Queen Latifah stopped by Watch What Happens Live on Thursday and revealed that she's producing a reboot of her hit ’90s sitcom, Living Single.
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“Funny you should ask — we’re actually working on it,” she told host Andy Cohen, after a caller asked about a possible reboot. “It’s not there yet, but hopefully we can get it happening.”
The 46-year-old actress, who also produced the original series, said the new show would reunite her with original cast members Kim Coles, Erika Alexander, T.C. Carson, John Henton, Mel Jackson and Kim Fields.
Henton, who played Overton on the show, told Et he would love to be part of the new series.
"I am hopeful this will happen," he said. "I would love to get the band back together. A long awaited
Queen Latifah paid a visit to Watch What Happens Live on Thursday — and she revealed that a reboot of her hit ’90s Fox sitcom Living Single is in the works!
“Funny you should ask — we’re actually working on it,” she told host Andy Cohen. “It’s not there yet, but hopefully we can get it happening.”
The 46-year-old actress said she’d be producing the revival, which would reunite her with original stars Kim Coles, Erika Alexander, T.C. Carson, John Henton, Mel Jackson
Also as part of the deal, the network has acquired rights to Twentieth's long-running court show "Divorce Court". The agreement, which includes a VOD component on both titles, marks the first cable deal for both shows.
For "Hughleys", TV One has rights to air all 89 episodes of the comedy starting next month as well as rights to air episodes in limited numbers at a time on its VOD platform.
The comedy, based on comedian D.L. Hughley's real-life experiences, will debut April 5 with a seven-hour marathon starting at 8 p.m. EDT. It will join the regular schedule two days later, airing weeknights at 7:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. EDT.
"Hughleys", which also stars Elise Neal and John Henton, originally aired from 1998-2002 on ABC and UPN.
Meanwhile, TV One has acquired a "best of" package of 120 "Divorce Court" episodes featuring Judge Mablean Ephriam (new syndicated episodes star Judge Lynn Toler) as well as rights to air episodes on its VOD platform.
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