WHAT: Original series creator Mike Kelley is developing a new version of the soapy drama, this time focusing on a Latina immigrant who arrives in Malibu to exact revenge on a pharmaceutical dynasty. One original series character will return, though we don't yet know who.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet. ABC is currently working on the pilot.
WHAT: Disney+ is making dreams come true by reviving Lizzie McGuire, with Hillary Duff returning as Lizzie alongside her entire family. She now lives in New York and is about to turn 30.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, but the first episode has started filming.
WHAT: HBO Max is developing a sequel series to Gossip Girl, from original creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage and writer Josh Safran, set eight years after the original following a new group of private school teens battling techology.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, but HBO Max will be launching mid 2020.
WHAT: Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez will star in a reboot from Tracey Wigfield (30 Rock, Great News), in which Zach Morris has become the governor of California and has gotten into hot water for closing too many low-income schools, so he proposes sending the affected students to the highest performing schools, including Bayside High. Mark-Paul Gosselaar isn't yet signed on, but we can all hope.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet, but it's coming to the NBCU streaming service, Peacock.
WHAT: UCP is producing a sequel series to the 1980s NBC sitcom, with Soleil Moon Frye reprising her role as the young girl raised by a foster parent. Punky Brewster is now a single mom of three who meets a young girl who reminds her of her younger self.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet! No network is currently attached.
WHAT: MTV is bringing back a reimagined Punk'd on the streaming platform Quibi, with 20 new episodes each under 10 minutes long.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet!
WHAT: MTV is bringing back the dating reality show in a new format, on the streaming platform Quibi. Like Punk'd, it will have 20 episodes each under 10 minutes long.
WHAT: A miniseries reboot of the Nickelodeon anthology series that follows The Midnight Society, a group of kids who come together in the woods to share scary stories.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Coming soon to Nickelodeon.
WHAT: A new version of the Nickelodeon sketch series. Original series star Kenan Thompson is executive producing and other OG All That stars are expected to participate in the reboot.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Yes, on Nickelodeon.
WHAT: A six-episode event series following the original cast of Beverly Hills, 90210—as themselves—reuniting for a reboot. It's a scripted series a la Curb Your Enthusiasm.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? You can, though Fox has passed on a second season.
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.
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, as is the majority of the original cast.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Yep! On Hulu!
WHAT: MTV revived the classic reality show with a new social media element on Facebook.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? You can see it on Facebook Watch.
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? The first season aired in the summer of 2019.
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? Coming to Freeform January 2020.
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? Not yet!
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.
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.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Yes! On Hulu!
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 (with six different ideas), but said it's still early.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet...
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? Yep, on CBS.
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? Yep, on Nickelodeon.
WHAT: Daria may return as Daria & Jodie, which follows Daria and her close friend Jodie Landon taking on the world today, all as part of MTV Studios.
CAN YOU WATCH IT? Not yet. As of 2018 it didn't have a home.
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? The first season already aired, and then CBS passed on a second season.
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? The first season can now be watched on Netflix, and a second season is coming to the CW in the fall.