The Flintstones An update is getting in the works at Fox, and a new update has arrived, courtesy of Fox Elizabeth Banks. the cocaine beer Helmer is executive responsible for the production of the new The Flintstones titled series Bedrock, which primarily follows adult Pebbles The Flintstones. Banks also provides the voice of Pebbles in the new animated show.
In a recent chat with TVLine, Banks made that clear Bedrock “It’s still under development.” She added, “I also play Pebbles, EnthusiasticallyAnd we’re working on it.”
While the animated series follows older Pebbles, fans shouldn’t expect it to be geared toward adult audiences, much in the way that Mindy Kaling is. Scooby Doo spin off film He was. Banks say so Bedrock It is designed to be enjoyed by both children and adults so that families can watch together. With that said, I scoffed that the show might have a bit off the edge to it in the context of something like this The Simpsons.
“Oh, I guess we still want it to be a joint viewing [by parents with their kids]Banks explains. It will have adult themes, like all the greats – just like The Simpsons or South Park – but “family friendly”. I mean, I left for me Watch the kids South Park…”
When jokingly asked if this meant Bamm-Bamm would not suffer from ED in the series, Banks noted, “Not that I know now!”
Meet The Flintstones… again
There were many interactions The Flintstones on screens big and small over the past several decades, Bedrock Just mark the newest of them. While the characters will be older in this incarnation, all the familiar fan favorites will be present. It was announced back in March that in addition to Banks voicing Pebbles, the cast also includes Stephen Root (Barry) as Fred Flintstone; Amy Sedaris (Strangers with candy) as Wilma Flintstone; Nicole Bayer (nailed it!) like Betty Rubble; Joe Le Truglio (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as Barney Rubble; and Manny Jacinto (Top Gun: Maverick) as Bamm-Bamm.
In the show, in the synopsis, the story picks up with “Fred about to retire and 20-something Pebbles beginning her career. As the Stone Age gives way to a brilliant and enlightened new Bronze Age, the residents of Bedrock will find this development harder to swing from the Bam Bam Club.”
Banks executive produces alongside Lindsay Kerns, as well as Max Handelman for Brownstone Pictures and Sam Register. Lindsay Kerns writes and serves as co-executive producer, while writer Lon Zimmet is also an executive producer.
“Long before The Simpsons and Springfield, Griffins and Quahog, or even when Belcher’s started serving burgers on Ocean Avenue, there were The Flintstones and Bedrock,” said Michael Thorne, Fox’s president of entertainment. Bedrock in the current situation. “Their imprint on the world of animation is undeniable and the idea of adapting it for today’s audience is a challenge we here at Fox are very much looking forward to taking on with Warner Bros. and Elizabeth and Lindsey. No pressure whatsoever, really.”
Bedrock No premiere date has been set on Fox yet.