The latest bit of footage comes in the form of the reboot's opening titles, backed by the iconic series theme song.
All we can say to that is "woo-oo!"
DuckTales, which has already been renewed for a second season, premieres with the one-hour TV movie Woo-oo! on Disney XD, August 12 before its official series premiere on September 23, reports E! Then, the series will debut with two new episodes on Saturday, September 23rd starting at 7:00 a.m. EDT/PDT and playing throughout the day.More news: Mariners hope to add to Twins home woes
Disney has also announced an avatar creation app launching in July, an Angry Birds cameo featuring Donald Duck in August, and a slew of comic and book titles rolling out from July to well into 2018. Mueller, the song is performed by singer/songwriter Felicia Barton and produced by Emmy Award-winning Michael "Smidi" Smith and composer Dominic Lewis. It will be released by Walt Disney Records on June 23. Considering the show's longstanding pop cultural legacy and continued relevance with viewers who grew up watching the show in the late 1980s and 1990s, the Disney original series may be in for a whole new boost from a new generation of eager fans - when parents who remember the old show begin sharing the new series with their children. Soon, Scrooge and the nephews find themselves embroiled in an epic adventure involving ancient totems that takes them all the way to the Lost City of Atlantis.
The voice cast is David Tennant as Scrooge McDuck, Danny Pudi as Huey, Ben Schwartz as Dewey, Bobby Moynihan as Louie, Kate Micucci as Webby Vanderquack, Beck Bennett as Launchpad McQuack, Toks Olagundoye as Mrs. Beakley and Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck.
"DuckTales" is executive produced by Annie Award-nominee Matt Youngberg ("Ben 10: Omniverse"), with Francisco Angones (Disney XD's Emmy Award-nominated "Wander Over Yonder") serving as co-producer and story editor, and Sean Jimenez (Disney XD's Annie Award-winning "Gravity Falls") as art director. The series is a production of Disney Television Animation.