“American Idol” is returning to air — but on ABC now instead of Fox. Ryan Seacrest is set to return as the show’s host, with Katy Perry on board as one of the judges.
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Battle of the Network Stars
ABC is adding “Battle of the Network Stars” to its list of game-show revivals. The show has been revived twice in the past — in 1988 on ABC, and in 2003 on NBC.
After five years off the air, this wedding reality show will return to WE tv in 2018 with 10 new episodes.
“Bug Juice,” the unscripted ’90s camp series, is set to return to the Disney Channel in 2018. The series will follow campers at Camp Waziyatah — the same camp from the original series — as they experience the authentic summer camp life.
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The CW is bringing back “Charmed” with the help of “Jane the Virgin” creator Jennie Urman. The series ran for eight seasons on the WB (now the CW) from 1998-2006.
“Cold Justice,” the real-life crime series that originally aired on TNT, is being revived by Dick Wolf for the Oxygen network. The show follows Kelly Siegler as she and her detectives solve murder cases in small towns.
Disney XD’s reboot of “DuckTales” aired its first episode in August of 2017. It boasts a cast of internet favorites including David Tennant, Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz, Bobby Moynihan, Kate Micucci, Beck Bennett, Toks Olagundoye, and Tony Anselmo.
The CW is putting out a modern reboot of the 1980s series “Dynasty.” In true CW fashion, the show looks to be younger, sexier, and sassier.
MTV has brought back “Fear Factor,” a series that finds opposing teams competing in extreme physical and mental trials. The show premiered May 30 and is hosted by Ludacris.
The Gong Show
“The Gong Show” was revived by ABC and the reboot made its debut on June 22. The show, produced by Will Arnett, is hosted by Tommy Maitland, a fictional character who is believed to be Mike Myers going full-method for the gig.
“Heathers” — the ’80s cult film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater — is being revived on TV Land. The 10-episode first season will air in the fall. The show will be an anthology series with an all-new group of Heathers.
A “Jetsons” live-action series is headed to ABC. The series, planned as a multi-cam sitcom set 100 years in the future, will be produced by Robert Zemeckis.
The Joker’s Wild
Snoop Dogg will be rebooting the classic game show “The Joker’s Wild” for TBS. The show will take place in a faux casino with giant dice, playing cards, streetwise questions, and problem solving.
Fox revived “Love Connection,” with hosting duties going to Andy Cohen, for the summer of 2017. In August, the show was renewed for a second season.
The Magic School Bus
“The Magic School Bus Rides Again” is headed to Netflix with “Saturday Night Live” star Kate McKinnon on board to voice the adventurous teacher, Ms. Frizzle.
The classic cop drama is being revived by NBC with “Fast and Furious” star Vin Diesel producing the show.
A remake of the classic sitcom “The Munsters” is headed to NBC. The show — which will be produced by Seth Meyers — will follow the offbeat family trying to stay true to themselves while living in Brooklyn.
CBS has given a 13-epsisode order to a revival of the classic sitcom “Murphy Brown.” Original star Candice Bergen is set to reprise her role as the titular broadcast journalist.
My Super Sweet 16
MTV’s “My Super Sweet 16” — the series that documented the birthdays of overly indulged teens — is returning to the air after nearly a decade.
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Netflix is reviving “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” and plans to bring in a new Fab Five to replace the original stars and take the show outside the confines of New York City.
Rocko’s Modern Life
Nickelodeon is bringing back fan-favorite cartoon “Rocko’s Modern Life.” The new series will find Rocko and his friends returning to Earth after being rocketed into space in 1996 to find the world is not like they remember it from the ’90s.
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ABC announced that it’s bringing back the classic sitcom “Roseanne” for eight episodes. The original cast is set to reprise their roles.
The CW announced they would be rebooting “Roswell,” a series about a a daughter of undocumented immigrants who moves back to her hometown of Rowsell, New Mexico and discovers that her teenage crush is actually is an alien.
She’s Gotta Have It
Netflix’s series adaptation of Spike Lee’s 1986 debut film “She’s Gotta Have It” will debut on the streamer Nov. 23.
Showtime at the Apollo
Fox has given a series order to revive “Showtime at the Apollo” with Steve Harvey set to host.
Star Trek: Discovery
CBS is bringing back the “Star Trek” franchise with “Star Trek: Discovery” on Sept. 24. The show stars “The Walking Dead’s” Sonequa Martin-Green, and takes place 10 years before the adventures of Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise.
Amazon is rebooting the cult hit series “The Tick.” The show follows an accountant who teams up with the titular Tick when he realizes his city is overrun by villains.
Syfy is reviving “Tremors” as a TV series with Kevin Bacon returning in his original role. The show will apparently pick up 25 years after the original film saw the town of Perfection, Nev., under seige by killer Graboid worms.
“TRL,” or “Total Request Live,” is returning to MTV. The music video series is set to debut Oct. 2 from the iconic Times Square Studio.
David Lynch’s cult-hit “Twin Peaks” returned after years off the air to continue the weird tale of Agent Dale Cooper.
Will and Grace
“Will and Grace” is set to return to NBC for a 16-episode run with the full cast — including Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally — returning. Before a single episode of the revival aired, NBC announced it was renewing the show for a second season.