Some exciting animation news as a Regular Show spin-off is in the works.

We recently reported on Adventure Time getting two new series and a movie. Now, Regular Show is getting some love as J.G. Quintel’s feature is returning. Variety reported that details of the new animation are under wraps, but it’s still in motion. All this was unveiled at Annecy during a presentation that brought the exciting news to light.

The updated Regular Show project doesn’t have an official name yet, and it’s even unknown if Mordecai and Rigby will be featured. At Annecy, the teaser was just a black screen announcing a “new series,” which was revealed as “Regular Show.” A drumroll accompanied the news, and it was welcomed with applause.

About Regular Show

The animated series debuted on September 6, 2010, and ran for eight seasons with 244 episodes. It ended on January 16, 2017.

Quintel created it for Cartoon Network and features the daily lives of two friends, Mordecai the blue jay and Rigby the raccoon. They work at a local park as groundskeepers, where they intermingle with their coworkers Skips the Yeti, Muscle Man, and Hi-Five Ghost. Beyond that, other characters include Pops, the lollipop-shaped man, and Benson, a gumball machine boss.

It featured the voices of Quintel, William Salyers, Sam Marin, Mark Hamill, Roger Craig Smith, and Minty Lewis.

Beyond the Regular Show unveiling, there is an unannounced Scooby-Doo project and a reboot for Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends called Foster’s Funtime for Imaginary Friends from Cartoon Network Studios.

The Scooby-Doo project is called Go-Go Mystery Machine. The description states, “While visiting Japan on the ultimate foodie adventure, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo unwittingly unleash hundreds of mischievous monsters that are now causing trouble all over the country.”

Scooby looks at Daisuke-Doo, Etsuko, and Toshiro to help solve mysteries. And catch monsters, of course.

“We have seen a lot of iterations of Scooby over the years, but nothing quite like this one. This is Scooby does anime,” Stacey Kim, vice president of Series, Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios, said during the presentation at Annecy.

As for Foster’s, the creator, Craig McCracken, who won Emmys and Annies, will be at the helm of the new series. He’s also known for Powerpuff Girls.

This new series, for a preschool audience, features young imaginary friends who learn from an immature friend, an elder named Bloo. Bloo unintentionally gets things wrong, which leads to chaos.

Other projects in development include Bad Karma (Warner Bros. Animation), The Adventure Time Movie (Cartoon Network Studios), Untitled Barbara Throws a Wobbler Project (Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe), Adventure Time: Heyo BMO (Cartoon Network Studios), and more.

So, get ready, as a new Regular Show is taking shape — along with a lot of other goodies. No release date has yet been announced.