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The nostalgia is real at Netflix. The streaming platform is reviving yet another beloved property, this one should delight children of the 1980s: She-Ra.

Coming in 2018, the new She-Ra is from Eisner Award-winning author and executive producer Noelle Stevenson. It's described as a "modern take on the ‘80s girl power icon for a new generation of young fans."

In a press release, Netflix said "fans are in store for an epic and timely tale that celebrates female friendship and empowerment, lead by a warrior princess tailor made for today."

The original series debuted in 1985.

But wait, there's more! She-Ra isn't the only new cartoon based on a pre-existing property Netflix is working on with DreamWorks.

There's DreamWorks Trolls: The Beat Goes On! coming January 19, 2018. Skylar Astin of Pitch Perfect fame takes on the voice of Branch and This Is Us' Amanda Leighton is Poppy. The series picks up where the original left off. And The Boss Baby: Back in Business is also set for a 2018 debut. The new series follows Boss Baby navigating Baby Corp and "angling to achieve the near-impossible: the work-life balance of a modern career baby."

See what other remakes and reboots are in the works.

Bewitched

ABC

WHAT: A modern remake of the classic sitcom from black-ish's Kenya Barris and Yamara Taylor, according to Deadline. The new version follows Samantha, a black single mom (who is also a witch), who marries Darren, a white mortal who's a bit of a slacker.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Nope, right now it's just a pilot commitment order at ABC.

Veronica Mars, Kristen Bell

Warner Bros. Entertainment

WHAT: A miniseries revival of Veronica Mars on Hulu with series star Kristen Bell returning as the titular private eye. Series creator Rob Thomas is also board, according to a source.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, the deal isn't quite done, but it's happening, Marshmallows!

The Hills Cast, MTV Video Music Awards, VMA's

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WHAT: A revival of The Hills, MTV's fan-favorite reality show, following the likes of Heidi Montag and Audrina Patridge.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Coming to MTV in 2019.

Last Man Standing, Tim Allen

Fox

WHAT: Tim Allen's Last Man Standing was canceled after six seasons on ABC, sat out a year, and Fox revived it for a seventh season starting Fridays in the fall of 2018. Most of the original cast is back, with the exception of a recasting here or there.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Fridays this fall on Fox.

The Facts of Life

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WHAT: A reboot of the classic sitcom The Facts of Life is reportedly in the works from Sony and...the production companies of Jessica Biel and Leonardo DiCaprio.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? No, it's still in development.

Designing Women

CBS

WHAT: A reboot of the beloved Designing Women with creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason at the helm. No word on whether any of the original cast members would be involved.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Nope, it's still in the works.

Hugh Grant, Four Weddings and a Funeral

Rank Film Distributors

WHAT: Hulu has ordered Four Weddings and a Funeral to series. Written and executive produced by Mindy Kaling and Matt Warburton, the limited series follows a group of friends as their lives intersect through five events (four weddings and a funeral). Jonathan Prince, Howard Klein, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner are also executive producers. for The Mindy Project - will executive produce alongside Jonathan Prince, Howard Klein (3 Arts), Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner (Working Title).

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Soon!

Kelsey Grammer, Fraiser

NBC

WHAT: NBC boss Robert Greenblatt admitted he's had talks about bringing back iconic shows like The Office, 30 Rock and yes, Frasier. "I've had conversations with [exec producer] David Lee about [Frasier]," Greenblatt told TVLine. "Frasier would be great. I'd love to [bring back] Frasier. We put out feelers about [it] over the years. But I don't think there's any real interest. I think everyone's moved on." Then Kelsey Grammer revealed he has been in talks about returning to the role, but said it's still early.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet...

Magnum PI

CBS

WHAT: Peter Lenkov and Eric Guggenheim serve as writers and executive producers on this Magnum P.I. reboot. Set in Hawaii, the show follows Thomas Magnum (Jay Hernandez), an ex-Navy SEAL. This time he's returning home from Afghanistan and repurposes his military skills to become a private investigator.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Premieres fall 2018 on CBS.

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Nickelodeon

WHAT: A new 2-D animated series featuring your favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but this one has some magic elements. Kat Graham will voice the first-ever African-American April O'Neal.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? The cartoon premieres in 2018 on Nickelodeon.

Candice Bergen, Murphy Brown

Cliff Lipson/CBS

WHAT: Candice Bergen is back as the iconic character, along with series creator Diane English, for a 13-episode revival already ordered to series by CBS. In the release announcing the return, CBS had this to say about the new season: "As its 30th anniversary approaches, Murphy Brown returns to a world of cable news, social media, fake news and a very different political and cultural climate."

CAN YOU WATCH IT? It premieres Thursday, Sept. 27 on CBS.

