In April 2015, Netflix announced that they would be streaming aFull Housereboot titledFuller House, which will reunite members of the original cast and focus on oldest daughter D.J. Tanner's family.
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In April 2015, Netflix announced that they would be streaming a Full House reboot titled Fuller House, which will reunite members of the original cast and focus on oldest daughter D.J. Tanner's family.
It was announced in March 2015 that hit sci-fi series The X-Files will return for a six-episode miniseries, with filming set to begin in mid-2015. Chris Carter will return as executive producer and writer, and series stars David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, and Mitch Pileggi will all reprise their roles.
'The Powerpuff Girls'
In June 2014, Cartoon Network announced that they were rebooting The Powerpuff Girls, with plans to start airing new episodes in 2016.
In March 2015, NBC ordered 13 episodes of a sequel series to the ABC hit Coach. Star Craig T. Nelson will reprise his role as Hayden Fox on the new show, which will focus on the collegiate coaching career of his character's son.
'The Magic School Bus'
In June 2014, Scholastic Media announced that they were developing a new CGI Magic School Bus series for Netflix called The Magic School Bus 360°. Twenty-six half-hour episodes will debut in 2016.
Showtime is developing a limited nine-episode Twin Peaks series set to air in 2016. Kyle MacLachlan will reprise his role as Special Agent Dale Cooper, and series creators Mark Frost and David Lynch returned to pen the episodes, though Lynch dropped out as the project's director in April 2015.
MTV is adapting the classic Wes Craven slasher flick for the small screen. The series, which will premiere June 30, stars Willa Fitzgerald and Bex Taylor-Klaus.