The reboot of the classic “Incredible Years” series is taking shape and now the first full production trailer has been released.
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– The Wonder Years (@WonderYearsABC) August 2, 2021
The new version stars Dulé Hill, Laura Kariuki, Elisha “EJ” Williams and Saycon Sengbloh and will be released soon.
Saladin K. Patterson (‘The Big Bang Theory’, ‘Frasier’) writes the pilot’s screenplay, while Fred Savage joins him as director. Both will be executive producers alongside Daniels.
Neal Marlens, co-creator of the original series, is the project consultant.
The new version will revolve around “a middle-class black family from Alabama in the 1960s, during the civil rights movement.” The information comes from The Wrap.
Check out the official principle below:
“As a middle-class black family in Montgomery, Alabama in the turbulent 1960s, along with the original show, it made sure that the great years were a part of their history as well.”
Originally aired between 1988 and 1993, “Incredible Years” ran for six seasons and 115 episodes. The plot followed teenage Kevin Arnold’s transition to adulthood amid the turbulent social transformations of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
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