It was kind of inexplicable that The Jetsons was revived in 1986—though an iconic bit of futurism from the ’60s, it wasn’t a hit show, and was cancelled at the end of one season (1962-63). It’s even more inexplicable that when the show was revived, the theme song was released as a single, and that it reached #9 on the pop chart. It’s one of the shortest hit songs ever, and the biggest pop hit to ever come from an afterschool cartoon. Here’s the official music video.
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