A PRODUCER of a popular 2000s show has hinted at a reboot.
If true, the sitcom would return 15 years after the show ended.
Girlfriends was a show that aired originally on UPN and then moved to The CW from 2000 to 2008.
The show focused on a mixed batch of Black women who faced life’s tests and triumphs together.
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After the outlet asked the actor a few questions about the new show, they wondered if he would be open to rebooting any of his other programs that ended.
“With the success of Frasier, are there any other shows you’ve starred in or produced that you’d like to revisit?” they asked.
He shared that he’d love to go back and revisit Boss, which was a 2011 drama that Kelsey starred in.
‘I WOULD LOVE TO’
Deadline then asked him if there were any updates on the reboot of Girlfriends.
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“I would love to reboot Girlfriends,” Kelsey shared.
“Of course, it would probably be a different kind of show, but we got The Game back on and that was wonderful.”
“I think they should because I know many people who love that show and love those characters and would like to see them continue,” he continued.
Kelsey reiterated that he would love to see a reboot of the show and have Tracee Ellis Ross star in the reboot, since she was in the original.
“She was terrific in that. The show was a wonderful opportunity to see all those young women start out. It’s such a beautiful ensemble effort and I was very proud to be connected to that,” he ended.
Tracee starred alongside Jill Marie Jones, Golden Brooks, and Persia White.
‘HERE FOR IT’
Fans flocked to X, formerly Twitter, to bask in the news of a possible reboot.
Most of them were excited and want the girlfriends to reunite.
“Here for the Girlfriends reboot,” one fan tweeted.
“Yes !! They she show them navigating through their 40’s. This could be a great idea !! Same story line though, just them older,” wrote another.
“Make it happen,” said a third.
“I’m here for a Girlfriends reboot. I hope they make it happen,” added another fan.
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However, some Twitter users begged for the show to get a “proper ending.”
They also asked not for a reboot, but a continuation, like Sex and the City did with And Just Like That.