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Camp TV Comeback

There is so much TV show rebooting, it wouldn’t surprise us if silent black and white makes a comeback!

The Sunday Post report a potential revival of the 80’s crime-drama show Murder, She Wrote after original star, 91-year-old actress Dame Angela Lansbury,  expressed interest in a reboot during an interview last week.

“Jessica Fletcher had become so much a part of my life, it was difficult to come to terms with it being all over.” Lansbury explained. “Having said that, there have been some two-hour specials since we stopped in 1996 and I wouldn’t be surprised if we got together just one more time.”

Even though the reboot of Will and Grace, is yet to air, the show has been given the green light for a second season as NBC announced four additional episodes for the first seasons run, bringing the total to 16.

Sad news for the Golden Girls ‘gay version’ remake, after the show set to star George Takei, Leslie Jordan, Bruce Vilanch and Todd Sherry has had no luck with major networks or streaming services picking up the show.

In an interview with FOX News, original Golden Girls writer Stan Zimmerman, who is working on the remake, claims: “ageism and homophobia alive and well in Hollywood,” and hopes that a “groundswell” of public support will help convince a streaming service to pick up the show.

Finally, no news on the reboot of Charmed, last we heard the show will be considered in 2018. Set in 1976, the reboot will be connected to the original series, which starred Holly-Marie Combs, Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milano, and later Rose McGowan.

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