What's old is new again on TV. Check out these new "old" shows coming back to the airwaves.
Will and Grace (NBC) - After the cast of this popular show reunited for a 2016 election video, NBC's groundbreaking series is back. The original stars will reprise their infamous roles in this exclusive 12-episode event.
Roseanne (ABC) - This hit series gets the reboot, and reunites the original cast of John Goodman, Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf, and Roseanne Barr herself. Fans of the original version will remember that Goodman's Dan died at the end of the series, but in 2009, Roseanne Barr predicted he would show up alive "after faking his own death."
Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) - While not technically a reboot, Larry David's hilariously improvised series finally returns after a six year hiatus. Cheryl Hines, Susie Essman, Jeff Garlin, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, J.B. Smoove, and Larry are all back for season nine.
Get Shorty (Epix) - This dark-comedy is based on the Elmore Leonard novel, and stars Chris Dowd and Ray Romano. The book was turned into a 1995 film starring John Travolta, but this series focuses on new characters and a different plot.
The Little Mermaid Live! (ABC) - This Disney film is getting the live musical treatment, and will be a "live action/animation hybrid television experience." A live musical adaptation of the animated film ran on Broadway from 2008-2009.
The Gong Show (ABC) - This classic competition series, featuring "non-traditionally talented performers" is back. The judges will be a revolving panel of Hollywood stars, and if the "British" host looks familiar to you - that's because it's comedian Mike Myers!
Big Hero 6 (Disney XD) - The 2014 animated movie becomes an animated series this fall. Voices for this reboot include Maya Rudolph, Scott Adsit, Alan Tudyk, and Stan Lee - all of whom voiced characters in the film.
American Idol (ABC) - Katy Perry is on board for the reboot of this reality show reboot. The show is moving to ABC after its original run on Fox.
Fear Factor (MTV) - This extreme competition series moves away from the "gross-out" challenges to ones that aim to freak out "today's anxious youth - such as couch surfing at 300 feet and waterlogging personal cell phones."
The First Wives Club (TV Land) - A new group of women take over for the reboot of this 1996 film. Alyson Hannigan (How I Met Your Mother), Megan Hilty (Smash) and Vanessa Lachey (Truth Be Told) will star.
Hart to Hart (NBC) - This remake of the 1979 drama will feature a gay couple, who have to balance their crime-solving work life with their love for one another.
Arrested Development (Netflix) - This cult sitcom was brought back to life for a fourth season on Netflix. Now, season five is confirmed, and will premiere in 20. Series creator Mitchell Hurwitz said, "In talks with Netflix, we all felt that the stories about a narcissistic, erratically behaving family in the building business - and their desperate abuses of power - are really underrepresented on TV these days."
Dynasty (The CW) - Look for a modern, and more racially diverse, reboot of this classic 80's drama. Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, creators of Gossip Girl, are heading this project.
Cash Cab (Discovery) - This game show in a taxi returns with a twist - look for comedy, film and TV stars to pick up the unsuspecting passengers/contestants. Unfortunately, that means original driver/host Ben Bailey will not be back behind the wheel.