ABC saw huge ratings last season for their Roseanne revival.
The network has since developed a Roseanne spin-off, called The Conners, which will premiere in Oct. 2018, and features all the major leads minus Roseanne Barr.
Netflix’s Fuller House sequel series continues to get renewed. The family-friendly show brings back Full House familiar faces, including Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber and Scott Weinger.
Netflix’s Queer Eye follow up is also one of the most talked-about series on the popular streaming service. The reboot of the Bravo series follows a new Fab Five (Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk and Jonathan Van Ness) as they makeover a different person each episode.
The show, which debuted in 2018, has already been renewed for a third season—which fans can stream in 2019.
Reboots for classic series like MacGyver, Dynasty and The Gong Show as well as revival series like Will & Grace and Twin Peaks have gotten plenty of press.
It is official: TV is reboot crazy.
Instead of wondering “what if?” about your favorite TV characters, fans are now able to see what has happened to the stars of their favorite shows thanks to the surging popularity of reboot series.
And more reboots, reimaginings and sequel series are in the works. Some reboots reunite the iconic casts from the first series, while others have a new take on a familiar story.
Have you ever wondered what investigative journalist Murphy Brown has been up to for the past twenty years? We are about to find out, thanks to a CBS reboot.
Have you ever wanted to see what Charmed would be like with a new trio of witches? The CW has got you covered with a reboot of the supernatural series, starring an all-new cast, premiering this fall.
Which series are next to get the reboot treatment? Scroll through our list to see what’s coming.
The award-winning sitcom centered around an investigative journalist (Candice Bergen) is getting a 13-episode revival at CBS, which premieres Sept. 27. The series, which initially aired from 1988 to 1998, will address the #MeToo movement and other timely subjects.
Howie Mandel's game show returns to primetime—premiering Wednesday, Dec. 5 on CNBC. The show previously aired from 2005 to 2009 on NBC.
New parents Heidi and Spencer Pratt are among the reality stars returning for a reboot of The Hills. The network announced the revival of the L.A.-based reality series during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 20. The Hills: New Beginnings is set to premiere in 2019.
Though there's no official announcement on more Office episodes, several stars of the NBC comedy have said they'd like to do a revival, including John Krasinski, Ed Helms and Rainn Wilson.
The 1980s crime series starring Tom Selleck is getting modernized for the new millenia. On Sept. 24, CBS will premiere its reboot series starring the handsome Jay Hernandez as the new Thomas Magnum.
The Emmy Award-winning drama ran for three seasons on HBO and is returning... as a movie. An HBO rep stated that the film is currently scheduled to start shooting in October.
Another hit show coming back as a feature film, this British period drama about the aristocratic Crawley family is set to get the big screen treatment. Downton Abbey ended its six-season run in the U.S. in 2016.
The CW debuted their trailer at San Diego Comic-Con for the upcoming reboot series, Roswell: New Mexico. The remake is slated for a 2019 release and stars Grey's Anatomy actress Jeanine Mason as Liz, The Originals' Nathan Parsons as Max and Lily Cowles as Isobel.
Veronica Mars is being revived by Hulu for an eight-episode limited series. Series star Kristen Bell confirmed the news on her social media. The series, about a mystery-solving teen, ran for three seasons from 2004 to 2007.
The '80s cartoon, following a young orphan who becomes a warrior princess after finding a magical sword, is getting rebooted by Netflix. The new series premieres Nov. 16 on the streaming service.
Freeform has announced a pilot is in the works for a reimagined Party of Five, which would focus on five children navigating life after their parents are deported to Mexico. Neve Campbell, who starred in the ‘90s drama, told ET she think the planned reboot is “wonderful.”
MTV is reportedly developing a live-action reboot of this '90s animated series. The original series ran on MTV from 1991-1995. Charlize Theron starred in a 2005 live-action feature film based on the sci-fi show.
A reimagining of MTV's animated series named after its titular misanthropic teenage feminist, Daria, is heading to the small screen. Daria & Jodie will follow Daria and her more likeable friend, Jodie Landon.
Oscar winner Jordan Peele is one of the executive producers for a new Twilight Zone series—coming to CBS’ streaming service CBS All Access. The original sci-fi series ran on CBS for five years, from 1959 to 1964.
Another MTV reboot in the works? The channel plans to bring back its most iconic reality series: The Real World. Since its first broadcast in 1992, the network's longest-running program has aired 32 seasons. Now, MTV is apparently looking for a streaming service to buy a potential revival series of the show that puts strangers in a house to see what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real.
America's favorite alien wiseguy, who had his own NBC sitcom for four seasons in 1986-1990, is making a comeback. According to Variety, Warner Bros. TV is in the early stages of developing an ALF reboot.
The cult classic, which ran for seven seasons on the WB and UPN, is in the early stages of making a comeback. The series creator Joss Whedon is reportedly on board for the new Buffy which will cast an African American lead in the slayer role, according to Deadline.
Viewers may remember this Emmy Award-winning anthology series, created by Steven Spielberg, which ran on NBC from 1985 to 1987. Each episode explored a fantasy, horror or sci-fi story, with several notable stars making appearances. Now, Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis have been tapped as showrunners on Apple's reboot of the series.
Nickelodeon is developing a Clarissa Explains It All revival which would bring back Melissa Joan Hart, who is said to be reprising her role as Clarissa Darling. No release date has been announced.
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, as well as Pinky and the Brain, are getting at least two seasons at Hulu. The streaming service announced that an Animaniacs reboot will start airing in 2020. The family-friendly show's initial run was 1993 to 1998 on Fox Kids followed by The WB.
The sitcom's star, Kelsey Grammer, is said to be in the "very, very early" stages of discussing a revival for the Cheers spin-off. The comedy ran for 11 season on NBC from 1993 to 2004.
A network's gotta do what a network's gotta do, and for Nickelodeon that means revisiting Tommy Pickles and the gang with a new 26-episode season and a live-action movie featuring CGI characters.
On Oct. 14, The CW will premiere its reboot of the cult series Charmed—two decades after the original series debuted. The supernatural series will still center around three witchy sisters, but the reboot is reportedly more diverse and and will tackle timely topics including immigration and sexuality.
A Bewitched reboot could be flying through the airwaves in the near future. ABC has a pilot production commitment for a supernatural, single camera reimagining centered around an interracial family.
Children of the '90s will be happy to hear that Nickelodeon has ordered 20 episodes of a Blue's Clues reboot. The lovable pup, Blue, will be back—but Steve and Joe will likely be replaced by new human friends.
Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis is executive-producing a live-action reboot of The Jetsons for ABC, according to reports. The pilot, which is still in development, will be filmed in front of a live studio audience.
As Fran Drescher's comedy celebrates its 25th anniversary, the show's star admits she has been "talking" about a Nanny revival.
This memorable '90s cartoon is coming back as a one-hour TV movie. Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling will air on Nickelodeon in 2018.
You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have a Facts of Life reboot—reportedly being produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jessica Biel’s production companies. The classic '80s sitcom is still in the early stages of making a comeback.
Nickelodeon's upcoming TV movie Invader Zim: Enter The Florpus brings back fan-favorite characters from the animated series, which premiered in 2001 and had 27 episodes, before getting canceled.
Disney Channel's animated series Kim Possible, which ran from 2002 to 2007, followed a "normal" teen girl who also fought crime. The network will premiere a live-action movie reboot in 2019.
It has been reported that Sony Pictures Television Studios is behind revival efforts for the sitcom, which ran from 1986 to 1993 on CBS.