"Rugrats," one of the most iconic shows of the 1990s, will be returning to TV screens all across the world. It is not a surprise that the 90s were some of the best years in television, with other accompanying shows like "Hey Arnold," "All That," "Kenan & Kel," "CatDog," "Johnny Bravo," "SpongeBob SquarePants," and many others. TV shows today are just not the same and don't even compete with the main shows of the 90s. Some fans still place "Rugrats" among the top kid's shows of the 90s. It is exciting news that one of the best shows of the 90s is returning.

Below are some details on what is coming and when exactly.

'Rugrats' TV show reboot

According to an article by Deadline, "Viacom's Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures have set a revival of the iconic kids series Rugrats with a 26-episode order.[sic]" So the reboot will begin with 26 new episodes. The studios promise that the same main characters will be returning, but that some new characters will be added into the show.

The original creators of the show will also be returning. According to the report, they are "Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, and Paul Germain...as executive producers." Production for the show is already underway in Hollywood. "Rugrats" joins the revival of another Nickelodeon show, called "Blues Clues," another classic from the time period.

Other shows like "Invader Zim" and "Rocko's Modern Life," will also be making special comebacks.

Live-action movie set for 2020

In addition to a rebooted TV show, "Rugrats" will also be getting a live-action film that, according to CBS News, will arrive "in November of 2020." The lovable characters will be on the big screen all across theaters in the world.

This is not the first film that has arrived for the series as the animated film, "The Rugrats Movie, was released in 1998." This was followed by another film "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie."

The history

For anyone that doesn't know, "Rugrats" was a show from the 1990s and it followed the lives of babies named Tommy, Chuckie, two twins named Phil and Lil.

They were all followed by a mean girl named Angelica. The presentation, like other shows from the 90s, was highlighted by brilliant animation and color design. The show was centralized through the lens of babies seeing the adult world in a humorous form and tone. The toddlers go on many different adventures and show their bravery, creativity, and imagination.

The show ran for a long time, which according to CBS, was from 1991 to 2004. The show has since been out of production for a long time, so fans will be excited to see the reboot and the live action film. Sarah Levy, interim president of Nickelodeon, had this to say about the film and TV show return in the article by Deadline: "What was true in 1991 when the original show premiered is still true today: kids are fascinated with the world of babies. We can't wait for today's kids to meet Tommy, Chuckie, and pals."