Tommy Davidson Reveals That The Proud Family Is Getting a Reboot
It’s a proud moment for all the Penny Proud fans across the globe. During a recent red-carpet interview with Where is the Buzz, cast member Tommy Davidson revealed that The Proud Family would be making a resurgence!
“I forgot to tell you that… Proud Family’s coming back!” he exclusively announced to the reporter. “They told me not to tell nobody!”
According to Davidson, the new episodes of the acclaimed series are in line to come to Disney+, the network’s new streaming service, which will be launching on November 12th.
— WhereistheBuzz (@whereisbuzzzzzz) August 14, 2019
Created by Bruce W. Smith, The Proud Family was an animated Black sitcom that appeared on Disney Channel from 2001 to 2005. It centered fourteen-year-old Penny Proud (voiceover done by Kyla Pratt) and her adventurous everyday life, boisterous, coming-of-age friends, and middle-class family in the suburbs.
Along with Pratt starred Davidson (Oscar), Paula Jai Parker (Trudy), Jo Marie Payton (Suga Mama), Tara Strong (BeBe & CeCe/Puff the Dog), Karen Malina White (Dijonay Jones), Soleil Moon Frye (Zoey Howzer), Alisa Reyes (LaCienega Boulevardez), Orlando Brown (Sticky Webb), and Raquel Lee (Nubia Gross). Cedric the Entertainer (Bobby) and Aries Spears (Wizard Kelly) also served as supporting roles.
The theme song, also titled “The Proud Family,” was performed by Solange and Destiny’s Child.
As of now, there are no further details on the reboot’s plot or release date, but we’re hoping they will become available soon.
Will you be tuning in to The Proud Family 2.0?
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