I've done the math myself, and it has come to my attention that Steven Spielberg's Animaniacs is going to turn 25 years old by next year. 2018 also marks the show's twentieth year of hiatus. Ever since Scoring Session and Wakko's Wish, there has never been any acknowledgment of the show's existence outside of poorly made video game tie-ins, despite the show gaining over 1 million views, sharing a demographic of both kids and adults Having said that, I feel that something must be done in order to commemorate the beloved nostalgic show's anniversary, like a couple of micro shorts, or a new short film, somewhere along those lines; at this stage in the game, if a new Animaniacs season were produced, by the time that came out, the show would be pushing its 30th anniversary. I feel that this show is long overdue for new content, while other franchises(Tom and Jerry, Scooby Doo) have been allowed to maintain relevance, each new entry more redundant than the last. Let's give the greenlight to an old show that actually deserves it. If The Simpsons is allowed to live for this long, why not Animaniacs? Out of Spielberg's cartoon line-up(Tiny Toons, Freakazoid, Histeria, Transylvania), Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain seemed to leave a lasting impression upon audiences of the 1990s. I just hope this small return to the mainstream will pique the 21st century's audience's curiosity, and rouse up enough public interest to then do a full-scale reboot like DuckTales 2017 or Powerpuff Girls 2016. To accomplish this feat, I want to hand write, or email, or tweet Sam Register, or Steven Spielberg, or a related Warner Bros executive personally to let him know about this travesty. How would I be able to do that?