By Lauren Sturgess”TODAY is the last time I will be watching Scooby-Doo on TV.”
The Scooby family, from the television show of the same name, has just been announced as the newest additions to a long line of children’s television series to be announced by Paramount Pictures, the company that owns the rights to the series.
The Scoobys were a hit with children and adults during the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.
Their popularity has continued to grow in the 21st century, and their popular series is still seen in some schools, and movies, around the world.
In fact, the Scoobies have had a big influence on the future of TV, according to John Siegel, president of the Walt Disney Company, which owns the series in the U.S.
Disney and Paramount have teamed up on a new series, Scooby Apocalypse, which will premiere on ABC in 2019.
Siegel says that the show’s “world of danger, suspense and adventure” will appeal to children of all ages, with a twist: It will be based on a book by James Rollins, an author of books about Scooby and Scooby’s adventures in New York City.
In the new series and movies the Scoobs are back, the family will also be in the spotlight.
Scooby-Doo, for instance, will return to the big screen for a sequel, which is due out in 2019, according a new trailer for the movie.