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WHAT TO EXPECT: An updated version of the 1980s animated action series that will be “led by a warrior princess tailor-made for today.” STATUS: Ordered to series at Netflix, with a premiere tentatively slated for 2018 (December 2017) WHAT IT IS: A reimagining of the live-action ’70s kids show about a friendly sea monster who was disowned by his family for refusing to scare people STATUS: Season 1 is now available to stream on Amazon Prime; not yet renewed for Season 2 WHAT TO EXPECT: A continuation of the 1975-79 crime drama, described as a “character-driven, one-hour procedural…
that deconstructs the buddy-cop genre.” STATUS: In development at Amazon (August 2017) WHAT IT IS: A fifth season of the action-drama, which wrapped its original run in 2015; the new take centers on the Section program’s resurrected unit, which must track down a notorious terrorist following a brutal prison break.
STATUS: Being shopped to networks (July 2016) WHAT IT IS: A revival of the 2005-2012 game show, with a twist that comedy, film and TV stars join the unsuspecting passengers on their cab rides STATUS: Season 1 finale aired Dec.
17 on Discovery Channel; not yet renewed for Season 2 WHAT IT IS: A reboot of the 1998-2006 series, which will be set in the present day and center on three sisters in a college town who discover they are witches STATUS: Pilot ordered at The CW (January 2018) WHAT IT IS: New episodes of the unscripted crime series (which initially ran for three seasons on TNT), in which former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her team of detectives dig into small-town murder cases that have lingered for years without answers or closure STATUS: Season 4 finale aired Oct.
(August 2017) WHAT TO EXPECT: A female-led remake of the 1970s series; the new take will follow Lucy Chang, a Buddhist monk and kung fu master who travels through 1950s America searching for the man who stole her child years earlier.
STATUS: Received a put pilot commitment at Fox (September 2017) WHAT TO EXPECT: A revival of the lesbian-themed drama series, which originally ran from 2004 to 2009 STATUS: In development at Showtime (July 2017) ANYTHING ELSE?
WHAT TO EXPECT: An updated version of the classic ‘80s legal drama, produced once again by Steven Bochco STATUS: The script, which was pitched to broadcast networks, is being redeveloped to potentially appeal to a cable or streaming network. : According to Bochco, members of the original cast — which included Blair Underwood and Jimmy Smits — could appear in the new series.7; not yet renewed for Season 2 WHAT TO EXPECT: New episodes of the robot-fighting competition series, which originally aired on Comedy Central (2000-02) and was later revived on ABC (2015-16) STATUS: Tentatively set to premiere on the Discovery and Science channels in Spring 2018 (February 2018) WHAT TO EXPECT: A sequel series focusing on Daphne, Samantha Stephens’ twentysomething granddaughter, who discovers her quest for true love can’t be solved with magic (though that won’t stop her from trying) STATUS: Received a pilot production commitment from NBC (October 2014) WHAT IT IS: A revamped version of the nonfiction series, which focuses on “the most meaningful moments in our culture from some of the most accomplished nonfiction storytellers of our time.” STATUS: Relaunched on A&E, its original home, in September 2017 WHAT TO EXPECT: A relaunch of the classic reality series, which will “capture the authentic adventures of a group of kids age 10-12 as they head to summer camp.” STATUS: In production at Disney Channel, tentatively set to premiere in early 2018 (August 2017) WHAT TO EXPECT: A modern version of the 1982-88 cop show that will move the action from New York to Los Angeles, but keep the central premise of two female police detectives teaming up to protect the city STATUS: Pilot ordered at CBS (January 2018) , a reboot of the short-lived ‘80s sci-fi series about the aftermath of the Metal Wars, a global confrontation between humans and machines.The project will pick up 15 years after humanity has lost a devastating war against an artificial intelligence called Overmind.(January 2018) , a revival of the ’90s animated series in the form of a one-hour TV special STATUS: Greenlit at Nickelodeon, to premiere in 2018 (June 2017) ANYTHING ELSE?: The original voice cast will reunite for the TV movie.