Charmed

CW

WHAT: After two pilot seasons, The CW ordered a reboot of Aaron Spelling's witchy drama to series with Jane the Virgin creator Jennie Urman at the helm. The feminist reboot will focus on three sisters living in a college town who must find time to juggle the vanquishing of supernatural demons, tearing down the patriarchy and maintaining their family bonds.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Premieres Sunday, Oct. 14 on The CW.

Mighty Ducks

Walt Disney Pictures

WHAT: In the super-early stages, the original trilogy's screenwriter Steven Brill and original producer Jordan Kerner are behind the TV series based on the 1992 hockey film, which is being developed at ABC Signature Studios.

CAN YOU WATCH IT: The project has yet to even be shopped to networks, so don't expect to see a knuckle-puck anytime soon.

Party of Five

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WHAT: Freeform is set to reboot the WB classic, giving pilot order to the original series creators Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman, who will be modernizing the drama by tackling immigration.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet.

Laurie Metcalf, Roseanne

ABC

WHAT: The original cast of Roseanne will reunited for a nine-episode midseason run on ABC. "The Conners' joys and struggles are as relevant—and hilarious—today as they were then, and there's really no one better to comment on our modern America than Roseanne," Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment, said in a statement when the revival was announced...and then it was canceled following Roseanne Barr's racist tweet.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Roseanne returned on Tuesday, March 27 on ABC and was canceled a few months later. The show will continue sans Barr as The Conners.

Sister Sister, Sister, Sister

CBS

WHAT: A revival of the fan-favorite Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry series that also starred Jackée Harry and Tim Reid. The Mowry sisters have fanned the revival flames for what feels like years, but nothing has actually materialized just yet.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, but if everybody involved has their way, you will be able to soon.

Mad About You, Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt

NBC

WHAT: Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser signed on to reprise their roles of Paul and Jamie Buchman from their hit NBC sitcom, but there's been no movement since then. It might not happen.

CAN YOU WATCH IT: Not yet. 

John Krasinski The Office, Best TV Quotes

NBC

WHAT: NBC is reportedly planning a revival of The Office for late 2018 with a mix of old and new cast members, but definitely no Steve Carell. Several stars have gone on record about wanting to be involved, but said they have not heard anything official.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet. 

Twilight Zone Logo

WHAT: CBS All Access, the streaming platform home to Star Trek: Discovery and The Good Fight, ordered a new version of the classic series from Jordan Peele and Simon Kinberg.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet.

Hannibal

NBC

WHAT: Bryan Fuller's take on serial killer Hannibal Lecter was acclaimed, but only lasted three seasons. Talk of moving it to another network, giving it a movie, etc. floated around after the series finale, but never materialized. Now there's some hope. Fuller responded to a fan who asked the state of the property. "Conversations couldn't start until 2 years after the final airing of season 3. @neoprod has started those conversations. This takes time," he tweeted.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, the talks are just beginning.

King of the Hill

FOX

WHAT: Fox boss Dana Walden told reporters she had a meeting with show producers Mike Judge and Greg Daniels about bringing back Hank, Peggy, Bobby and the rest of the King of the Hill gang. "We have had preliminary conversations with Greg and Mike and I would like to explore that," she said. "We had a very preliminary conversation given what's going on in the country I think they had a point of view about how those characters would respond. Again, it was one meeting and I would hope to revisit it."

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, it's just in the early stages.

The Munsters

CBS/Getty Images

WHAT: NBC is looking at bringing The Munsters back, but with a Brooklyn-twist. Herman, Lily and the rest of the Munsters would be trying to fit in in New York City's hipster haven. Odd Mom Out's Jill Kragman and Seth Meyers are behind the new project.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet...

Trolls

DreamWorks Animation

WHAT: A new animated series picking up where the movie left off, complete with original songs, but new voices in the form of Skylar Astin and Amanda Leighton.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Coming January 2018 to Netflix.

The Boss Baby

Twentieth Century Fox Film

WHAT: An animated series on Netflix picking up where the movie left off.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Now streaming on Netflix.

She-Ra

Netflix

WHAT: A "modern take" on the famous cartoon from the 1980s. Noelle Stevenson is serving as showrunner, the new design of the character riled fans, naturally.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? It's coming November 16 on Netflix.

The L Word, LGBT TV History

Showtime

WHAT: Showtime has enlisted The L Word creator Ilene Chaiken and original stars Jennifer Beals, Kate Moenig and Leisha Hailey for a proposed sequel series, which would introduce fans to a new group of lesbians living and loving in West Hollywood.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, it's still in development.

Carmen Sandiego

Netflix

WHAT: A reboot of the classic kids show with Gina Rodriguez voicing the new Carmen Sandiego.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not until 2019, but it's coming!

Jessica Alba, Sin City

Dimension Films

WHAT: The Frank Miller comic series is in the works as a TV series with The Walking Dead veteran Glen Mazzara, Len Wiseman and Stephen L'Heureux.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, it's still in development.

