It was hinted in early January that Will & Grace might grace us against our will once more. Nostalgia is a hungry beast that demands to be fed.
It’s a given that after you read this news about Queen Latifah teasing a Living Single reboot during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live! with Andy Cohen that the legendary theme song will play over and over in your head.
Out of all the shows they could possibly reboot, never did I ever think I’d be pleased about this one, but here we go: Charmed is coming back to the CW where it rightfully belongs.
Dynasty is the next popular classic to be unnecessarily resurrected for the modern era. The series is getting a reboot with the help of Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage.
It’d be great if Hollywood left well enough alone, but because I’m not in charge and other people ostensibly are, a new Heathers anthology TV show is getting a pilot for TV Land.
Nobody puts Jennifer Grey in a Dirty Dancing remake (sorry, it was low-hanging fruit). Although she was offered a role in ABC’s upcoming television movie, she respectfully declined.
Tomb Raider is returning to theaters with Ex Machina’s Alicia Vikander playing Lara Croft, a role made famous by Angelina Jolie. This means there’s going to be a Tomb Raider reboot we don’t need.
I’m going to keep this brief because I don’t need a spike in my blood pressure early in the day, but TV Land order a pilot for an adaptation of First Wives Club—one of the most delightful and re-watchable of all 90s comedies—into a series with a new cast (why bother if Goldie, Bette, and Diane aren’t involved), a new…
Although rumors have been swirling in the crisp Connecticut air since last summer, we are now officially officially getting a Gilmore Girl’s reboot. So, ok then.
Sony has closed a deal with the Jim Henson Company to produce a reboot of Labyrinth, the 1986 fantasy film which starred a teenaged Jennifer Connelly trying to rescue her baby brother from a goblin king, played by David Bowie. The news evokes feelings of “Too soon” and questions of “Why, even?” Seriously, why?
Since giving a pilot order to the new Nancy Drew-themed television series, CBS has released more details about its premise, reports Variety. Simply titled, Drew, the show will turn the iconic girl detective into a 30-something who “investigates and solves crimes using her uncanny observational skills, all while…
While there’s been an ongoing trend of popular television shows from the ‘80s and ‘90s returning in the form of reboots—including The X-Files, Twin Peaks, Gilmore Girls and Full House—there’s at least one sitcom we don’t have to worry about coming back: Saved by the Bell.
Since we’re getting closer to the release of the upcoming X-Files revival, Fox has released a new gift: a teaser showing the first minute of the first episode. The clip, which can be seen on DoYouStillBelieve.com, shows old footage from the original series in the form of photographs and case files, while Mulder (David…
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that every actor really wants to direct, and Bradley Cooper is no exception to the old cliche. According to Page Six, Cooper is moving ahead with his plan to direct A Star Is Born, a reboot of a reboot, and Beyoncé has reportedly joined the cast. “Beyoncé is a go,” a source told…
Ever since the Ghostbusters remake was first announced, the film has faced criticism and controversy from fans of the original who are appalled that four talented women have dared to portray the paranormal investigating quartet.
ABC’s newest series is not necessarily a reboot, but it is definitely from the past, a past some of us (not me) are trying to forget. The network has pulled from the Julia Roberts film canon to come up with a new half-hour show, which will act as a sequel to My Best Friend’s Wedding. What in the name of Rupert Everett…
The reboot factory has brought us a shiny new gift, and it comes from one of Aaron Spelling’s classic productions. ABC is reincarnating Fantasy Island, the late ‘70s, early ‘80s series about a mysterious island where visitors pay to live out their dreams and desires.
Well look at what we’ve got here, a reboot that actually sounds interesting: NBC is planning to remake 1980s mystery series Hart to Hart, but with a gay couple! The original show, which aired from 1979 to 1984, starred Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers as Jonathan and Jennifer Hart, a glamorous couple who traveled the…
Another day, another notch on the reboot belt, and it’s time to start practicing the Carlton: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is getting a modern makeover.