The internet doesn't know what to make of the politics of 'Animaniacs'

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The internet doesn't know what to make of the politics of 'Animaniacs'

In 2020, apparently even Animaniacs can't escape America's political divides.

While it might seem out of place for a kids' cartoon, the recent Hulu reboot of the '90s classic has critics and fans alike debating exactly where the wacky, zany Warner siblings fall on the spectrum of political party alignment.

Politics is nothing new to the Animaniacs. As returning voice actor Jess Harnell (Wakko Warner) told Inverse, "At its heart, Animaniacs was always a kid’s show masquerading as a social satire, masquerading as a Broadway musical." 

The original played to multiple age groups back in the '90s, with political jokes that cut across both sides of the aisle. "Hulu knewWe cannot weaken this. If anything, we make it more sardonic and edgier to take it to the next level," Harnell said of the reboot's approach to social commentary. Read more...

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