The Nickelodeon series and Mattel toy line “Monster High” is getting a series reboot that’ll air in 2022, as well as a live-action musical “Monster High” movie.

The series first appeared on Nickelodeon, a ViacomCBS-owned network, in 2010 with its own slew of episodes and specials that hooked Gen Z watchers, as well as some millennials. The Mattel dolls have flown off the shelf since then and it’s ready for a comeback for the new generation.

Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura and Frankie Stein will return to the reboot as they try to navigate Monster High. Shea Fontana, who’s worked on the “DC Superhero Girls” series, will be the showrunner while Claudia Spinelli will be on the animation development side, according to Deadline.

“These classic monsters have always captured kids’ imaginations and we are so excited and proud to welcome “Monster High” to our brand for a new generation of kids,” said Ramsey Naito, President of Nickelodeon Animation.

Jenny Jaffe, who was apart of the writing team for the “Big Hero 6” TV series will be working on a live-action TV movie musical for this popular comeback series. When this will be released and any other details about the movie are unknown at this time.

When this news was announced, previous fans and viewers who are now adults could hardly contain their excitement.

“This property has always resonated deeply with fans and our reimagination of the franchise will focus on addressing important themes of identity and empowerment for kids today,” Adam Bonnett who’s leading the live-action project for Mattel said.

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