Phineas and Ferb co-creator Dan Povenmire has signed a deal with Disney Branded Television to produce a sequel. This is reported by Variety.
As a result of the deal, 40 episodes will be released, divided into two seasons. It is noted that negotiations are currently underway for the participation of producer Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, who worked on the original show. It is not clear where the release will take place: on television or directly on streaming.
To date, the animated series has four seasons, which were released from 2007 to 2015. The plot is dedicated to two half-brothers: every day of the holidays they implement amazingly complex projects, and every day their sister tries to inform their mothers about them.
Povenmire’s animated series Hamster & Gretel will also return to the small screen with a second season.