The TV movie will resolve unanswered questions from the original series, but no air date has been confirmed.

Nickelodeon to revive Hey Arnold! with TV movie

One of Nickelodeon’s classic cartoons may soon make an re-appearance on TV screens.

Nickelodeon is allegedly planning on bringing back the iconic TV series Hey Arnold!, in the form of a new TV movie.

The TV movie will pick up from where the series ended, and aims to resolve some of the unanswered questions from the series including where Arnold’s parents are, who were missing throughout the original show, reports Variety.

The series ran from 1996 to 2004, and focused on a school kid called Arnold, who lived with his grandparents.

No air date has been revealed yet, but avid fans can still tune in to watch Hey Arnold!, which currently airs on Nickelodeon as part of its The Splat block.

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