Disney+ has become the suprising stand out streaming service of the last year, but mostly for being the one that doesn’t go out of its way of canceling every show it releases or just outright taking content off the site. Now, they are kicking off 2023 strong by announcing that brand new episodes of Hamster and Gretel as well as Phineas and Ferb are on the way to Disney+.
The announcement came through a tweet by the official Disney+ account but no further details are offered on what exactly theplans are. The series are created by Jeff Marsh and Dan Povermire, who are likely to return especially Povenmire who is featured in the official image and is famous for voicing the popular Heinz Doofenshmirtz.
Hamster and Gretel premiered back in August of 2022 and was created by Povenmire, who explored a new take on superhero stories mixed with his usual writing. The big suprrise is the return of Phineas and Ferb, whose series officially ended back in 2015.
They did release a variety of special episodes, but it looks like we are getting two brand new seasons expanded with 20 episodes per season. There’s also still no word on the theatrical film of the franchise, which might have been shelved by now, but it looks like Phineas and Ferb is making its grand return.
Source: Twitter, Variety