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Format Animated Series
Network Nickelodeon
Created by Arlene Klasky
Gabor Csupo
Paul Germain
Run May 27, 2021
Broadcast Infomation
Seasons 1
Episode # 26
Status Upcoming
Related shows Rugrats
Rugrats Pre-School Daze
All Grown Up!

Rugrats is an American animated television series created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, and Paul Germain for Nickelodeon and a revival of the original series of the same name. A planned revival movie was also planned but was scrapped. It was originally going to premiere in 2020, but on May 14, 2020, it got pulled to 2021.[1] It is slated to premiere on Paramount+ on May 27, 2021[2] and Nickelodeon in Summer. Viacom's official press release for the series states that the May 27 release will be the first set of episodes, "with the rollout of additional episodes to be announced at a later date." The series begins with an hour-long premiere episode, "Second Time Around."[3]

To promote the upcoming revival, a mini-series called Rugrats Shorts debuted on May 14, 2021 on Nickelodeon.[4]


See also: List of Rugrats (2021) episodes

The first Rugrats Shorts debuted on May 14, 2021 on Nickelodeon.[4] The first set of episodes of the first season of the revival will be released on May 27, 2021.


  • According to Tara Strong, the producers informed that Dil will not appear in the first season of the revival.[5] She hopes he will return in future seasons of the reboot.
  • Michael Bell and Phil Proctor are not officially going to return to reprise their roles. However, Cheryl Chase will return to reprise her role.[6]
  • Nickelodeon unveiled the first look of the revival on October 14, 2020.[7]
  • Paramount+ uploaded the first sneak peek of the revival on February 24, 2021.[8]
  • Mark and Bob Mothersbaugh has revealed that they are doing new music, including the theme song.
  • All the voice actors of the Rugrats from the original series are returning to reprise their roles.
  • None of the surviving voice actors of the adults from the original series are returning to reprise their roles. They have all been recast.
  • For unknown reasons, Kath Soucie is not reprising her role as Betty, even though she is returning to provide the voice of her children Phil and Lil.
  • It is unknown if Howard, Dil, Kira, Kimi, Lulu, Boris, and Minka are going to appear in the reboot.
  • The official trailer for the reboot was released on May 5, 2021.[9]





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