TV reboots mean another chance for fans to revisit their favorite casts of characters. Take our quiz to see how much you know about some of the most buzzed-about remakes and reboots as well as the classic shows that inspired them.
Twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen chose not to participate in the show, so Michelle won't be moving into "Fuller House."
D.J. is forced to raise her three sons alone after her firefighter husband dies on the job.
Former neighbor Kimmie Gibbler and her daughter Ramona move into the Tanner household in the "Full House" reboot.
The "X-Files" reboot is set 13 years after the original series, and 13 years after the FBI shut down the alien-obsessed division.
While they've since broken up, Mulder and Scully were dating in the period between the original "X-Files" and the series reboot 13 years later.
Disney XD will play host to the money-loving Scrooge and his mischievous nephews in a reboot of the beloved animated series, set in the town of Duckburg.
Huey, Dewey and Louie are Scrooge's nephews in the original "Ducktales" series, and all three will make a comeback in the 2017 reboot.
The voices of Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup are provided by all-new actors in the "Powerpuff Girls" reboot.
Stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel are returning to Stars Hollow for another run at "Gilmore Girls" in the 2016 remake.
Thanks to a busy movie career, Melissa McCarthy won't be moving back to Stars Hollow.
Despite lots of buzz, the "Coach" reboot, set 18 years after the original series ended, didn't get the final green light.
"Heroes" ran from 2006 to 2010, but a 2015 reboot brought the series back to life.
While fans will have to live without Sylar (Zachary Quinto) and Niki and Jessica Sanders (Ali Larter), they will get to see Jack Coleman reprising his role as Noah Bennet.
The new "Prison Break" will be set a few years after the original series ended, and both Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller are returning to the reboot.
"Celebrity Death Match" ran on MTV from 1998 to 2002, then came back on MTV2 in 2005. In 2015, the network announced that it would be bringing the show back for a third time, much to the excitement of fans.
Both the original and the reboot of "Celebrity Death Match" feature claymation celebrities battling it out in the ring.
"24: Live Another Day" was more of a continuation than a reboot and featured many of the same characters and actors that starred in the original series.
"24: Legacy" will feature similar storytelling techniques to the original series but will use a whole new vast of characters.
"Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp" served as a prequel to the film and told the story of the campers and counselors starting from the first day of camp.
Both the original film and the reboot are set at Camp Firewood.
Miss Piggy hosts the late-night show "Up Late With Miss Piggy" in the comedic reboot.
Episode 5 of this series reveals Miss Piggy's feud with Reese Witherspoon, who beat her out for the lead role in "Walk the Line."
In November 2015, CBS announced a new version of "Star Trek," with "Star Teak" movie writer and producer Alex Kurtzman as executive producer.
"Star Trek" came out in 1966 and celebrated 50 years in 2016. Those five decades brought a whopping five TV series and a dozen movies.
"The Magic School Bus" aired from 1994 to 1997, but Netflix brought the series back for a reboot called "The Magic School Bus 360" in 2014.
Ms. Frizzle -- originally voiced by Lily Tomlin --- led children on magical science adventures.
Thanks to a successful Kickstarter fundraiser "Mystery Science Theater 3000" will reach a whole new generation of sci-fi fans.
"Arrested Development" ran from 2003 to 2006 before Netflix brought the series back to life with new episodes starting in 2013.
The Bluths make money with their frozen banana stands. Netflix took advantages of this by using a series of pop-up banana stands to promote the reboot of the show in 2013.
"Twin Peaks" fans who eagerly tuned in find out who killed Laura Palmer will be happy to learn that a reboot of the classic series was announced in 2015.