Television is at it again with more revivals on the way. The newest trend seems to be giving fan favorites, adding a modern spin. From "Gilmore Girls" to "MacGyver" to "Fuller House," every network or streaming service is getting old ideas for new shows. Every time new shows are announced, at least one is a revival or reboot of a show from the past. Upcoming reboots include "Prison Break," "Will & Grace," "24: Legacy," and "Greek."

Upcoming reboots set to premiere

"Prison Break" ran on Fox from 2005 to 2009, but will return with new episodes starting April 7.

Series stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell reprise their roles as Michael and Lincoln. Season 5 was developed from the concept of a one-time revival, but the actors and fans are holding out hope for the show to extend further. Assuming ratings go well, and the actors are available, there is a possibility for future episodes.

In another move by Fox, "24" will be returning February 5 after the Super Bowl with spin-off "24: Legacy." The spin-off will feature a similar premise of a terrorist attack looming, but a new set of characters will be in the lead. The new hero is Eric Carter, greatly differing from Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer with a more emotional base, and is considered an everyman.

In other news, "Fuller House" has been renewed by Netflix for a season 3. For fans who are longing to see what's to come for Kimmy, DJ, and Stephanie will get their chance. The new season will no doubt continue DJ's love triangle, but no word on the news has been given. Most likely the show will premiere next year.

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New reboots announced

Those "Will & Grace" rumors have been confirmed by NBC with a ten episode season set to air in the 2017-18 season. The four original cast members, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally are set to join. In addition, series creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, and directing legend James Burrows are set to return as well.

News of the revival circulated back when the four actors starred in a ten-minute election video.

freeform has its own plans for a revival with a sequel film to "Greek" with plans to take place during the five-year reunion of Cypress-Rhodes University. "Greek" creator Patrick Sean Smith shares plans for the upcoming project. There are talks to center the film around a holiday with the premise focusing on characters from the original show, including how their relationships had progressed after the series finale. No other word has been given.

Will you be tuning into any of the NBC, Fox, Freeform, or Netflix reboots?