It looks like you can go home again! Over the past few years, television has been overtaken by returning shows long (and not-so-long) after cancellation. From sitcoms and game shows to dramas and cartoons, the list of TV reboots is a long one.
Scroll through Us Weekly’s list below of all the beloved shows coming back.
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Candice Bergen, the original Murphy Brown, will return to CBS to reboot the 18-time Emmy-winning sitcom.
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The 1966 NBC series was rebooted by CBS in 2017. Season 1 of Star Trek: Discovery is currently airing on CBS All Access.
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Ten years after the Disney Channel original, That’s So Raven, wrapped, Raven-Symone launched a new series with most of the original cast. It has already been picked up for a season 2.
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Will & Grace
NBC’s sitcom returned with the Fab Four — Karen (Megan Mulally), Jack (Sean Hayes), Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) in September 2017 after being off the air for 11 years. It's been renewed for an additional season.
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Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Originally titled Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Netflix picked up a “reimagining” of the series that ended in 2007. The new Fab Five, Antoni Porowski (food & wine), Bobby Berk (interior design), Karamo Brown (culture), Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) and Tan France (fashion), will star on the show premiering in February 2018.
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Fox brought back the beloved crime series, and many characters from the original, for two more seasons in 2016. The final season is currently airing Wednesdays on Fox.
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Party of Five
Freeform announced a pilot order of a Party of Five reboot in January 2018. The new series will feature siblings whose parents get deported to Mexico. The original series ran from 1994 to 2000.
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A reboot of The WB drama that ran from 1999 to 2002 is currently in development at The CW.
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The original beloved series aired from 1985 to 1992. In 2016, CBS brought the show back with Lucas Till as the star. Season 2 is currently airing.
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The original ending will be forgotten when Roseanne returns to ABC on March 27. The entire original cast is also set to return to the nine-epsiode season.
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The original series ended in 1990 so the show was recreated by Disney XD. Season 1 ended in December 2017 and it has already been picked up for a second season.
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Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan will judge the new ABC series. The original ran on Fox until 2016. The new season begins on Sunday, March 11, on 8 p.m. ET.
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More of a continuation than a reboot, Netflix’s Fuller House follows the kids of Full House (minus Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s Michelle Tanner) in their new lives as parents and adults. Seasons 1 through 3 are available on Netflix!
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Currently airing on The CW, Dynasty is a diverse reboot of the ‘80s drama that follows two wealthy families whose lives overlap and get very messy, very quick.
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NBC recently announced that a reboot of the beloved comedy is in development for the 2018-2019 season. The original stars are not confirmed to be returning.
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The nine-episode revival of the classic series aired in 2017, but Fox revealed in January 2018 they were hoping to do more episodes moving forward.
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Jersey Shore: Family Vacation will bring most of the original gang — sans Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola — together in Miami to show that as parents, they can still have fun (and GTL, duh!).
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A Year in the Life was a four 90-minute episode revival on Netflix, showing where the women and the men in their lives ended up. Viewers also found out those last four words!
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The home design show ran from 2000 to 2008 on TLC and many of the original designers will be returning when the show debuts in April!
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Joe Rogan, the host from the competition series from 2001 to 2006, didn’t return for the MTV reboot. Ludacris led the new season that ended in August 2017. A second season will air in 2018.
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