Phineas and Ferb Revival Announced
Published 2 months ago
Shows on the Disney Channel (before Disney+) were certainly a hit and miss, but Phineas and Ferb was on a completely different level. The series had aired from 2007 to 2015, and it looks like a revival is underway.
This was confirmed by series co-creator Dan Povenmire on Twitter who confirms that they are doing 40 more episodes of Phineas and Ferb. Watch this:
#PhineasAndFerb I’m 15 years old today! This show is old enough to have a learners permit! pic.twitter.com/wztFM0MjWl
— Dan Povenmire (@DanPovenmire) February 1, 2023
Here’s the official description of the show:
Phineas Flynn (Vincent Martella) and Ferb Fletcher’s (Thomas Brodie-Sangster’s) backyard is the neighborhood hotspot for all of their cool inventions. Meanwhile, their elder sister Candace (Ashley Tisdale) is obsessed with busting her brothers for all the inventions to her mom once and for all. Simultaneously, their secret-agent pet, Perry the Platypus (Dee Bradley Baker) fouls the “evil” schemes and plans of Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz (Dan Povenmire).
The series had a very simple premise with Phineas and Ferb usually coming up with something outrageous to do for the episode, Candace trying to bust them, and Perry getting into shenanigans with Dr. Doofenshmirtz. The episode always ends with Candace being gaslit into being wrong, and Perry usually saves the day.
I guess it’s also worth mentioning that the show also had some great musical numbers.
We don’t know where the series could go for the revival, but I can imagine Phineas and Ferb just being perpetual kids with revamps for every generation of kids. While the duo had tried their best to capture the imagination of kids who grew up around the mid-2010s, this revival should focus on kids growing up in the 2020s.
No release date has been set for the Phineas and Ferb revival, but the show is set to come to Disney+ sometime soon.