Netflix Announced That Kate McKinnon Will Star The Comeback Of 'The Magic School Bus'

By Irene Guerrero , Feb 09, 2017 06:07 PM EST

Netflix announced that Kate McKinnon will be driving the bus on ‘The Magic School Bus.’ The remake of ‘The Magic School’ will be a CGI animated series titled Magic School Bus Rides Again. That will feature introduction of new technologies such as cameras, robotics and other modernized stuffs. The goal is to attract children to enjoy science.

The Magic School Bus was a television show based on a series of books by Joanna Cole that ran on PBS between 1994 and 1997. Each episode is a magical field trip with their zany teacher, Ms. Frizzle. Ms. Frizzle was formerly voiced by Lily Tomlin. The comeback was first announced in 2014 that was scheduled to air in 2016. The original 'The Magic School Bus' is currently streaming on Netflix. Ted Sarandos, the company’s chief content officer said that it was surprisingly popular during the 90’s.

Kate McKinnon Perfect For The Role

Miss Frizzle’s outfit gives a hint of what would be the topic during her scientific field trips. McKinnon’s role on Saturday Night Live, the Ghostbusters remakes, has given her a remarkable resemblance to the Miss Frizzle’s character. According to The Verge, of all the actors who wanted the role Kate McKinnon seems to be the excellent choice.

Children Will Be Delighted To Watch It

According to the Jezebel, Kate McKinnon will be the perfect voice for for Netflix’s planned reboot of the remake of the animated series The Magic School Bus. Various adventures such as going inside the body of one of their classmates to explore germs, inside a rotting log or up into a cloud. Miss Frizzle has a lizard named Liz. The show is good for kids or adults who would love to learn about photosynthesis or recycling works.

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