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‘ALF’ television reboot in development

The word is out that Warner Bros. TV is developing a reboot of 1980’s sitcom ALF which followed a friendly alien who takes up residence with a middle-class American family.

It is being reported that the reboot is in the early stages of development with original series writers Tom Patchett and Paul Fusco .

ALF, which stands for alien life form, originally ran for four seasons on NBC from 1986-1990. Max Wright, Anne Schedeen, Andrea Elson and Benji Gregory starred on the series with ALF, who was represented through the use of a puppet, being controlled by Fusco.

The new version could potentially involve ALF leaving Area 51 after being held captive at the government facility and discovering how much the world has changed following the original series finale, Variety reported.

ALF is the latest television reboot in development following a string of former programs hitting the airwaves once again including CBS’ Murphy Brown which is set to return on Sept. 27. Other recent television revivals have included RoseanneWill & Grace and Full House sequel series Fuller House, among others.

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