HomeTagsPosts tagged with "reboot"


After six seasons on Fox, Glee drew to a close in 2015.

But if you think you'll be waiting decades for any form of reunion from the McKinley High School glee club, Lea Michele has news for you.

Speaking to Chelsea Handler this week, the 31-year-old actress, who played Rachel Berry in the hit musical show, admitted that she would welcome a reboot sooner rather than later.

While Lea acknowledged that a reboot may seem a little premature,  her devotion to the show means she would happily sign up tomorrow.

"It was just on the air, so everybody cool it," she joked before adding: "But, with that being said, I would do it tomorrow."

To the sound of applause from Chelsea's audience, Lea said: "I loved playing Rachel Berry. I loved that cast and it was so special."

"What we did with bringing music into people's homes and these characters that were so relatable. I loved it and I'd do it in a heartbeat."

Who wants to start a petition?


OK ladies, try not to panic, but Buffy the Vampire Slayer MIGHT be returning to our screens.

This year will mark the 20th anniversary since we first met Buffy, Angel and the gang, so it makes sense that the word "reboot" is being thrown around. 

Image result for buffy the vampire slayer

Sarah Michelle Gellar recently did an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, where she discussed what her role as the coolest vampire slayer EVER meant to her:

"Buffy reminded us that being different was not only OK but really cool — and at a time when most kids are trying to desperately fit in." 

Related image

Sarah also spoke to them about the possibility of reviving the popular show, saying that "with high school and college as a backdrop, we were able to address racism, identity, bullying, guilt, death, first love and heartbreak using the demons as metaphors for the demons we all experience."

Image result for buffy the vampire slayer

Sarah continued "I am not sure how that translates into adulthood, although I am sure it could."

Image result for buffy the vampire slayer

However, Sarah had one condition with regards to the revival, in that Buffy is living "somewhere on a beautiful beach located far away from any Hellmouth."




So, the Power of Three is making a comeback!

Yep, according to the Hollywood Reporter, Charmed is getting a revival, but it's going to be a "reimagining" of the original series.

This basically means that our fave witches will not be returning to the show. *Sobs*.

Instead, the show will take place in 1976, a few decades before the Halliwell sisters were ever in the mix. 


A photo posted by Alyssa Milano (@milano_alyssa) on

One of the main witches, Alyssa Milano, previously said that she thought it was too soon for a Charmed reboot, but then again, she shared a throwback image of her time on the show on Instagram only a few hours ago. 

Will she make a cameo appearance? Because if she did, fans (ahem, we) would freak.



If we remember correctly, Tuesdays nights were filled with Grey's Anatomy, Desperate Housewives and Prison Break – our favourite one of all.

For years, we used to watch protagonist Michael Scofield battle the law and come up with genius ideas of how to escape – and now, we get to watch him do it all over again.

This year, Fox are doing a Prison Break reboot which will see Michael trying to escape from a Middle Eastern prison.

It seems to pick up from where it left off in 2009 – with Michael dead – so we're really interested to find out how they bring him back to life.

The reboot is expected to air for nine episodes and nearly all of the original cast are returning. Yay!

We're super excited about this.



Since nearly every TV show from the 90s is getting a reboot, remake or reunion lately, Mark-Paul Gosselaar has spoken out about bringing back everyone's fave, Saved By The Bell.

The actor was talking to Entertainment Tonight about his new movie Precious Cargo, but of course SBTB became a topic:

"It's been 20-plus years later and we're still talking about it. It's wow. It's amazing. I just wish we could have had that success while we were filming it. It would have been so much sweeter."

When asked about doing a reboot he said, "I'd totally be into that," but added, "I don't know if I would necessarily do a Fuller House-type of thing.

"To do a full show, I don't know if that’s something that any of us would really want to be a part of. I could be wrong, but we haven't ever been approached with scripts or material, so I don’t know."

