Last year, Disney announced it was teaming up with Dan Povenmire to revive the classic animated series, “Phineas and Ferb”, for 40 all-new episodes; who will be executive-produce and voice-direct the show for Disney Channel and Disney+. It was also revealed earlier this year that Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, co-creator and executive producer of the multiple Emmy Award-winning series “Phineas and Ferb,” would also be returning to executive produce and voice-direct all-new episodes.

The series sees Phineas and Ferb embark on various adventures during their summer vacation, while trying to keep their sister from interfering with their plans.

The show’s co-creator Dan Povenmire took to TikTok this week and confirmed that they’ve started writing the new series this week.


♬ original sound – Dan Povenmire

Some fans have questioned why the writing on this series has started this week, since the Writer’s Guild of America went on strike earlier this week. It’s important to note that Disney’s animation writers are members of the Animation Guild, who aren’t on strike, which is why work can continue on the new “Phineas & Ferb” series.

“Phineas and Ferb” is a five-time Emmy Award-winner and the most successful animated series for Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14 in Disney Television Animation history. Since its premiere, “Hamster & Gretel” ties as the #1 cable series among Kids age 6-11 delivery.

With writing only just beginning on the show this week, it does mean we will probably have to wait a while until it arrives on our screens. In the meantime, you can find previous “Phineas and Ferb” seasons and movies on Disney+ now.

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