continues to visit him daily. The show centers around the day-to-day adventures of Mac, Bloo, and the other imaginary friends and house staff at the orphanage. Also, each episode runs for about 22 minutes, except the first, which runs for 90 minutes. Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends ended its run after six seasons and 79 episodes in 2009.

What To Know About The New Spinoff Series

The spinoff for Regular Show has not had an official title announced yet. Details regarding the cast and plot of the new series have also not been announced. But the creator of the original show, J.G. Quintel, will be returning to be the showrunner for the spinoff series and will incorporate some of the characters from the original.

While the new spinoff for Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends will be called Foster’s Funtime for Imaginary Friends, It will be targeted at preschool-aged children. Additionally, it will focus on preschool imaginary friends as they learn lessons from Bloo. Furthermore, the creator of the original series, Craig McCracken, will be returning for the series. In addition to the two spinoffs, Warner Brothers Discovery has confirmed three more Adventure Time projects. 

Stay tuned for more information about the Regular Show and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends spin-off shows on Dead Talk News.

Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends (2004) Official Video Courtesy of Cartoon Network

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