DuckTales is one of those shows that I grew up on, so of course I was excited to read that they were coming out with a new version of the same show. DuckTales was about Scrooge McDuck's adventures, with his sidekick Launchpad McQuack. In the reboot they added more characters such as Webby Vanderquack, Mrs. Beakly the housekeeper and part time secretary for Scrooge McDuck's, little girl. As the reboot starts it is all about Donald Duck, another sidekick in the new animation who is going for a job interview, and the nephews Hewey, Dewey, and Louie, are trying to get him dressed for a interview. He is running late for his interview, so Donald needs to find a baby sitter in order to get to his job interview. When he does not have a baby sitter they are dropped off with their other uncle Scrooge McDuck. When the nephews are placed in a room with marbles they want to escape out and explore the mansion and say "hi" to their uncle. But along the way they join Webby Vanderquakc who shows them the ropes of the mansion, and shows them what their family has done over the years, which eventually leads them on an adventure with their newly found Uncle. You can see the trailer, below, but be prepared as they have completely redone the animation in the reboot. So, if you are a fan of the old show then you might not like this one. You can see below the new animation, and can check out the new show on Disney DX.
I, for one do like this show, even after the reboot. Disney gives out a little bit of background and shows some characters in the first episode that they really have not talked about. They make the show for adults along with kids. They clearly want to get the adults involved with the story while showing off some action to keep the kids interested. For me this show gets a 4 out of 5 stars from the beginning because so far they have peaked my interest once more in the franchise of DuckTales.