A pilot episode for the potential reboot was actually made for ABC back in 2018 with writer Ben Watkins at the helm and had Malik Yoba reprise his role as J.C. Williams and Luna Lauren Velez return as Nina Moreno. Unfortunately ABC passed and the planned resurrection of the show hit a wall.
Iconic family sitcom, The Wonder Years, is coming back to TV, only this time it's going to be all Black. According to published reports, the 1988 coming-of-age dramedy set in the late 1960s and early 70s that told the story of teen Kevin Arnold (played by Fred Savage) and his suburban family, is now getting a reboot that will tell the story of American life during the pivotal Civil Right Era from a Black perspective. Produced by Lee Daniels, the reboot will be set during the same time period, except it will focus on a Black family in Montgomery, Alabama.
90’s babies hold on to your blanket because Barney is retuning to a theatre near you!
Excitement builds for a possible reboot of a celebrated series.
The Twilight Zone reboot from the minds of Jordan Peele and Simon Kinberg has garnered praise amongst viewers for its fresh update on Rod Serling’s classic series
MTV’s groundbreaking reality show "The Real World" will be making a coming back, but things are going to differ on a much grander and interactive scale this time around.
You probably know Bern Nadette Stanis as Thelma Ann Evans, the only daughter of Florida and James Evans Sr. on the sitcom Good Times. Stanis confirmed that a Good Times reboot is coming soon! It was a big deal because “it was our show,” it was “the first black family show.” The Reboot will feature the […]