Ren and Stimpy is an American animated slapstick comedy television series, serving as a reboot to The Ren & Stimpy Show by John Kricfalusi, being co-developed by Bob Camp and Lynne Naylor. It is produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studios and it airs on Nickelodeon since August 11th, 2019.
Ren and Stimpy are two unlikely roommates who often up in random situations like getting trapped in a freezer or fighting the queen of the mutants.
- Ren Höek (voiced by Billy West) - a short-tempered and selfish chihuahua who is often is annoyed by Stimpy's stupidity, even if, despite that, he still cares about his safety.
- Stimpson "Stimpy" J. Cat (also voiced by Billy West) - an idiotic and joyful cat who is somehow Ren's best friend and often wants to make friends with anyone he sees.
- Tracy Höek (voiced by Lacey Chabert) - Ren's friendly niece who loves to make friends and doesn’t know about the cruel, harsh reality of the real world.
- Mr. Horse (also voiced by Billy West) - a straight-talking and serious horse who is Ren and Stimpy's occasional ally and often serves as a psychologist when Ren has TBD.
- Powdered Toast Man (voiced by Nolan North) - an overdramatic vigilante who is Ren and Stimpy's favorite hero and often does some stupid TBD.
- Muddy Mudskipper (voiced by Tom Kenny) - TBD
- Sven Höek (also voiced by Billy West) - Ren's idiotic cousin and Tracy's father who, despite being as idiotic as Stimpy, he's a good parental figure to her and trusts Ren and Stimpy with her safety.
- Slam Slammerson (voiced by TBD) - a world famous wrestler who TBD.
- The Pounder (voiced by Fred Tatasciore) - a vicious animal pounder who is out to hunt stray animals and to show that TBD.
- Soggy Waffle Woman (voiced by Kari Wahlgren) - Powdered Toast Man's arch-nemesis who is TBD.
- The Queen of Mutants (also voiced by Lacey Chabert) - TBD
- The show is rated TV-PG for some dark and grossout humor and some adult innuendo.
- Chris Reccardi was originally to serve as one of the series' co-developers, but due to his passing on May 2nd, 2019, Bob Camp and Lynne Naylor assumed full responsibilities of the show's development.
- Due to the sexual abuse cases involving its creator John Kricfalusi, Nickelodeon ordered to remove all references and mentions to him on the series to avoid potential judicial problems.
- The series uses grossout because it wouldn't be a Ren and Stimpy show without it, yet doesn't overfocus on it, making the viewers fundamentally grossed out.
- Camp explained that the the crew is committed to keep true to its roots, but not by comitting the same mistakes that Adult Party Cartoon committed, especially since it airs on Nickelodeon like the original.