Hold onto your bottles: The Rugrats are back – in 3D!

New York, New York - 90s kids rejoice: The baddest babies are coming back!

Chuckie (l.) and Tommy will be back – in 3D!
Chuckie (l.) and Tommy will be back – in 3D!  © IMAGO / Ronald Grant

On Wednesday, CBS All Access' newly branded streaming service Paramount Plus released the first official trailer and debut date for its brand-new Rugrats revival series.

The highly-anticipated TV show will drop on May 27 and follow the new adventures of iconic characters Tommy Pickles, Angelica, Chuckie, and twins Phil and Lil.

This time around, the babies are getting a modern upgrade and will be depicted in three-dimensional CGI animation, Entertainment Weekly announced.

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The reboot will feature the original cast returning to voice the whole baby bunch.

The original Rugrats animated series debuted on Nickelodeon in 1991 and was beloved by 90s kids. The cartoon ran for 13 years over nine seasons, had multiple spin-offs, specials, video games, live stage shows, and three full-length movie releases.

"Rugrats is one of the most iconic cartoons recognized by fans around the globe, and this original version is one we are taking great care and pride in creating for a brand-new audience," president of Nickelodeon Animation, Ramsey Naito, told Variety.

Paramount Plus will offer two tiers of membership for viewers with additional discounts for yearly packages – a $4.99 per month ad-supported version, and a premium option for $9.99. The new streaming service will feature live sports events and be the home of fellow Nickelodeon animated giants Paw Patrol and a SpongeBob SquarePants movie.

The platform is also reportedly in talks for a new music-themed late night talk show hosted by John Mayer.

America's favorite babies will be in great company – and will hopefully never grow up.

Cover photo: IMAGO / Ronald Grant

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