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Do you remember Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup? The Powerpuff Girls that you remember from the late 90s animated television series are back for a new generation to enjoy on Hulu, the only place to find the full classic series.
About the Powerpuff Girls on Hulu
As one of Cartoon Network’s most enduring original series, the The Powerpuff Girlswere created by Craig McCracken. After the premiere in 1998, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup quickly became a global phenomenon. The world fell in love with these three giant-eyed superheroes whose missions in life alternate between going to school, fighting crime, winning at hopscotch and saving the world before bedtime. The girls are frequently called upon by the town’s mayor to help fight nearby criminals using their powers. While their differences cause them to squabble and tease, their individual strengths combined always lead them to victory. They rely on teamwork, trust, and friendship to thwart evil in a pretty adorable way.
#RealLifePowerpuff Girls Sweepstakes
To celebrate the launch of The Powerpuff Girls, Hulu wants to highlight amazing girls across the country. #RealLifePowerpuff girls are doing rad things and inspiring others along the way, whether working in the fields of science or sports, or doing great things for their families and community.
I know you have an awesome, inspiring young girl in your life!
Share your #RealLifePowerpuff girl by posting a photo or video of them on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and tag it with #RealLifePowerpuff and #Contest before the end of March.
Be sure to include what makes your #RealLifePowerpuff awesome and they might get shared and enter you to win a special PPG prize!
Besides entering the #RealLifePowerpuff sweepstakes, I’m giving one (1) winner a 6-month subscription to Hulu so you can watch the Powerpuff girls with your family! The winner will be notified via email and receive a digital code to redeem online. Use the form below to enter and good luck!
This post was sponsored by Hulu but all opinions are my own. Images courtesy of Hulu.