Freeform announced on Thursday it is rebooting the '90s series Party of Five as an immigration drama. Entertainment Tonight reports that a pilot is being written by the series' original creators, which focuses on the five children in the Buendias family as they try to navigate life after their parents are deported back to their native Mexico. The original FOX drama ran from 1994 to 2000 and followed five siblings of the Salinger family after their parents were killed in a drunk-driving accident. The series helped launch the acting careers of Neve Campbell, Matthew Fox, Lacey Chabert, Scott Wolf, and Jennifer Love Hewitt, among others. It's unclear if any of the original cast will make appearances on the new series.
It also launched a short-lived spinoff, "Time of Your Life," following Love-Hewitt's character in New York. Campbell recently told "Watch What Happens Live" that she wouldn't want to see a revival, but Wolf told the "Today" show he's "in" if it happens. Stay tuned.
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