Every network seems to be on the bandwagon for reboots and revivals, bringing back old series for round two. Several networks have found success with these series, and the trend doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Fans are anxiously awaiting the March 27 premiere of "Roseanne" while NBC is enjoying the successful return of hit comedy "Will & Grace."

TLC has delighted fans with the news that reality series "Trading Spaces" is making a big comeback, landing April 7. Fans can expect original host Paige Davis, Ty Pennington, designers Genevieve Gorder and Vern Yip, and many other favorites.

Before the revival's premiere, TLC will air a reunion special that will bring together cast members to reminisce and share what fans can expect.

"Charmed" pilot ordered at The CW

The CW has found huge success with superhero drams, but the network has started branching out into reboots. It's newest series "Dynasty" is a reboot of the 1980's soap drama. The CW plans to further their lineup with hit series "Charmed" and "Roswell." "Charmed" is a favorite fan series following three sisters as they discover they're witches with powers and destiny to kill demons. The reboot was originally planned to be a re-imagining set in the 1970's but went into redevelopment after the script didn't turn out the way the network planned.

The series is now set in the present day and is being described as a feminist reboot to be written by Jessica O'Toole and Amy Rardin. "Charmed" will focus on three sisters living in a college town. The CW is already casting, with the new "Charmed" ones described by TVLine as Mel, Madison, and Macy, with the powers to freeze time, hear thoughts, and telekinesis.

The network is also looking for actors to play a devilishly handsome guide, Macy's documentary-making boyfriend, Mel's girlfriend Detective Soo Jin, and Madison's ex.

Though former "Charmed" star Holly Marie Combs is anything but pleased with the reboot, taking to Twitter in a rant aimed at the network for capitalizing on the hard work put into the original series.

The CW is also looking to reboot alien drama "Roswell" with an immigration twist that focuses on a young woman whose the daughter of undocumented immigrates. She finds herself back in Roswell where she discovers her old high school crush is not only a police officer but an alien.

The CW also has plans for a television reboot of the favorite cult film "The Lost Boys," which has been pushed back for next season. All that's known about the series is that the pilot will be written by Rob Thomas, and will be structured as an anthology. The first season will be set in 1967 San Francisco's "Summer of Love."

CBS to bring back fan favorite crime dramas

CBS is expanding their lineup with pilots for crime reboots "Cagney And Lacey," and "Magnum PI." "Cagney and Lacey" ran for seven seasons and followed the partnership of two female detectives that live very different lives, while "Magnum PI" ran for eight seasons and focused on the cases of private investigator Thomas Magnum.

CBS is reportedly seeking diverse casts for both projects. The reboot news has bristled fans of "Magnum" who took to social media to express their anger at the thought of anyone other than Tom Selleck in the lead role.

CBS has also chosen to revival comedy "Murphy Brown" with original cast member Candice Bergen and series creator Diane English returning. The comedy revolves around investigative reporter Murphy Brown and her team at the news station FYI. Little is known about the project, but it's possible that other actors may return. The series will have 13 episodes and will heavily feature Murphy's son who will now be 30. Originally played the Haley Joel Osment, the part will be recast.

In other reboot news, Freeform has announced plans to bring back "Party of Five" with original creators Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman attached.

The two will pen the pilot along with Michael Zebede. The series will focus on immigration and will center on a Latino family. Netflix has already found success with two revivals and the reboot of "Series of Unfortunate Events."

The streaming service will be heading into space this year with a reboot of the series "Lost in Space" which first aired in the 1960's and followed the Robinson family as they travel through space. Toby Stephens (John Robinson) has described to Collider that this version will defer from the original's innocent charm and will be made for a modern audience.

For other reboots and revivals, check out: "Fuller House," "One Day at Time," and "Gilmore Girls" on Netflix, "Raven's Home" on Disney, "Macgyver" and "Hawaii Five-O" on CBS, and "The X-Files" on FOX.