Abigail Breslin gave fans of “Dirty Dancing” a teasing look into the reboot by sharing a few steamy pictures on Instagram.

While those eagerly waiting the release of the remake will have to wait until May – with it airs – to “have the time of their lives,” they can enjoy a few steamy sneak peaks on either Abigail Breslin’s or Colt Prattes Instagram. These steamy pictures are the very First Look at the ABC adaption of "Dirty Dancing."

Background on their roles in the show

Abigail Breslin stars as the role of Frances “Baby” Houseman and Colt Prattes plays the role of her love interest Camp Kellerman.

Kellerman is a dance instructor at Johnny Castle. As those who have seen the original 1987 film know, these roles were originally played by Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze.

“Casually dancing around a fireplace, as one does,” was the caption Abigail Breslin had in the first steamy “Dirty Dancing photo she shared on Instagram. In a second – and just as steamy – follow-up photo she included the caption, “AND just casually dippin’ around a fireplace. As one also does.”

Sarah Hyland also shared a picture

Abigail Breslin wasn’t the only “Dirty Dancing” remake star to decide to give fans a little taste of the ABC adaption of the 1987 film. "Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland also decided to share a little about her character Lisa Houseman.

Lisa is the older and extroverted sister of Baby who falls in love with a womanizing waiter while they are on a family vacation at the Catskills resort. In the 1987 film, this role was played by Jane Brucker.

People aren't looking forward to this remake

Comments on articles news outlets have shared about the steamy photos as well as social media, however, paint a slightly different picture when it comes to fans eagerly awaiting the release of the “Dirty Dancing remake.

For the most part, it appears as if fans of the original film are not interested in seeing a remaking. Some comments have claimed nothing will ever be as good as the original or they will just ruin the storyline with a remake. Will there be very many people tuning in to watch the remake of "Dirty Dancing" or is the remake going to flop because fans don't really want it to happen in the first place?

Comments in various locations seem to suggest no one wants this remake to happen.

What are your thoughts on the remake of “Dirty Dancing"? Do you have an interest in seeing it or do you think they should have just left the classic film alone?