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->''[[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros "New" Super Mario Bros.]] is now older than [[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 Super Mario Bros.]] was at the time VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld got released. What a timeless name, eh?''
-->-- '''[[http://www.suppermariobroth.com/ Supper Mario Broth]]'s Website/{{Twitter}} [[https://twitter.com/MarioBrothBlog Feed]]'''

Making a title for a sequel by sticking the word "new" or "neo" in front of it. Of course, [[TimeMarchesOn after a few years]], it won't be new anymore. Incidentally, [[Administrivia/ExamplesAreNotRecent this is why you shouldn't write "new" "recent" or "now" in pages]].

Do not confuse with TheFullNameAdventures, which focuses on when titles include the "Adventures" part rather than the "New".


%%Note that Administrivia/ExamplesAreNotRecent. Don't say how many years old the "new" series now is.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''New Anime/CuteyHoney''
* Not exactly a sequel, but it still counts: ''Anime/PapillonRose New Season''
* ''New Anime/DreamHunterRem''
* ''[[Manga/KimbaTheWhiteLion The New Adventures of Kimba the White Lion]]''.
* The second ''Anime/LupinIII'' TV series was called ''Shin Lupin III'', i.e., "The New Lupin III".
* ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing]]'' ("New Mobile War Chronicles Gundam Wing")

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Creator/MarvelComics got downright silly with this trope in the 2000s.
** ''New [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]]''! ''ComicBook/NewXMen''! ''New Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}''! ''New Comicbook/{{Exiles}}''! ''New ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}''! When ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'' got relaunched in the middle of this, the joke was that it was going to be called ''New New Warriors''.
** Not to mention 1975's "All New, All Different" ''ComicBook/XMen'', which was at least not the official title (and continued 3 of the 6 protagonists from the previous issues, so it was BlatantLies).
** ''New Excalibur'' was the most ridiculous example, because it came directly after the "Professor X and Magneto in Genosha" ''Excalibur'' title, and was about a mutant team based in the UK, led by Captain Britain. It was, in fact, '''''Old''' Excalibur''.
** The ''ComicBook/AllNewXMen'' in the 2012 ComicBook/MarvelNOW relaunch had the same deal as Excalibur, as they are in fact the original team timeshifted to the present day. Also in Marvel NOW!, the second wave of the relaunch was called "All-New Marvel NOW!" and new comics included ''ComicBook/AllNewGhostRider'' (a new LegacyCharacter) and ''All-New ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' (ComicBook/TheFalcon taking up Cap's mantle). {{Averted}} with the new female Thor introduced, who simply called {{ComicBook/Thor|2014}}. For the record, "All-New Captain America" was dropped when the original Cap came back a few years later, with both heroes having books called "Captain America: [real name]".
** The 2015 relaunch was called ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel''. This relaunch included ''both'' a ''New Avengers'' and an ''All-New, All-Different Avengers'', as well as ''ComicBook/AllNewWolverine'' (the original's OppositeSexClone taking on his title).
* Creator/MarvelComics' ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' are pretty damn old by now.
* The New Teen Titans. As this comic became Creator/DCComics' #1 hit for a while, the title lasted long after it could hardly be said to be new. They actually lost the "Teen" before they lost the "New".
* ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures''
* The very first comic book put out by what would become Creator/DCComics, ushering in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, was called ''New Fun Comics''.
* DC's ComicBook/New52 continuity. The name was dropped after a few years, and soon afterward ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' established that it was in fact the ''old'' continuity; just tampered with.
* Speaking of ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', it debuted ''ComicBook/NewSuperman''. Though when you're the first proper LegacyCharacter to [[Franchise/{{Superman}} a hero with an eighty-year publishing history]], the "New" label is pretty justified.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''[[Literature/PippiLongstocking The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking]]''

* ''Series/DoctorWho: [[Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures The New Adventures]]''
* ''The New Adventures of [[Creator/MaryKateAndAshleyOlsen Mary-Kate & Ashley]]''
* ''The New Wizard of Oz'' was merely a 1903 reprint of ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz''.
* ''Perry Rhodan Neo'', though it is a reboot rather than a sequel, started in 2011. They also added the somewhat unfortonate subtitle "The future starts again".

