The Flintstones (2012 TV series) (Johnsonverse)
The Flintstones is an American animated series based on the 1960-1966 television series of the same name. It is produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, and has aired on WBC since September 9, 2012. The series takes place one year after the events of A Flintstone Family Christmas (1993), and is more adult-oriented as in the first two seasons.
First announced in 2010, the series has been critically acclaimed for its faithfulness to the source material. It was announced on July 19, 2019 that the ninth season would be the final season.
- Fred Flintstone (Jeff Bergman) is the series' protagonist. A bumbling, short-tempered man, Fred is
- Wilma Flintstone (Tress MacNeille) is Fred's wife.
- Stony Flintstone (Candi Milo) is Fred and Wilma’s adopted son.
- Barney Rubble (Frank Welker) is Fred's best friend.
- Betty Rubble (B. J. Ward) is Barney's wife.
- Dino (Mel Blanc; archive audio) is the Flintstones' pet dinosaur.
- Baby Puss (Frank Welker) is the Flintstones' pet tiger. He is seen
- Hoppy (Eric Bauza) is the Rubbles' pet hopparoo. He
- Pebbles Flintstone-Rubble (Megan Mullally) is Fred and Wilma's daughter and the wife of Bamm-Bamm.
- Bamm-Bamm Rubble (Jerry Houser) is Barney and Betty's adopted son and the husband of Pebbles.
- Roxy Rubble (Russi Taylor in Seasons 1 to 8, Kaitlyn Robrock in Season 9) is Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm's daughter.
- Chip Rubble (E. G. Daily) is Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm's son.
- Mr. Slate (John Stephenson) is Fred and Barney's employer. He is a
Many voice actors in the series reprise their roles from other media. Frank Welker and B. J. Ward reprise their roles as Barney and Betty Rubble for the first time since 1994, while the characters Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Rubble are voiced by Megan Mullally and Jerry Houser, reprising their roles from the specials I Yabba-Dabba Do!, Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby, and A Flintstone Family Christmas, all released in 1993. John Stephenson reprises his role as Mr. Slate from the original series, the only original cast member to do so apart from the late Mel Blanc, whose archival recordings from various projects are used for the character Dino. Candi Milo voices Fred and Wilma's adopted son Stony due to the retirement of his original voice actor, Christine Cavanaugh, from voice acting in 2002 and her subsequent death in 2014.