Cartoons featuring multiple memes will be cancelled; The series first aired in 1996 and consists of 240 episodes.

Mexico.- “Arthur”, About children’s animated series life of an adorable anteater, will expire after issuing 25 Seasons With 240 episodes.

Kathy Waugh, program producer, Revealed this news in an interview to the podcast finding dw With actor Jason Swimmer. Although he also announced to fans that last season from “Arthur” Will release in winter of 2022.

‘Arthur’ is no longer in production […] I think that [PBS] Made a mistake, I know I’m not the only one who thinks they made a mistake. I don’t know if it was a grade issue or if they thought it was necessary to remove“Kathy confesses to Swimmer.

bygone cartoon

Chain “Arthur” It is based on the books by Mark Brown, who created the character in 1976, although the cartoon was broadcast. For the first time in October 1996. For the story, it turns Around the life of ‘Arthur Reed’, An anteater who lives hundreds of experiences with his friends and family in the fictional city of Elwood City.

During its 25 years on air and With over 240 episodes Broadcast, “Arthur” has won four Emmy Awards and a George Foster Peabody Award.

According to the Daily Mail, Arthur This was the second animated series Of Long Term In the United States, the first is The Simpsons.

In Mexico, the character with glasses and big ears is identified as one of the images that has inspired hundreds of memes and stickers.

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“Arthur” is canceled

executive producer ofArthurCarol Greenwald confirmed the news to Variety via a statement, which you can read:

“Arthur The longest running children’s animated series in history and has been known to teach kindness, empathy and inclusion to generations of viewers through many pivotal moments. In winter 2022, the 25th and final season of and ‘Arthur’. The content will continue to be available on PBS KIDS for years to come,” the executive producer told the said outlet.