Live-Action Remake Of ‘The Fairly Oddparents’ in Production
The hit beloved show, The Fairly Oddparents, is back and will be adapted into a live-action show. The show is currently in the works in L.A.
Originally, the show followed ten-year-old Timmy Turner and his misadventures with his fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda. However, Timmy won’t be returning to the series and instead will follow his cousin, Vivian “Viv” Turner (Audrey Grace Marshall), and her “new” stepbrother, Roy Ragland (Tyler Wladis), who will have Cosmo and Wanda as their fairy godparents. New characters are joining the show, including Viv’s father, Ty Turner (Ryan-James Hatanaka), and Viv and Roy’s friend Imogen Cohen (Zina Zacarias). Cosmo and Wanda’s voice actors, Susanne Blakeslee and Daran Norris, are lending their voices again.
WAIT theres gonna be a live action fairly odd parents- OH GOD THIS REMINDS ME OF THE MOVIES— angelina (@chasingangelina) July 13, 2021
Paramount+ will have MI:7, A Quiet Place Part II, the Paw Patrol movie, new Paranormal Activity and Pet Sematary movies, Frasier reboot, Dora The Explorer and The Fairly Odd Parents live action reboot and MORE!— Hot Country 93.1 (@HotCountry931) February 25, 2021
Have we jumped the shark on streaming services and remakes/reboots? pic.twitter.com/hZoJdndntG
Moreover, the show will be a hybrid, with the fairies being animated and the characters are real-life people. The series executive producer and showrunner is Christopher J. Nowak, and show creator Butch Hartman is returning as producers along with newcomers Samantha Martin and Freid Seibert.
“Fairly Oddparents” is one of many shos returning for a reboot. ICarly, Sex and the City, and Gossip Girl are among the shows to be revived. There are rumors of other Nickelodeon shows to be re-launch but have not been confirmed to be true.
All thirteen episodes of season one will air on the same day on Paramount+. The official release date is unknown. In 2011, the live-action movie A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! Fans can stream the movie on Amazon Prime and the original Fairly Oddparents on Paramount+.