There's been a craze in Hollywood over the last few years:
While some of the reboots have been a success, a big part of them have been a complete and utter failure.
The most succesful have brought back some of the original cast members.
Even though many reboots have premiered, there are still many in various stages of development.
Scroll down to find out...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
A brand new series set in the Buffy universe was revealed at Comic-Con in 2018. But it seems like it won't have a connection to the previous series.
Saved by the Bell
Yes, a revival of this 1989-1993 NBC series has been confirmed for Peacock, the upcoming streaming service from NBC. Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley are confirmed to star.
A reboot of Battlestar Galactica is in the works at NBC's new streaming service from the wonderful mind of Sam Esmail who brought us Mr. Robot.
Gossip Girl is coming back! Yes, really. But this take is a reboot on HBO Max -- another new streaming service. No original stars are attached to return, but there is hope!
Party of Five
Party of Five is getting the reboot treatment on Freeform. This one focuses on a group of children whose parents are deported. The children must work together to remain a family in the aftermath.
Mad About You
Mad About You will reunite Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser in a revival series, slated to air in 2019 on Spectrum. Yes, Spectrum has original content now, you guys.
Daria and Jodie
Yes, Daria is coming back to the air in the form of a reboot which focuses on the titular character and her BFF, Jodie. It may not air on MTV this time, however.
For some reason, Disney+ thought it would be a good idea to reboot Lizzie McGuire. Fortunately, Hillary Duff will reprise her iconic role. That's the only positive, we guess.
The Rugrats reboot scored a 26 episode order in July 2019. At the same time, a new movie was revealed to be released in 2020. Creativity is at an all-time low in Hollywood.
The Babysitter's Club
Netflix unveiled a reboot of this hit TV and novel series. Alicia Silverstone is to take on a lead role.
High School Musical
High School Musical is returning ... as a TV series. Disney+ has ordered High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Yes, that's the official title. It will launch November 12.
Conan the Barbarian
Conan the Barbarian is getting the reboot treatment -- at Amazon! No details have been revealed, but this could either be very good ... or very bad.
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Amazon surprised many when it announced plans to bring an I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series to the masses. Will this be an American Horror Story or another Scream: The Terrible TV Series?
Clarissa Explains It All
Melissa Joan Hart is set to reprise her role in this reboot of the Nickelodeon classic. This time, however, Hart will be playing the role of a mother of a know-it-all teen.
The LA Complex
The LA Complex garnered strong reviews but struggled to make viewers tune in. It was canceled after two seasons, but The CW is thinking of bringing it back.