Disney+ is bringing back the classic chipmunk duo Chip 'n' Dale for a rebooted cartoon series.
Launching in November, the Disney+ streaming service is adding Chip 'n' Dale to its animation line up that includes Monsters at Work and Bluey.
Created by Walt Disney animator Bill Justice, Chip 'n' Dale are anthropomorphic chipmunk brothers who made their first appearance in 1943’s Private Pluto. Incorporated into cartoons with iconic Disney characters, Chip 'n' Dale tote a mischievous streak and are antagonistic against Donald Duck, Pluto, and Mickey Mouse.
The chipmunks even nabbed four consecutive Academy Award nominations in the Best Animated Short category and became the title characters in the 1989 series,Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers.
According to Deadline, the show is being produced by Disney’s animation team based in London and Xilam Animation - the production company responsible for Paprika and Mr. Magoo.
Disney+ will release 39 7-minute episodes featuring the chipmunk troublemakers in their original non-verbal form.