The "Saved by the Bell" reboot is coming along.
News of the reboot was announced months ago when NBC said the reboot would be shown on their new streaming service Peacock.
Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley have signed on to reprise their roles as A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano. It was also recently announced that Tiffani Thiessen and Mark-Paul Gosselaar would also be returning for the show's reboot.
In this day and age, television reboots are the craze in Hollywood. So let's take a look at a few classic TV shows that could see a reboot.
It's the show that made the Fox Network a hit.
Married...With Children followed the lives of the dysfunctional Bundy family. Patriarch Al Bundy worked as a shoe salesman making very little money. All he wants is to be treated like a king, but gets very little respect from his wife Peg or their kids Bud and Kelly.
The show became an instant classic due to Al's views on life and women. Often Al's opinion clashed with those of his feminist neighbor Marcy Darcy.
The show ran for 11 seasons until its cancellation in 1997.
The show is still a hit with fans today, and many would love to see Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, and the rest of the cast back for a possible reboot one day.
This 1980s series made stars out of Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas.
Starring as Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs, viewers watched as the detectives solved crimes around Miami, Florida.
With the detective's bright 80s fashion along with an impressive musical soundtrack, Miami Vice became one of the most popular shows of that decade.
The show ran from 1984 until it's a cancellation in 1990.
In 2006, a Miami Vice movie was made with Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx in the lead roles. However, the movie turned out to be a box office bomb.
Now, Miami Vice is getting another chance at television. A reboot for the series is being produced by actor Vin Diesel. Production is in the works, and the Miami Vice reboot could air on NBC as early as 2020.
The Brady Bunch
This classic TV show followed the lives of the blended family The Bradys.
Mike and Carol Brady with the help of their live-in housekeeper Alice, raised their six children.
Throughout the series, the Bradys had to adjust to their new living situation, while the kids had to deal with problems at school.
The series became popular with viewers and spawned a couple of famous episodes. Who could forget Marcia being hit in the nose with a football? Or how Jan was tired of living in her older sister Marcia's shadow.
The six Brady siblings are all grown up now, but have remained in the public spotlight.
Could we one day see a reboot with the grown up Brady kids? Or could we see a new reboot with a new generation of younger actors playing the iconic Brady siblings?
The Golden Girls
There's no denying that The Golden Girls was an iconic show.
The NBC series followed the lives of roommates Blanche, Rose, Dorothy, and Sophia. The group sat around the table eating cheesecake, and talked about getting older, their jobs, and problems in their love lives.
After 7 successful seasons, the show ended in 1992.
Sadly; Estelle Getty, Bea Arthur, and Rue McClanahan have since passed. The last cast member Betty White is still going strong at age 97 and continues to act.
A Golden Girls reboot is rumored to be in the making with Jane Lynch and Cyndi Lauper joining the cast.
There's no telling if original Golden Girls fans will give the reboot a chance, but maybe Betty White would be up for a guest appearance.