It’s hard to believe, but the 1990s are getting so old that people are equally as nostalgic for that decade as they were for the 1980s throughout the 2010s. With pieces of pop culture from that decade ranging from 20 to 30 years old, movies are starting to dig into the 1990s as a retro period of time, and a new documentary coming to Hulu will give us an interesting perspective on the Hollywood of that decade and what life was like in it, thanks to the camcorder of Punky Brewster star Soleil Moon Frye. Read More »
Even though new original programming won’t be arrival on the new streaming service Peacock for several months, NBCUniversal isn’t wasting any time teasing what will be in store for subscribers looking for new shows to binge. Today, Peacock released a Punky Brewster teaser and and Saved By the Bell trailer for the revivala of the classic sitcoms from 1980s and 1990s. If we weren’t overloaded with nostalgia already, this will certainly push us closer to the brink. Read More »
I guess the TV reboot/revival thing is still happening, because Punky Brewster reboot is now in the works. In the original series, abandoned kid Punky Brewster (Soleil Moon Frye) and her dog Brandon took up residence in vacant apartment building somewhere in Chicago. The building’s somewhat grumpy manager, Henry Warnimont (George Gaynes), then became Punky’s foster father. Shenanigans ensued. The Punky Brewster will bring Soleil Moon Frye back as Punky, now with a child of her own. I can only assume shenanigans will ensue once again.
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