‘Lizzie McGuire’ is having the production’s most rugged of the original content Disney+ after the abandonment of Terri Minsky, its creator, to half of the filming of the first episodes.
Hilary Duff gave answers in a post on Instagram about the future of the series and the situation in which they find themselves. “I was incredibly excited for the brand new ‘Lizzie McGuire’ Disney+ and my passion is still there. Even so, I feel an enormous responsibility to honor the relationship of the fans with Lizzie who, as I, grew up seeing themselves in it. It would be a disservice to all over the world to the limit of the realities of the journey of a young man 30 years ago by living under the roof of a rating ‘for all ages'”continuous , Hilary Duff in its press release, “it is important for me that as his experiences as a pre-teen navigating life were genuine, his following chapters are just as real. It would be a dream if Disney will let you bring the show to Hulu, if you were interested, and could bring this beloved character again”.
All of the conflict has been caused by the adult themes that is the series that Disney seems to have a problem. According to The Hollywood Reporter, in the script for the first episode we can already see that you are treated to the sex and the horns in an obvious way.
The series of ‘With love, Simon’ and ‘High Fidelity’ is moved to the digital platform Hulu for do not submit a “version aguada” from productions of Disney+.
Return of the original cast
It would be unthinkable to think of the return of the series that hooked so many people two decades ago without its original cast. And it would have confirmed the return of the own Hilary Duff, Hallie Todd, Robert carradine to star it and Jake Thomas. Gary Marsh, president of Disney Channels Worldwide, commented that “like there would be no Lizzie McGuire without Hilary Duff, there would be a family McGuire without Hallie, Robert, and Jake. The original series saved a very special in the hearts of many and we can’t wait to introduce old and new fans to a more mature and Lizzie, perfectly imperfect“.