Erm, it doesn't seem that concrete, but we can still dream…



After Melissa McCarthy tweeted that she wasn't asked back for the Gilmore Girls reboot, it's safe to say that many of us were outraged on her/Sookie's behalf. She was one of our favourites, after all.

But some eagle eyed social media users have noticed a few things popping up in recent days that seem very suspicious. 

The actress was seen in a photo of one of the cast members, Yanic Truesdale a.k.a. MICHEL.

Yep, Michel, Lori's longtime grumpy employee that we all loved (because that grumpiness is secretly how we all feel).

Now, here's where it gets tricky. In the caption, Yanic wrote: Scotch, great meal and catching up with my old friend @melissamccarthy, can't ask for more! Don't read anything into it guys."

Note: We KNOW he said don't read anything into it, but come on guys, these two in the same place, at the same time can't be completely innocent.. right?… RIGHT?



Rumours of Charmed coming back began to surface last year, and now one of our favourite witches has confirmed it.

Alyssa Milano who played Phoebe in the series about three sisters who were witches said that a reboot is definitely happening, but as for the original cast – it doesn't look good.

Taking to her Facebook page, Alyssa said: "#Charmed fans! Nothing has been confirmed. CBS is developing a reboot without the original cast. That's all I know for sure."

Charmed ran for a total of eight seasons and came to an end in 2006.

We just hope the new sisters are as good as the old ones. 


We just can't wait for all the drama that is going to grace our screens in the reboot of Gilmore Girls.

Matt Czuchry, or Rory's rich boyfriend Logan Huntzberger as we know him, will join the rest of the star-studded cast for the Netflix revivial, TVLine reports.

Details on the new series are being kept on the DL, but show creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino previously said that she wants to get "as many of Rory's lovely men back as possible."

We're thinking Dean, Marty or Jess might make a comeback (hopefully).

We're kinda setting our sights high on this reunion, ladies. Is it still too late for Sookie to come back? 


Last week, it was confirmed that a reboot of Gilmore Girls will be coming to Netflix really soon. And it's safe to say that just about every fangirl completely freaked out.

And, when we learned that our fave characters were confirmed for the reunion, Lauren Graham (Lorelai), Alexis Bledel (Rory), Scott Patterson (Luke), Kelly Bishop (Emily), Sean Gunn (Kirk), and Keiko Agena (Lane), we freaked out even more.

But, one fan noticed that someone was missing from the reunion line-up and took to Twitter to ask Melissa McCarthy if she will be gracing the reboot with her presence as the loveable chef, Sookie.

Awkwardly enough, Melissa wrote back to the fan on Twitter and said that she wasn't invited back. Ouch.

"Thanks for the invite, but sadly no one asked me or Sookie to come back to Stars Hollow.,” she wrote. “Wish them all the best!!”

At least she doesn't sound bitter about it, but we would have loved to see her come back. 


24 was a TV show that was so gripping, it was really hard not to binge watch daily. Like, really hard.

And as we all know, all good things must come to an end. So, we said goodbye to Jack Bauer and alas, goodbye to 24. Or, so we thought.

Surprisingly, FOX is ready to start the clock again with a brand new series of the show, called 24: Legacy.

The network has hired Straight Outta Compton actor Corey Hawkins to star as the next Jack Bauer… but he won't actually be Jack Bauer.

Instead, the series is taking on a completely new cast and characters, but it's still going to stick to the same kind of storyline, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

It will revolve around a military hero's return to America, and all the problems that follow him, which then compels him to ask the famous CTU for help.

Will it be better than Jack's reign of power? Will it ruin the show completely? We don't know. But we're excited to give it a try. 

Well hello there!
Help us help you by allowing us and our partners to remember your device in cookies to serve you personalized content and ads.

We're on a mission to help our mums and their families thrive by informing, connecting and entertaining.

Join us in our mission by consenting to the use of cookies and IP address recognition by us and our partners to serve you content (including ads) best suited to your interests, both here and around the web.

We promise never to share any other information that may be deemed personal unless you explicitly tell us it's ok.

If you want more info, see our privacy policy.