You’ve probably seen—or at least heard of these nostalgic TV series— but did you know they have reboots?
Stimulate your TV nostalgia with this list of notable reboots.
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Nearly 12 years after its initial final episode aired in 2006, NBC’s Will & Grace makes a popular comeback in 2017.
Watch the groundbreaking sitcom of two unlike people, Will Truman and Grace Adler, living together in Manhattan, New York.
The original story of Twin Peaks follows the life of FBI Agent, Dale Cooper, who travels to the small logging town of Twin Peaks to solve the murder of a high school homecoming queen, Laura Palmer.
But now 25 years later, Dale Cooper must return to the eerie Washington town of Twin Peaks.
That’s So Raven made us laugh over Raven’s quirky adventures throughout San Francisco.
Ten years later, Raven’s not a teenager anymore, but she is still having adventures because now she is an adult with children.
Fall in love with Raven and the family all over again with Raven’s Home.
Almost 40 years after the original crime series premiered in 1968, Hawaii Five-O reemerged in 2010 with a new task force ready to take on the worst crimes on the beaches of Aloha.
One of America’s most beloved San Francisco families returned to the small screen, but the show has transformed from a Full House to an even, Fuller House.
Revive your fandom for the Tanner family with this all new series about D.J. and Stephanie Tanner, along with old-friend Kimmy Gibbler, who are living and raising children together in San Francisco.
How can anyone forget about the ecccentric Bluth family?
Unfortuntely, Arrested Development only ran from 2003 to 2006 before being cancelled by Fox. However, in 2012, Fox launched the show’s fourth season, which marked the show’s long-awaited return.
The shocking, yet somehow captivating TV show continues with an all-new host after its 2012 cancelation.
Watch Ludacris host the revival of Fear Factor on MTV.
Rewatch and get ready for the new generation BBC’s classic time traveling Doctor.