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: The movie will feature original voices from the series.WHAT TO EXPECT: A live-action sitcom reboot of the beloved ’60s animated series, which will once again take place 100 years in the future and “look at America’s favorite future family through a modern filter.” STATUS: Received a put-pilot order at ABC (August 2017) WHAT TO EXPECT: A potential revival of the animated comedy, which originally ran from 1997 to 2009 STATUS: Fox has had “preliminary conversations” with series creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels about bringing the series back.WHAT TO EXPECT: An updated version of the ’80s action drama, which starred Tom Selleck as a Navy SEAL-turned-private eye who used his military expertise to solve cases STATUS: Pilot ordered at CBS (January 2018) WHAT IT IS: A newly reimagined version of the acoustic concert series, in which chart-topping musicians perform stripped-down versions of their biggest songs STATUS: Premiered Sept.8; airs Fridays at 8/7c on MTV WHAT TO EXPECT: A new reboot of the classic sitcom, which will switch coasts and focus on a family of oddball creatures in Brooklyn STATUS: In development at NBC (August 2017), with Seth Meyers on board as an executive producer WHAT TO EXPECT: A fresh take on the animated series that originally ran from 1984 to 1991; each CG-animated episode will feature two 11-minute stories centering on baby versions of Kermit, Miss Piggy and the gang STATUS: Premiering on Disney Junior in 2018 WHAT TO EXPECT: A continuation of the beloved workplace comedy, which would once again be set at Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch STATUS: In early development at NBC, with plans to premiere during the 2018-2019 TV season (December 2017) WHAT TO EXPECT: A reboot of the 1990s Fox drama, which would be centered around a first-generation Latino family who have immigrated to the United States STATUS: Received a pilot production commitment at Freeform (January 2018); original series creators Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman are spearheading the reboot.
WHAT TO EXPECT: A revival of the classic game show, which asks contestants to perform various shopping-related tasks in a grocery story STATUS: Confirmed by Fremantle Media (October 2017), though a network or premiere date have not been announced.WHAT IT WAS: A new, Kiefer Sutherland-less sequel to Fox’s action-packed drama STATUS: Cancelled after one season; Fox is currently developing a new incarnation of the series that focuses on “a female prosecutor who uncovers a legal conspiracy and has to work against the clock to save a death row inmate facing imminent execution whom she had helped prosecute but may be innocent.” (November 2017) WHAT TO EXPECT: A revival of the long-running singing competition, which ended its initial 15-season run in April 2016 STATUS: Premiering Sunday, March 11, at 8/7c on ABC ANYTHING ELSE?: Ryan Seacrest will return as host; Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan will judge.(January 2018) , a revival of the ’90s animated series in the form of a one-hour TV special STATUS: Greenlit at Nickelodeon, to premiere in 2018 (June 2017) ANYTHING ELSE?
: The original voice cast will reunite for the TV movie.
7; renewed for Season 2 WHAT TO EXPECT: A reboot of the ’80s cult classic, with a twist: Instead of the original’s accidental superhero Ralph Hinkley, the new protagonist will be an Indian-American woman named Meera (to be played by WHAT TO EXPECT: A remake of the 1979 mystery drama, this time with a gay couple at the forefront, who must balance their love of crime-solving with their love of one another STATUS: In development at NBC (September 2015) WHAT IT WAS: A new take on the beloved sitcom, which would have once again centered on two couples who double as best friends and neighbors — only this time, one of the couples was to remarry after divorcing each other four years prior STATUS: WHAT TO EXPECT: A revival of the 1970s docuseries that will once again share investigations into mysteries and phenomena STATUS: Ten episodes ordered at History Channel ANYTHING ELSE?