DuckTales Reboot Reveals Premiere Date, Opening Titles

Pierre Vaugeois
Juin 15, 2017

Disney XD's new take on the classic animated series DuckTales will kick off its run with an hour-long premiere movie airing on the channel for 24 consecutive hours August 12, with the series debuting with two episodes premiering September 23. Watch it for yourself above. The September series premiere coincides with the 30 anniversary of the original Emmy Award-winning series. The episodes will also be available on the Disney XD app and Disney XD VOD on the same dates. Check out the new DuckTales opening and theme song below, along with the new poster in the gallery!

In the footage featured above, potential viewers can get their first look at the updated opening titles sequence soon to be featured in the DuckTales reboot on Disney XD.

In July, Disney will launch an avatar creation app tied into the show and a series of new comics and book titles.

In a series of 100 individual episodes across four seasons that aired between 1987 and 1990, DuckTales became an integral facet of the popular culture with kids of the late 1980s and 1990s, who took to Scrooge McDuck and his three grandnephews Huey, Duey, and Louie, with an effusive personal attachment. In a departure from the original series, the family will also be joined on their adventures by Kate Micucci's Webby and Tony Anselmo's Donald Duck. Enthralled by their once-legendary great-uncle and the wonder of McDuck Manor, the triplets and [their friend] Webby Vanderquack learn of long-kept family secrets and unleash totems from Scrooge's epic past, sending the family on an adventure of a lifetime to the Lost City of Atlantis.

Recurring guest voices include: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Allison Janney, Margo Martindale, Paul F. Tompkins, Kimiko Glenn, Jim Rash, Josh Brener, Keith Ferguson, and Eric Bauza, as Beagle Boys and Corey Burton.

"Ben 10: Omniverse" alum Matt Youngberg is the executive producer of "DuckTales", with Angones ("Wander Over Yonder") serving as the story editor and co-producer. So, with a new version of the show premiering this year, the worry was that Disney would mess with perfection. The series is a production of Disney Television Animation and carries a TV-Y7 parental guideline.

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