There will be live work of The Magical Godfathers in Paramount + and production has already begun

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The magical godparents This is a legendary Nickelodeon series that many have grown up with. So it’s no surprise that the company has now decided to bring it back as a series for Paramount+. Perhaps leaving a lot of mouths open is knowing the production will be a live action, that is, with real actors.

As mentioned IGN, a new original series of The magical godparents Paramount+ is already in production. It is a series with real actors that will have a first season of 13 episodes that will debut on Paramount+ before the end of the year.

The series will follow the story of Viv, the first to Timmy Turner and his brother, Roy. These guys inherit Cosmo and Wanda from Timmy, so they will now be responsible for making wishes The magical godparents. Notably, the production will be a live-action hybrid with animation. Which means that characters like Vive and Roy will be real, while Cosmo and Wanda will be animated.

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a series The magical godparents He already has a cast

It is worth noting that this part of the cast The magical godparents It has been confirmed. This probably surprises a little when you consider that the series is actually filming it.

According to reports, Susan Blaxley and Darran Norris, who voiced Cosmo and Wanda in Cartoons America, will be returning to their roles. On the other hand, Audrey Grace Marshall will be Viv Turner, while Wyler Vladis will be Roy Ragland. Finally, Ryan James Hatanaka will be Ty Turner, Viv’s father, and Imogen Cohen will appear as Zina Zakaria, Viv and Roy’s girlfriend.

Production team for the live event series from The magical godparents It is made up of Christopher J. Nowak, who serves as executive producer and director of the show. For their part, producers will be Samantha Martin, Fred Seibert and Butch Hartmann (series author).

One point that is important to note is that The magical godparents Not Paramount’s first attempt at reviving a Nickelodeon classic. What happens is that the company also made a restart Rugrats; New series of SpongeBob and persistence iCarly.

What do you think of this new? do you think that The magical godparents Can it work as a live business? Tell us in the comments.

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