The 90s are continuing to make a big comeback—HBO Max and Cartoon Network have officially signed a new series order for a “Tiny Toon Adventures” reboot.

The reboot, “Tiny Toons Looniversity,” will feature characters the original series, which ran from 1990-1992, Variety reports. A two-season order has been made, and will also see Steven Spielberg return as an executive producer.

The news about the show is only the latest 90s-based revival that is catching the attention of millennials who have been seeing several shows from their childhoods receive reboots, especially on streaming services, which have been giving some focus to revisiting the nostalgia of childhood for their audiences. News of this reboot certainly got fans excited, as they took to social media to express how the news made them feel.

Another popular cartoon from that time period, “Animaniacs,” another Spielberg-helmed show, is scheduled to drop on Hulu Nov. 20, but cartoons aren’t the only ones getting those special treatments.

NBC’s popular series “Saved By The Bell,” which follows the hijinks of a gang of students at the fictional Bayside High School is coming back as well, with the network’s own Streaming service, Peacock, dropping the first trailer for a reboot Tuesday. That series is set to follow a new crop of kids at the school, as well as former students AC Slater (Mario Lopez), Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkeley-Loren), Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani Amber Thiessen) and Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), who are now teachers at the school, as well as the Governor and First Lady of California.

Tiny Toon Adventures “Tiny Toons” will be coming back with a reboot. Photo: Amblin Entertainment