There’s a Live-Action Powerpuff Girls Series in Development But They’re Now ‘Powerpuff Aunties’

Lest you’re unaware, adulthood hits everyone hard.

Like a truck.

And honestly, it doesn’t care whether you’re an average adult in their 20s, a celebrity popstar with a bowl haircut…

Or even a damn Powerpuff Girl, who used to kick ass in freaking pre-school.


Now, I know what you’re wondering;

What’s with this sudden onslaught against some of the most popular cartoon characters to have spawned during our childhood?

Well, in answer, I present to you news of an upcoming Live-Action Powerpuff Girl series…

Though instead of their kick-ass antics in nursery school… it’s a tale of how disillusioned they are in their 20s.

Which would certainly be relatable to most Powerpuff Girls fans, I’m sure.

There’s a Live-Action Powerpuff Girls Series in Development & The Girls Are Now in Their 20s

According to Varietythe iconic “Powerpuff Girls” could soon fly again.

Though in an admittedly different fashion than the one you might have expected.

Apparently, a live-action version of the classic Cartoon Network series is currently in development at The CW, and in the re-imagined title…

The titular superheroes are now “disillusioned twenty-somethings who resent having lost their childhood to crime fighting”.

“Will they agree to reunite now that the world needs them more than ever?” the series teased.


Well, this is certainly resemblant of how the Archie franchise got a huge makeover in Riverdale. And if the Netflix series was any indication of how the revamped cartoon series could go…

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The re-imagined Powerpuff Girls may well be the next big hit on the small screen.

Incidentally, the project is produced by Warner Bros. Television, and is helmed by writer and executive producer Heather Regnier, whose past credits include the recent “Veronica Mars” revival, “SMILF,” “iZombie,” “Falling Skies,” and “Sleepy Hollow.”

The Powerpuff Girls

Created by Craig McCracken, the original “Powerpuff Girls” featured three super-powered girls, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, who battled villains in the city of Townsville.

Also, they were inadvertently created when their caretaker, Professor Utonium, mixed sugar, spice and everything nice with the mysterious Chemical X. 

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So in a sense, they were sort of like the X-Men, just cuter, younger and generally pixelated.

Anyways, the show proved to be a hit amongst the younger audience, spawning six seasons and 78 episodes between 1998 and 2005.


A movie, titled “The Powerpuff Girls Movie”, was also released in 2002, while a rebooted animated series started airing on Cartoon Network in 2016.

There was also an anime called “Powerpuff Girls Z”, which was based on the original and aired between 2006 and 2007. In the show, the girls were in their teens.

Well, it looks like everyone’s growing up. Our favourite Digimon characters have grown up. Archie and gang have grown up. And it seems that now, our favourite trio of kickass superheroes have grown up as well.

But that also begets the question.

If everyone’s getting the good-old age glow-up treatment…


When is this guy going to get one?


After all…

He has been ten-years-old for more than two decades.

About time he starts getting the proper ‘adulthood’ treatment, don’t you think?

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