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10 Cartoons We Grew Up Watching That Were Actually *Gasp* Reboots

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While it's easy to get frustrated with all the shows we loved from the 80s and 90s that are getting boring, unoriginal reboots these days, it's important to remember that this phenomenon is nothing new. Studios have been trying to make lightning strike twice for decades, and in the case of these 10 shows, we sometimes remember them just as much as the originals.

The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest

This blast from the past was an attempt to modernize the franchise (and make it less glaringly racist than the original). Some people really loved it, but ultimately it only lasted two seasons.

Yo Yogi!

Fun fact: this cartoon tanking as hard is it did is the reason that Saturday morning cartoons stopped being a thing. Really.

Tiny Toon Adventures

Probably the best of the "Old cartoons, but kid-sized" reboots, Tiny Toon Adventures was amazing even without being related to Looney Tunes, and we still miss it today.

New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh

Disney's infinitely popular bear with very little brain came back for a pretty long-running series that had him and his friends getting into all sorts of adventures. Also, that catchy theme song!

Some of these next few reboots were pretty surprising...

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