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In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Walking Dead cast member Chandler Riggs joins A Million Little Things.
  • Netflix has renewed both F is for Family and Fuller House.
  • Kristin Scott Thomas and Fiona Shaw join Fleabag season 2.
  • The final season of Homeland has been pushed to fall.
  • Rosanna Arquette joins Ryan Murphy’s Ratched.
  • The Walking Dead has been renewed again, because of course it has.
  • Archer season 10 premieres in April.
  • Bewitched reboot might not happen.
  • Freeform picks up Party of Five reboot.
  • Pieces of Her series headed to Netflix.
  • Modern Family will finally come to an end in 2020.
  • Mom has been renewed for seasons 7 and 8.

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Party of Five Reboot Showrunner Interview

Some TV revivals like Full House, The X-Files, Will & Grace and Roseanne bring back the original casts. Others, like Charmed, Roswell, New Mexico and Dynasty, start with a clean slate. Party of Five falls in the latter category. That actually gives the show a modern hook. In ‘90s Fox series, the Salinger family lost both parents in an automobile accident. In Freeform’s new Party of Five, the Buendia family’s parents are deported.

Freeform presented Party of Five for the Television Critics Association. The original creators Amy Lippman and Chris Keyser developed the reboot too, with Michal Zebede joining them. The creators of Party of Five spoke with /Film after the panel to answer our questions about this socially relevant take on Party of Five.

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party of five reboot

Did you want a Party of Five reboot? Well, even if you didn’t, you’re getting one anyway. Freeform, formerly ABC Family, just gave the go-ahead to a Party of Five reboot from the show’s original creators Chris Keyser and Amy LippmanParty of Five, the story of a bunch of siblings and their dead parents, ran from 1994-2000 and featured Neve Campbell, Matthew Fox, Scott Wolf, Lacey Chabert and Jennifer Love Hewitt.

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