It looks like fans of the long-running animated series King of the Hill have reason to celebrate, as it has just been announced that the series will be revived twelve years after its final episode aired, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Original series creators Greg Daniels and Mike Judge will return to oversee the series through their new animation company, Bandera Entertainment.
There are more than a dozen projects in the works under the newly formed animation company, but perhaps the most notable is the King of the Hill revival. The series originally aired from 1997 until 2010 and followed the banal yet entertaining exploits of the humble citizens of Arlen, Texas. Upon its premiere in 1997, the show was an almost immediate success and offered a unique insight into the middle-America mindset, led by the moral compass of propane and propane accessory salesman Hank Hill.
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