The Flintstones they are going back to television. This week, Variety announced a new Flinstones The animated series had been illuminated. Warner Bros. Animation and Elizabeth Banks'Brownstone Productions is joining forces in this project, taking it out of the Stone Age and into the 21st century. Currently, this Flinstones The series has not found a home on any television network.
This new adaptation of The Flintstones is described in Variety's reports as "a series of animated adult comedy in primetime based on an original idea that presents characters from The Flintstones"Now, it is not clear how the" adult "things will be included in the program (will it have some wink references to the adult material or will it be completely filled? Rick & Morty? Your guest is as good as mine). Luckily, a recent run of Flinstones comics of Mark Russell Y Steve Pugh He has infused the Flintstones, the Rubbles, and the people of Bedrock with a bit of postmodern angst and sharp political commentary that could undoubtedly make their way in this animated series similar to the modern one.
The Flintstones It premiered in 1960 on ABC. The series lasted six seasons, ending his career in 1966 with more than 150 episodes to his name. The series followed the diverse adventures of the Flintstone family (Fred, his wife Wilma and his daughter, Pebbles) and the Rubble (Barney, his wife Betty and his son Bam-Bam) in the city of Bedrock, in the Stone Age. Almost 30 years later, a live action. Flinstones The cinema arrives in theaters in 1994 starring. John Goodman like Fred, Elizabeth perkins like Wilma, Rick Moranis like barney, and Rosie O & # 39; Donnell like Betty. A prequel to live action, The Flintstones at Viva Rock Vegas The theaters of success in the 2000 starring. Mark Addy Y Stephen Baldwin Like Fred and Barney, who took a trip to Rock Vegas and ended up meeting their future wives, Wilma (Kristen Johnson) and Betty (Jane Krakowski). Yes, we really do not need to talk too much about the latter.
Numerous modern adaptations of The Flintstones They have tried to make their way to television in recent years. The most notable of these adaptation attempts was Seth McFarlaneThe attempt of 2011 that did not materialize. It seems that the production company of Banks and Warner Bros. Animation have found a way to bring this beloved franchise to life.