A number of television shows are being rebooted these days. Many of them are coming back because of the success of the original. Fans of the original series "Sister, Sister" about twin sisters Tamera and Tia Mowry might be delighted to learn that their 1990s series is in the works to return as a reboot.

Both sisters confirmed that they are working on reviving their series that aired from 1994 to 1999. The original series was about identical twin girls who were separated at birth and discovered each other as teens. By then, they were adopted by two different single parents.

If "Sister, Sister" does become a reboot, it will join several other reboots that are set to return to television including "Twin Peaks," "Will and Grace," and "Roseanne."

The twins

The 38-year-old twins want the reboot, but they admit it might be hard to do because they are looking for a producer and a writer.

Even though they expect obstacles, they are confident that the reboot will happen. The 90s series had some of the twins' favorites guests they would like to invite to share in the reboot. They include Taraji P. Henson, Kobe Bryant, the Olsen twins, Gabrielle Union, and Christina Milian.

Fans have been requesting a return of "Sister, Sister," and the women want to please the fans they have had over the years. After the series ended almost two decades ago, the twins continued in show business. Sometimes they worked together, but many times they went their separate ways.

Tamera Mowry-Housley

Tamera Mowry-Housley is two minutes older than Tia. She has been married to Fox News Correspondent Adam Housley since May 15, 2011. They are proud parents to a four-year-old son, Aden and a two-year-old daughter Ariah.

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Tamera is an actress, model, and talk show host. Her current full-time job is being one of the four co-hosts on "The Real" along with Jeannie Mai, Loni Love, and Adrienne Houghton. The talk show is now in its third season. Like Tia, Tamera has appeared in "Twitches" and its sequel. She has also played Dr. Kayla Thornton on the medical drama "Strong Medicine." The twins also had their own reality television show for three seasons called "Tia & Tamera."

Tia Mowry-Hardrict

Tia Mowry-Hardrict has been married to actor Cory Hardrict since April 20, 2008. They have a six-year-old son, Cree. From 2006 until 2012, Tia had a role of a medical student in the comedy-drama series "The Game" and in the television movie "Twitches" and its sequel. From September 2013 to 2015, Tia starred in Nickelodeon's "Nick at Night" and another comedy sitcom "Instant Mom."