When Disney announced the DuckTales reboot in February 2015, the studio had no idea what world that wily group of waterfowl would be entering into. But sometimes, we get the industrialist aquatic bird reboots we need exactly when we need them. The new DuckTales is coming–the time is now.
This morning, Disney announced the ridiculously strong voice cast for the reboot (the original cartoon went off the air in 1990) by releasing a video of the actors singing the show’s earworm theme song. The Duck family is a murderers’ row of delightful TV weirdos–Danny Pudi (Abed from Community), Ben Schwartz (Jean-Ralphio from Parks and Rec), and Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live) will play the ducklings Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Meanwhile, David Tennant (Doctor Who and Jessica Jones) will play the richest duck on earth, Scrooge McDuck. And SNL-er Beck Bennett and Kate Micucci from Raising Hope also will voice cartoon lake birds when the show premiers in summer 2017.
Watch the clip of them singing the song–now our second favorite viral DuckTales video ever–above.