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/LoisAndClark: The New Adventures of Superman''
* Creator/{{GSN}}'s ''Series/{{Whammy}}!'', the 2002 remake of ''Series/PressYourLuck'', was first called ''Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck''.
* ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfBeansBaxter'': Interesting in that there weren't any "old" adventures for these to be the "new" adventures of. It's implied that his father (Beans Sr.) had the original adventures.
* Similar to the ''Beans Baxter'' example, ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' doesn't really succeed any "old" adventures - only this one makes it clear it's a PunBasedTitle.
* ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'':
** Bob Barker hosted ''The New Price Is Right''. In '''the 1970s.'''
** Similarly, Doug Davidson hosted another ''New Price Is Right'' (a syndicated show separate from the CBS daytime version) in the early 1990s.
* ''Series/MatchGame '73'' was widely billed in TV listings as ''The New Match Game.''
* ''The New [[Series/TheRedGreenShow Red Green Show]]''. (The only thing that was new was the [[ChannelHop network it aired on]].)
* The syndicated edition of ''Series/FamilyFeud'' was renamed ''New Family Feud'' during Ray Combs' run in 1992, to accomodate the changes made to the gameplay (read: the Bullseye round). The title only lasted two years.
* ''Series/LetsMakeADeal'' was retitled ''The All-New Let's Make a Deal'' for its 1984-1986 run.
* The short-lived 1981-82 game show ''Series/{{Battlestars}}'' was revived for a few months in 1983; for that run it was retitled as ''The New Battlestars'' (the biggest change was to the BonusRound, which was now more relevant to the main game).
* Played with in ''Series/TheVicarofDibley'' when the parish council discuss a name for the new road.
* The ''Series/WonderWoman'' Live Action TV series' second season is renamed ''The New Adventures of Wonder Woman''. {{Justified}} in that the first season takes place during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII but the "new" adventures take place in then-present day.
* ''Series/{{Pyramid}}'' examples:
** CBS' 1982-88 ''The $25,000 Pyramid'' briefly added ''New'' to its title to distinguish itself from the 1974-79 syndicated version, also called ''The $25,000 Pyramid''. This lasted a couple of years or so.
** The 1991 revival of ''The $100,000 Pyramid'' didn't have a ''New'' in the title on-air, but was packaged with one.

[[folder:Print Media]]
* ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' parodied this in "If Truth in Advertising Laws Applied to Comic Books," where one fictional title was "The Old Adventures of Superman Made to Look Like the New Adventures of Superman."

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* The New Dream Team, Wrestling/GregValentine and Dino Bravo.
* The New [[Wrestling/TheRockNRollExpress Rock N Roll Express]], either Ricky Morton and Davey Morton (Kid Kash) or Ricky Morton and Ricky Fuji.
* The New Midnight Express, Wrestling/BobHolly and Bart Gunn.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/AloneInTheDarkTheNewNightmare''
* When Nintendo brought ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' back to its original 2D platforming roots, they started naming the games in this genre ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros''
** Also, most likely because of this name, we have ''VideoGame/YoshisNewIsland''.
* ''New VideoGame/AdventureIsland''
* ''VideoGame/NeoAngelique''
* ''Neo VideoGame/{{Contra}}''
* ''Neo VideoGame/{{Nectaris}}''
* ''New Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} II''
* ''New Rally-X'', the UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/RallyX''
* ''The New VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' (1999) passed off Square mode as the future of Tetris.
* ''VideoGame/PacMan 2: The New Adventures''
* ''Shin VideoGame/{{Shinobi}} Den'' ("New Shinobi Legend")
* ''VideoGame/ShinSuperRobotWars'' (where "shin" is Japanese for "new")
* ''Shin Kugyokuden'', Technosoft's ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' clone, was a follow-up to an ActionAdventure game called ''Kugyokuden'' (or "Legendly Nine Gems," to use the {{UsefulNotes/MSX}} version's Engrish in-game title); the added "shin" means "new."
* The UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade version of ''VideoGame/TroubleWitches'' was titled ''Trouble Witches Neo!''.
* When a new game of ''[[VideoGame/BubbleBobble Bubble Symphony]]'' begins, the screen describes the game as "The New Adventure of 'Bubble Bobble' - The Next Generation -".
* The most well-known example when it comes to consoles is the New UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS.
* There's also the "New UsefulNotes/XboxOne Experience", an update for the Xbox One interface powered by Windows 10.
* ''New Zero Team'' was the first UpdatedRerelease of the UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame ''Zero Team'', but with Stages 1 and 2 switching places with Stages 3 and 4 to make it look like a different game.
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePantsLightsCameraPants'' has the ShowWithinAShow ''The New Adventures of Mermaidman & Barnacle Boy''.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* An especially quirky example is ''WebComics/TheNewAdventuresOfQueenVictoria''.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/TheNewAdventuresOfCaptainS'' intentionally invoked the resulting cheesiness, being made in the style of teen 1990s TV series. Also {{Justified}}: the "original adventures" are a short video, shot in 2003, where Chad Williams plays Captain S and enters SubTerrania. Parts of it would be remade with Brett Vanderbrook as Captain S and incorporated in episode 4.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''The New Adventures of WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}''.
* ''Franchise/TheNewAdventuresOfHeMan'', the futuristic sequel to ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse''
* In-show example: on the ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' episode, "Less Than Zero" (the one where Fry, Leela, and Bender become superheroes), there was a mock opening sequence labelling the trio, ''The New Justice Team''.
* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' uses this trope a lot:
** ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies''
** ''WesternAnimation/TheAllNewScoobyAndScrappyDooShow''
** ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMysteries''
** ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo''
* ''Brand Spankin' New WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''. The producers obviously saw this coming, so after one season they renamed it ''Creator/{{Disney}}'s Doug''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh''
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' was retitled ''The New Batman Adventures'' for its fourth season.
* ''The New WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog''; this was the name Toon Disney used when airing the comedic ''Sonic'' series (though the show was [[BlatantLies otherwise the same]]).
* Creator/{{Filmation}} liked this for its licensed properties.
** Filmation's ''The New Adventures of WesternAnimation/MightyMouse And Heckle & Jeckle'' (1979) as well as Ralph Bakshi's ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' (1987).
** Filmation also had ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfBatman''.
** And ''The New Adventures of Radio/TheLoneRanger'' and ''The New Adventures of Franchise/{{Zorro}}.''

[[folder:Real Life]]
* One of the few geographic examples regarding an actual destroyed place is the Indian capital, New Delhi. (in contrast to fiction, where cities such as [[Manga/{{Akira}} Neo-Tokyo]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} New New York]] are common) Often this is only an homage: New York (English city), New Jersey (island in the English Channel), New Zealand (Danish island), New Hampshire (English county), New Orleans (French city). Meanwhile, New Mexico is not named after the country, but the ''Mexica'' Aztec Empire, that didn't go that far up. Then there's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Taipei_City New Taipei City]], [[PlanetOfSteves which is even neighbor to Taipei]].
* There is a town with a street called "New Street".
** Many places have roads with a name that starts with 'New'.
* There is a river in the southeastern United States called the New River. Ironically, it is geologically the oldest river in the region.
* In England there's the New Forest which is not only approaching a thousand years of age but since the dawn of the 21st century another forest was commissioned and is called the National Forest.
* Pont Neuf (New Bridge) in Paris, named to differentiate it from the older bridges surrounding it, is now the oldest standing bridge across the River Seine.
* When the Portuguese Espírito Santo bank was dissolved, one of the two banks that were created to replace it is named Novo Banco (New Bank).