The pioneering CG-animated series "ReBoot" is undergoing a reboot of its own.
Corus Entertainment has ordered 26 episodes of "ReBoot: The Guardian Code," described "a hybrid live-action/CG-animated series" and "a reimagined version of the classic," to be produced by Rainmaker Entertainment's Mainframe subsidiary.
Debuting in 1994, "ReBoot" was the first fully computer-generated animated series. Created by Gavin Blair, John Grace, Phil Mitchell and Ian Pearson, the series was set in the inner world of a computer system known as the Mainframe, where Bob, Dot and Enzo battled the viruses Megabyte and Hexadecimal and their henchmen. "ReBoot" which featured original visuals created by Brendan McCarthy, aired for four seasons, finally ending in 2001.
Created by Michael Hefferon, "The Guardian Code" is an adventure-comedy about four teens who discover they're next-generation Guardians tasked with saving the world, by defending it in cyberspace. With the help of VERA, the last surviving cyberbeing from the original Guardian Program, they stream into cyberspace, where they use their code-based powers to battle viruses unleashed by the ruthless hacker Sourcerer.