Netflix launched what’s presumably the final trailer for Rocko’s Fashionable Life: Static Cling, the long-anticipated revival of the previous Nickelodeon cartoon sequence. The movie, which hits Netflix on Aug. 9, ending the sequence’ 20-plus-year-long hiatus.
After spending twenty years floating round in area, Rocko and his associates return to a technologically superior O-City and got down to get his favourite program again on the air. The trailer reveals among the challenges of adjusting to the 21st century: Rocko’s associates are obsessive about the most recent sensible telephone fashions whereas Rocko himself appears to be perpetually caught in an opposed relationship with expertise. This performs into the movie’s central message. Collection creator Joe Murray instructed Polygon in 2017 that the story will study how we’ve change into “slaves” to expertise and social media.
The movie was initially speculated to air on Nickelodeon correct and was initially slated for a 2018 launch. Nevertheless, the corporate bought the rights to Netflix in May, together with the rights for one more Nickelodeon revival, Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus.