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Take a Look at 30 Reboots Slated to Make a Comeback

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Reboots are all the rage in Hollywood today. We’ve simply lost count of the number of TV shows currently in development. To keep you guys up to speed, here’s a list of 30 classic productions set to make a comeback.

“Star Trek: Discovery” — CBS All Access

CBS

Status: Currently streaming, renewed for season 2

Originally aired: “Star Trek” on NBC for three seasons (1966-1969), then multiple follow-ups

“MacGyver” — CBS

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Status: Renewed for season 3

Originally aired: On ABC for seven seasons (1985-1992)

“Hawaii Five-O” — CBS

CBS

Status: Renewed for season 9

Originally aired: On CBS for 12 seasons (1968-1980)

“Magnum P.I.” — CBS

CBS

Status: Premieres September 24

Originally aired: On CBS for eight seasons (1980-1988)

“Frasier” — CBS

NBC

Status: Star Kelsey Grammer has reportedly explored a possible revival

Originally aired: On NBC for 11 seasons (1993-2004)

“Murphy Brown” — CBS

CBS

Status: Premieres this fall

Originally aired: On CBS for 10 seasons (1988-1998)

“The Twilight Zone” — CBS All Access

CBS

Status: In development from producer Jordan Peele

Originally aired: On CBS for five seasons (1959-1964)

“Will & Grace” — NBC

NBC

Status: Season 2 airs this fall, renewed for third season

Originally aired: On NBC for 8 seasons (1998-2006)

“Miami Vice” — NBC

NBC

Status: In development

Originally aired: On NBC for 5 seasons (1984-1989)

“The Munsters” — NBC

NBC

Status: In development

Originally aired: On CBS for 2 seasons (1964-1966)

“American Idol” — ABC

ABC

Status: Renewed for second season

Originally aired: On Fox for 15 seasons (2002-2016)

“The Conners” — ABC

ABC

Status: Premieres this fall and is a spinoff/second reboot of “Roseanne”

Originally aired: “Roseanne” on ABC for 9 seasons (1988-1997)

“Bewitched” — ABC

ABC

Status:In development

Originally aired: On ABC for eight seasons (1964-1972)

“The Jetsons” — ABC

ABC

Status: Live-action reboot is in development

Originally aired: On ABC for 1 season (1962), seasons 2 and 3 aired from 1985-1987

“24” prequel — Fox

FOX

Status: A prequel series is in development about the origins of Jack Bauer

Originally aired: On Fox for 9 seasons (2001-2010)

“Dynasty” — The CW

CW Network

Status: Renewed for season 2

Originally aired: On ABC for 9 seasons (1981-1989)

“Charmed” — The CW

CW Network

Status: Premieres this fall

Originally aired: On The WB for 8 seasons (1998-2006)

“Roswell, New Mexico” — The CW

WB

Status: In development

Originally aired: “Roswell” on The WB for 3 seasons (1999-2002)

“Arrested Development” — Netflix

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Status: Fifth season premiered this year (second season of Netflix revival); status of sixth season is unknown

Originally aired: On Fox for 3 seasons (2003-2006)

“Fuller House” — Netflix

Netflix

Status: Currently streaming, renewed for a fourth season

Originally aired: “Full House” on Fox for 8 seasons (1987-1995)

“Queer Eye” — Netflix

Netflix

Status: Currently streaming, renewed for third season

Originally aired: “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” on Bravo for 5 seasons (2003-2007)

“Lost in Space” — Netflix

Netflix

Status: Currently streaming, renewed for season 2

Originally aired: On CBS for 3 seasons (1965-1968)

“One Day at a Time” — Netflix

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Status: Currently streaming, renewed for third season

Originally aired: On CBS for 9 seasons (1975-1984)

“The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” — Netflix

Netflix

Status: Premieres this October

Originally aired: “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” on ABC for seven seasons (1996-2003)

“Animaniacs” — Hulu

WB

Status: In development, expected to premiere in 2020

Originally aired: On Fox for two seasons (1993-1995) and then on The WB for three more seasons (1995-1998)

“Veronica Mars” — Hulu

CW Network

Status: In development

Originally aired: On The CW for 3 seasons (2004-2007)

“The Tick” — Amazon

Amazon

Status: Currently streaming, renewed for second season

Originally aired: On Fox for one season (2001)

“Rugrats” — Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon

Status: Series in development, as well as a live-action/CGI film from Paramount

Originally aired: On Nickelodeon for 9 seasons (1992-2004)

“The L Word” — Showtime

Showtime

Status: In development

Originally aired: On Showtime for 6 seasons (2004-2009)

“ALF” — Warner Bros. TV

NBC

Status:In development

Originally aired: On NBC for four seasons (1986-1990)

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Veteran actor John Cusack to appear in Atlanta for LIVE conversation

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For fans of John Cusack and “High Fidelity”, a visit to Championship Vinyl definitely would make a “top five” list. 

The hit comedy “High Fidelity” is the story of record shop owner Rob Gordon (John Cusack) on a search for love (and the reasons behind his failed relationships) against a backdrop of over 70 songs spanning multiple decades and genres of music. With – or without – the help of his record store buddies Dick (Todd Luiso) and Barry (Jack Black’s breakout role), Rob revisits past relationships in hopes of figuring out where he has gone wrong. Released in 2000, The New York Times praised John Cusack as “a master at easygoing camaraderie.” Rotten Tomatoes has “High Fidelity” ranked #14 on the list of Best Romantic Comedies. 

Now, join John Cusack for a screening of “High Fidelity” on the big screen followed by a LIVE conversation regarding his career and the making of the film. Fans will get the opportunity to experience a moderated discussion, with John answering audience questions as well. A limited number of VIP seats will be available that include a post-show photo op with John.

Release provided by Mills Entertainment. For tickets, click here.

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Disney releases new ‘Lion King’ Trailer

The Lion King is set to be released on July 19, 2019, a month after the original flick’s 25th anniversary. And it isn’t the only live-action adaptation in the works for Disney—fans can also look forward to Aladdin (coming in May), Mulan, and The Lady and the Tramp.

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Issa Rae, Marsai Martin & Regina Hall attend the Premiere of LITTLE in Los Angeles

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Last night, local celebrities and influencers gathered at Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles for the Blue Carpet Premiere of LITTLE. Stars in attendance included the cast – Issa Rae, Marsai Martin, Regina Hall and Luke James as well as Janelle Monae, Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy, Bresha WebbKenya Barris and others!

Check out photos below from the premiere and after party.

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