In Living Color: Coming Back to Fox in 2012!

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The '90s sure are enjoying quite a rebirth lately. First, Beavis and Butt-Head returned on MTV. Now, it looks like Homey will soon play that again on Fox.

Two all-new special episodes of In Living Color, both a half hour in length, will air in spring of 2012 as part of the network's 25th anniversary celebration.

Keenen Ivory Wayans, who created and starred on the sketch comedy show (with pretty much all of his family), will act as host and executive producer.

If the specials featuring new cast members are a hit, In Living Color, which ran originally for five seasons and 127 shows, could return full-time in the fall.

Aside from the Wayans', the show introduced the world to Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Lopez, Carrie Ann Inaba and Jim Carrey, featured in this classic below:

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Wow!! That's SO cool.. I watch reruns all of the time, so I think it would be great to have it come back. I agree that they should have the originals only as episode guests, because I think it's time to give younger generations a chance at a sketch comedy show. Either way, I'm still gonna be watching. Yay!! :)

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I dont think they should be back any of the old cast, maybe only guess appearances. But As funny as they were, the show gave them a chance and they all are doing great or at one point did great in their career. I say give a new group the same opportunity. So many comedians, dancers and actors are just waiting for that golden ticket.

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Now this brought. Color to life. Color being laughter way go fox

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how cool wud it b f the entire cast came bak!!

Jennifer miller

This is good news. I can't wait to see the new episodes.

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I wonder will Jim Carrey be in these new episodes? It would actually be pretty good for his career I think, better than whatever 3D penguin flop he's making next. i think doing this show would give his career back some class

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Don't forget Rosie Perez