Here are all 34 TV reboots and spin-offs coming out in 2017

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Nostalgia is as hot as ever in Hollywood right now. Which means reboots, remakes and spin-offs aren’t just for movies anymore.

They’ve proven to be quite effective for televison, with a new reboot of a beloved series coming out nearly as often as a movie reboot or sequel. There are a lot coming in 2017. Most of them seem unecessary, but there are a few to look forward to as the year goes on.

Here are all the TV reboots, remakes, and spin-offs coming in 2017:

Note: A lot of these are slated to come out this year, but don’t have exact premiere dates as of this writing.


“Emerald City” — Premiered Jan 6 on NBC

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Oliver Jackson Cohen as Lucas and Adria Arjona as Dorothy on “Emerald City.”
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A dark, modern twsit on “The Wizard of Oz.”


“One Day at a Time” — Premiered Jan 6 on Netflix

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Justina Machado and Todd Grinnell star on “One Day at a Time.”
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“Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events” — Premiered Jan 13 on Netflix

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“Beaches” — Premiered Jan 21 on Lifetime

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A remake of the 1988 film, which starred Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey. Idina Menzel and Nia Long starred in the Lifetime remake.


“Training Day” — Premiered Feb 2 on CBS

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Kyle Craig, left, and Bill Paxton.
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Starring the late Bill Paxton.


“24: Legacy” — Premiered Feb 5 on Fox

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Corey Hawkins and Miranda Otto on “24: Legacy.”
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“The Good Fight” — Premiered Feb 19 on CBS

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A spin-off of “The Good Wife.”


“The Blacklist: Redemption” — Premiered Feb 23 on NBC

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“Taken” — Premiered Feb 27 on NBC

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Clive Standen as young Bryan Mills on NBC’s “Taken.”
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“Cold Case Files” — Premiered Feb 27 on A&E

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With Danny Glover narrating.


“Chicago Justice” — Premiered March 5 on NBC

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From left, Philip Winchester as Peter Stone and Carl Weathers as Mark Jeffries.
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“Snatch” — Premiered March 16 on Crackle

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Lucien Laviscount, left, and Rupert Grint star on Crackle drama “Snatch.”
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Based on the 2000 Guy Ritchie film of the same name. The series stars Rupert Grint, Ed Westwick, and Luke Pasqualino.


“Prison Break” — Premiered April 4 on Fox

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“Mystery Science Theater 3000″— April 14 on Netflix

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“Dear White People” — April 28 on Netflix

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Based on the 2014 film of the same name.


“Anne” — May 12 on Netflix

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The show is yet another adaptation of “Anne of Green Gables.”


“Dirty Dancing” — May 24 on ABC

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The remake of the ’80s classic stars Abigail Breslin, Sarah Hyland, Katey Sagal, Debra Messing, and Billy Dee Williams.


“Twin Peaks” — May 21 on Showtime

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“GLOW” — June 23 on Netflix

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The series, from “Weeds” and “Orange Is the New Black” creator Jenji Kohan, is based on characters from Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, a wrestling promotion from the ’80s. The series stars Allison Brie, Betty Gilpin, and Marc Maron.


“Star Trek: Discovery” — TBA on CBS

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The new ship in the “Star Trek” TV franchise, Discovery.
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Story details are unknown at this time, but the cast includes Jason Isaacs, Rainn Wilson, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Terry Serpico.


“Heathers” — Fall on TV Land

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TV Land ordered a TV version of the 1988 black comedy to series in January.


“Dynasty” — Fall on The CW

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The reboot of the ’80s primetime soap from Josh Schwartz (“The OC,” “Gossip Girl”) stars Sam Adegoke, Natalie Kelley, Grant Show, Alan Dale, and Elizabeth Gillies. The CW ordered the pilot in January.


“Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie” — November on Nickelodeon

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“Curb Your Enthusiasm” — Fall on HBO

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Not exactly a reboot, but it’s been a long five years since season nine ended.


“Will & Grace” — TBA on NBC

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“Will & Grace” stars, from left, Megan Mullally, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, and Sean Hayes.
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In January, NBC closed a deal for a new 10-episode limited sesaon that will air during the 2017-18 season.


“Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” — TBA on Netflix

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“DuckTales” — TBA on Disney XD

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The original “DuckTales” ran for 100 episodes from 1987 to 1990.


“Watership Down” — TBA on Netflix

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The novel, which was made into a movie in 1978, will be turned into a four-part animated miniseries set to air in 2017.


“Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later” — TBA on Netflix

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This series will show what happened to the campers and counselors 10 years after the movie.


“Tales from the Crypt” — TBA on TNT

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“Tales From The Crypt” was a horror anthology series that ran on HBO from 1989 to 1996, and M. Night Shyamalan is bringing it back for TNT.


“Behind Enemy Lines” — TBA on Fox

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McG is directing the TV movie, based on the 2001 film that starred Owen Wilson and Gene Hackman.


“The Magic School Bus Rides Again” — TBA on Netflix

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Kate McKinnon will provide the voice for Ms. Frizzle


“Castlevania” — TBA on Netflix

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The animated series is inspired by the classic video-game series.


“Raven’s Home” — TBA on Disney Channel

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Raven-Symoné will reprise her role from the original series, “That’s So Raven.” One of Raven’s kids will inherit her visions.