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Cartoon Network Bringing Back “Ben 10”

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Variety reports that a new Ben 10 series is in the works at Cartoon Network Studios, with debuts on Cartoon Network international channels in 2016 and in North America in 2017. The series’ title character is Ben Tennyson, a 10-year old boy who obtains an alien device called the Omnitrix that allows him to transform into different aliens and exploit their unique abilities in a battle against the forces of darkness throughout the galaxy. Man of Action, which was the original production team behind the first series, will be executive producer with John Fang as the supervising producer. Variety’s article indicates that the new series will be a reboot of the property rather than a continuation of the original series, which stretched over four linked animated series and several TV movies, including 2 live-action cable movies and 1 crossover with Generator Rex.

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