Nickelodeon Unveils Trailer For ‘Fairly OddParents’ Spinoff ‘A New Wish’ — Update

UPDATED, May 1: Nickelodeon has released the first trailer for Fairly Oddparents: A New Wish, set for premiere on May 20. Check out trailer above and details of the series below.

PREVIOUS, February 23: Nickelodeon is reimagining its Emmy-winning series The Fairly OddParents by launching the animated series Fairly Oddparents: A New Wish this spring.

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The network promises that the new iteration will extend the fairy universe for a new generation while honoring the original series. The Fairly OddParents was created by Butch Hartman and ran from 2001-17.

The 20-episode new series follows Hazel Wells (Ashleigh Crystal Hairston,) a 10-year-old who has just moved to the big city of Dimmadelphia because of her dad’s new job. On top of being in an unfamiliar environment, it’s the first time she’s been without her brother, Antony, who’s just left for college, leaving her lonely and unsure of herself. All that changes when the pink-and-green-haired neighbors next door reveal that they are no ordinary neighbors — they’re fairy godparents Cosmo (Daran Norris) and Wanda (Susanne Blakeslee).

Fairly OddParents: A New Wish is produced by Nickelodeon Animation in Burbank. The series is co-executive produced by David Stone (Teen Titans Go!), Lindsay Katai (Infinity Train), Ashleigh Crystal Hairston (Tiny Toons Looniversity) and Daniel Abramovici (The Peanuts Movie). Fred Seibert (Adventure Time) and Butch Hartman (Fairly OddParents) also serve as executive producers. Production is overseen by Claudia Spinelli, SVP Animation for Big Kids at Nickelodeon, and Kelley Gardner, VP Current Series, Animation.

The series is overseen by Executive in Charge, Neil Wade.

Fairly OddParents: A New Wish will also be available internationally on Netflix later this year.

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