The 1980s sitcom "The Wonder Years" has been given a new lease of life with a reboot created by Saladin K. Patterson for ABC, with original star Fred Savage directing.
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"Dexter" Season 4 saw John Lithgow's character Arthur Mitchell getting killed, yet he is set for a return in the upcoming revival of the show.
John Kricfalusi's accuser, Robyn Byrd, said that Kricfalusi "used 'Ren & Stimpy' to lure young people to his studio and into his confidence, only to abuse them, stunt their careers, and molest young girls."
Comedy Central announced plans to reboot the popular '90s cartoon on Wednesday.
Oscar-nominated director Luca Guadagnino has been tapped to direct the remake of the 1932 and 1983 films.
The 'Saved by the Bell' reboot is expected to premiere on NBC's streaming service, Peacock, in the spring.
"It is my hope and goal that we do an 'Office' reboot," Bonnie Hammer, Chairman of Direct-to-Consumer and Digital Enterprises for NBCUniversal, said.
Are these pop stars the new female, crime-fighting trio?
"We're not trying to fill anyone's shoes."
Find out everything we know about the spinoff starring Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Liam Neeson.
And he'd likely carry a tiki torch at a white nationalist rally.
"I am at a completely different place in my life right now focusing on my businesses and relationship."
Snooki's history with Vinny may not be in her marriage's best interest.
On an episode of 'The Graham Norton Show,' the actor joked about the only role he'd be suited to play.
Sorkin suggested that the president is suffering from an "observable psychiatric disorder."
Why didn't anyone think of this before?
For starters, the Carringtons don't live in Denver anymore.
It might be wishful thinking.
The show launched the careers of Matthew Fox, Neve Campbell, Scott Wolf, Lacey Chabert and Jennifer Love Hewitt.
The filmmaker never misses an opportunity to pat himself on the back for advancing the cause of women in film.
The original series starring Fred Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo ran on CBS from 1964 to 1966.
If the Labour leader's populist reboot doesn't succeed, his leadership is doomed.
Director Timur Bekmambetov gives the classic movie an update.