It sure seems like Cap'n Crunch has been enjoying his cereal mascot retirement in relative anonymity compared to some of his other cereal mascot contemporaries, doesn't it?
The ever-popular cereal from Quaker is hedging bets on nostalgia and social media for the resurrection of the beloved cereal mascot that could be seen in nearly every Saturday morning commercial break from the 60s to the early 90s. As part of the resurrection, there will be a nine-episode pilot program for 'The Cap'n Crunch Show' that will run from late spring until summer of 2013, with the possibility of renewal if it generates enough views. Topics for discussion will include subjects like pop culture and social media with real guests. Pretty heady stuff for a cereal mascot if you ask me.