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Tom Kenny will repeat the role of the narrator in The CW’s Powerpuff

Original actor from The Powerpuff Girls Animated series Tom Kenny (Spongebob) will repeat his role as narrator on the live-action CW series Powerpuff. Kenny cast his voice on many roles on the original animated show, including the mayor and the snake. By deadline, Robyn Lively also joins the cast as Sara Bellum, the warm and funny career woman who has always been a friend of the Powerpuff Girls and has stayed close to them since they were criminal children. Sara was originally voiced by Jennifer Martin on the original series. Kenny and Bellum join recently announced cast members Donald Faison as Professor Utonium and Nicholas Podanny as Mojo Jojo Jr.

The Diablo Cody (Jennifer’s body) The live action series co-written / executive produced by Heather Regnier is the co-writer and executive producer.zombie). The pilot for Powerpuff started filming with Maggie Kiley as a director. The series sees the trio as disaffected twenty-year-olds who refuse to have spent their entire childhood fighting crime and fighting for reunification as the world needs them more than ever.

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SHIELD agents Alum Chloe Bennet and Dove Cameron (Offspring) will co-direct the show with Yana Perrault as Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup. The project is led by Greg Berlanti (Arrow reversal), Sarah Schechter and David Madden via Berlanti Productions with Warner Bros. Television to produce the project.

The Powerpuff Girls was broadcast on Cartoon Network in 1998 and created by Craig McCracken. The original series revolved around Professor Utonium when the dangerous combination of sugar, spices, everything nice, and the mysterious chemical X, created the title trio Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup in an attempt to create the perfect little girl. The series received rave reviews over the course of six seasons and released a motion picture in 2002 that was considered a modest critical and commercial success.