Tuca & Bertie Has Been Saved From Cancelation By Adult Swim

After being canceled by Netflix, the animated comedy Tuca & Bertie is making a surprise come-back.

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Animated comedy Tuca & Bertie is being brought back from cancelation nearly a year after Netflix gave it the ax--but the show won't be returning to the streaming platform. Instead, it was revived by Adult Swim, making it the second Netflix original, following One Day At A Time, to be picked up post-cancelation by a traditional TV network.

The news was announced today on Twitter by creator Lisa Hanawalt.

According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, series stars Ali Wong and Tiffany Haddish will be returning to reprise their roles as the show's titular characters. The deal is set for a second season comprised of 10 more episodes, but will leave the door open for future seasons as well. It will debut in 2021.

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