Dear White People

Netflix

WHAT: A continuation of the story started in the 2014 movie of the same name with writer Justin Simien and several of the movie's stars on board.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Seasons one and two are now streaming on Netflix.

Dynasty

CW

WHAT: The CW has updated the classic 1980s primetime soap with The OC's Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Fall 2017 on The CW!

Rita Moreno, One Day at a Time

Michael Yarish / Netflix

WHAT: A modern-day reboot of the classic Norman Lear sitcom.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Seasons one and two are now streaming on Netflix.

SWAT, S.W.A.T., Shemar Moore

CBS

WHAT? Shemar Moore stars in the series in new series inspired by the 1975 TV series and 2003 movie of the same name.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? S.W.A.T. is currently airing on CBS.

Will and Grace, Will & Grace

NBC

WHAT: A revival of the Emmy-winning series starring Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? The new batch of episodes premiered during the fall of 2017. NBC already ordered a second revival season.

Get Shorty

Epix

WHAT: Ray Romano and Chris O'Dowd are star in the Epix series based on the novel by Elmore Leonard. Peep the trailer now.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? The Epix series premiered August 13.

Rocko's Modern Life

Nickelodeon

WHAT: Nickelodeon is reviving the classic cartoon for a one-hour movie with the show's creator back on board.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, but soon!

The Exorcist, Geena Davis

Fox

WHAT: Fox ordered a modernized "reinvention" of The Exorcist, based on William Blatty's 1971 book. It'll be a "serialized psychological thriller following two very different men tackling one family's case of horrifying demonic possession, and confronting the face of true evil." The first season brought Geena Davis back to TV.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Fox ordered a second season of the series. No word on season three just yet.

MacGyver

CBS

WHAT: X-Men's Lucas Till stars as a young Angus MacGyver as he learns all those problem solving skills. You know, like fixing stuff with a piece of gum and thumbtack. James Wan, Henry Winkler and R. Scott Gemmill are executive producers and George Eads also stars.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? MacGyver is back in action for a second season on CBS.

The X-Files, Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny

Fox

WHAT: Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny returned to the world of paranormal conspiracies for six episodes on Fox. This is the last batch of episodes, as of now. Anderson has said she is done with Special Agent Dana Scully following the 10-episode second revival season and series creator Chris Carter said the show does not continue without Mulder and Scully.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? All six episodes of the first batch came and went, the second revival season premiered in January 2018 on Fox and it looks like that's all we'll get.

Snatch, Rupert Grint

Crackle

WHAT: Rupert Grint, Ed Westwick and Dougary Scott are playing new characters in the Crackle show based on Guy Ritchie's flick.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? The series premiered on Crackle in March 2017 with a second season on the way.

Clayne Crawford, Lethal Weapon

Fox

WHAT: Riggs and Murtaugh ride again! Fox ordered a TV version of the Danny Glover and Mel Gibson franchise of flicks about mismatched police partners. Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford starred in the first two seasons, Seann William Scott will appear in the third season after Crawford's exit.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Lethal Weapon was renewed for a second season on Fox

Thunderbirds

Amazon

WHAT: Amazon has ordered four 13-episode seasons of a reinvention of the classic 50-year-old series.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Yep, check out Amazon Prime.

Prison Break

Fox

WHAT: A revival of the fan-favorite drama starring Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell already happened on Fox and another version is in the works. "We are developing a new iteration of Prison Break," Michael Thorn, president of entertainment at Fox, said. "It's in very early stages of development, but we're really excited about it."

CAN YOU WATCH IT? The first revival? Came and went. The new iteration? Not yet.

Fuller House, Full House

Netflix

WHAT: A Full House continuation series about DJ Tanner, sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy Gibbler. The entire cast, with the exception of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, appeared in the first season of the Netflix series.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? You bet! Season three will debut later in 2017.

Rapunzel, Flynn, Tangled

Disney

WHAT: A sequel series to the 2010 movie about Rapunzel starring Zachary Levi and Mandy Moore—they'll both be back as well.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Yep!

Taken

NBC

WHAT: NBC ordered on a prequel series to Taken, but it's in modern times starring Clive Standen and Jennifer Beals. It was canceled after two seasons.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? It was canceled after two seasons.

Samurai Jack

Adult Swim

WHAT: Revival of the Cartoon Network series of the same name.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? It happened!

Ducktales

Disney XD

WHAT: A new cartoon series on Disney XD based on the original cartoon about Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Louie and Dewey.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? Yep!

The Magic School Bus Rides Again

Netflix

WHAT: A new animated series based on the books that spawned the original show, with Lily Tomlin passing the teaching duties over to Kate McKinnon.

CAN YOU WATCH IT? It's now streaming on Netflix.

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