The 1970’s classic sitcom Good Times is returning back on Netflix as an animated series. Carl Jones is the creator, showrunner as well as the executive producer of the upcoming series. The 1970’s sitcom Good Times was a series by Norman Lear. And now the upcoming animated series will be his first foray into the same. For further information regarding Good Times, continue reading further.
1970’s classic sitcom Good Times returning on Netflix as an animated series
Lear’s Act III productions will be seen partnering with Steph Curry and Seth MacFarlane for the upcoming animated series. Further, Brent Miller will be the executive producer via Act III. Also, The series based on Sony Pictures television will be returning with Erick Peyton and Jerome Smith via the Unanimous Media and Erica Huggins via the Fuzzy Door Productions.
The series acknowledges the fact that with the love of our family we can keep our heads above water. The description of the upcoming animated series that is given by Netflix states that the series will follow Evans’ family. The family will be seen navigating the world of today as well as the contemporary issues.
In a statement given by Lear and Miller, they mentioned that in this year of darkness, reimagining Good Times animated has brought light that they won’t ever forget. They are thankful to both Sony as well as Netflix. They can’t think anything better at this time of culture.
Jones said that the upcoming animated series will be a little edgier. He added that It is like a dream that has come true while working with Norman Lear, Stephen Curry, and Seth McFarlane. Also, he said that the struggle has got struggle. The team is really excited to continue the legacy of Good Times.