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    TV Reboots, Remakes And Revivals Coming Your Way

    Lizzie McGuire, Punky Brewster, Saved By The Bell and more are coming back to TV. (This is for the Editorial Fellowship.)

    A spate of new television revivals and reimaginings are in development at several networks and streaming sites looking to capitalize on nostalgia.

    Here are ten recently announced projects that may be coming back to the small screen soon.

    The Animaniacs

    Beavis & Butt-Head

    CSI: Vegas

    Gossip Girl


    Lizzie McGuire

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    Original run: The Disney Channel comedy made Hilary Duff a new "it girl" as the titular character navigating her way through the changes of growing up. It ran for two seasons on the "House of Mouse" network from 2001 to 2004 and included a theatrical film that provided plenty of memes and a Millennial anthem.

    What to expect: The new series would star Duff (and her animated alter ego) as a 30-year-old New Yorker. Her family (as played by Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine and Jake Thomas) would also pop up along with her middle school bestie/OTP Gordo (Adam Lamberg).

    “The good news is, just like me and everybody who loved Lizzie and has grown up with her, Lizzie’s also grown up,” Duff said at the D23 Expo convention in 2019. “She’s older, she’s wiser, she has a much bigger shoe budget, which is super exciting. She has her dream job. She has kind of the perfect life right now.”

    Premiere: Production on the Disney+ Lizzie McGuire revival screeched to a halt earlier this year after original series creator and revival showrunner Terri Minsky was fired after only two episodes, Variety reported. Some have speculated that the grown-up series may not see the light of day. Others envisioned it winding up on Hulu like the Disney-produced Love, Victor, if it weren't the squeaky-clean image the brand upholds.

    In July, Duff said she was hopeful the revival could get off the ground again after the coronavirus pandemic lets up.

    "Disney has certain things that have to be met for their brand, and I totally understand that, and they totally understand my needs," she told PopSugar. "So we're in a really good place of being like, 'Hey, we pressed pause, and we're regrouping.' There's been a lot of like creative meetings, obviously virtually. I think we're on the right path, and I want it to happen more than anyone and they obviously feel the same way."

    Punky Brewster

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    Original run: The OG NBC series "Punky Brewster" aired from 1984 to 1988 and spawned a concurrent animated spin-off, It's Punky Brewster, that lasted two seasons.

    What to expect: Soleil Moon Frye returns to the titular role, now a single mom raising three kids who encounters a girl in the foster-care system who reminds her of herself. Freddie Prinze Jr. plays Punky's ex-husband and original series regular Cherie Johnson returns as Punky's best friend, Cherie.

    Premiere: No Peacock streaming date has been announced yet for the 10-episode series.

    The Ren & Stimpy Show

    Saved By The Bell

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    Original run: The original Saved By The Bell lasted four seasons on from 1989 to 1993. A spin-off, Saved By The Bell: The College Years, ran for 19 episodes from May 1993, to Feb. 1994; a TV-movie finale aired Oct. 7, 1994. Another spin-off, Saved By The Bell: The New Class, ran for seven seasons from 1993 to 2000.

    What to expect: It's back to school at Bayside High. But this time, things are a bit edgier. No longer a Saturday-morning light sitcom, this single-camera "reimagining" aims to be a funny show about high school with some familiar faces from the original show (Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley Lauren).

    A trailer released Monday included several throwbacks to the original run — like Jessie's (Berkley Lauren) "after-school special" addiction to caffeine pills.

    In the series, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who played the rambunctious Zack Morris, is now California governor, who proposes sending students from low-income high schools to highest performing ones in the state, like Bayside High.

    Premiere: No premiere date has been announced yet but it will stream on Peacock. Are you "so excited?"

    Who's the Boss

    The Wonder Years

    How do you feel about remakes and reboots? Will you tune in to any of these shows?