Will Smith will produce the reboot of the Nineties sitcom Fresh Prince, which launched his career.
20 years after the Nineties sitcom 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' went off air, Will Smith who kicked off his acting career with show, is reportedly working on a reboot.
According to TVLine, the actor is developing a reboot as a producer, with his production company Overbrook Entertainment.
The reboot will reportedly put a new spin on the fish-out-of-water tale while maintaining the spirit of the original series which ran for six seasons on NBC, before ending in 1996.
The series also starred Tatyana Ali, Alfonso Ribeiro, and James Avery, Don Cheadle, Queen Latifah, and Tyra Banks.
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