Pretty soon, consumers will no longer be able to keep track of all streaming services and what sends what. There is too much to keep up, and now NBC is vying for our attention with its Peacock platform. As? NBC Universal has just announced several shows being offered in its service, and Punky Brewster is one of them.
Yes, you read that right. Punky Brewster, our favorite
A freckled next-door boy from the 80s comes back. But NBC gives her one
This reboot of & # 39; punky brewster & # 39; it will not be 1984 Main
Character, Penelope "Punky" Brewster. This means that fans will see Punky as an adult
in the 2020 revival after a NBC
General press release .
A reboot was announced last June for the first time by deadline.
pointing out that Frye is producing the project together with the series creator
David W. Duclon. What can fans expect? The updated sitcom describes Punky as a "single mother of three children trying it
Get her life going again when she meets a young girl that reminds her a lot
her younger self. "
Punky Brewster is first aired as a half-hour pilot in the context of
Peacock's comedy lineup.
The original "Punky Brewster" was aired for four years.
If you've faithfully watched the show in the '80s, then you probably remember that it ran from 1984 to 1988. There was also a spin-off cartoon for two seasons on television from 1985 to 1987. But every week, the kids hooked up to see Punky, her dog Brandon, her foster-father Henry (a loving grumble) and the best girl Cherie.
She had adventures with her friends, learned lessons – often
in scary situations and experienced some of the worst parts of care
System. Eventually Henry adopted her and in the end Brandon had a wedding
Follow with another dog. Memories!
During this era, Punky's style inspired a wave of
Fashion with bright colors, mismatched shoes and the typical sun ponytail
Owner. We wonder if there will be any impact on the new show.
NBC's Peacock also launches other old favorites
In the ever-changing landscape of streaming television, they
can rest assured that everyone is strengthening their game. NBCUniversal recovers parks
and Recovery for streaming, but in terms of reboots, Saved by the Bell
is also revived for Peacock.
Like Punky Brewster it undergoes adult treatment and has Mark-Paul Gosselaars Zack in politics. Imagine that. Here's a summary, according to The Hollywood Reporter:
"When California Governor Zack Morris gets into hot water for closing too many low-income high schools, he suggests sending the affected students to the state's top-performing schools – including Bayside High. The influx of new students gives the overprivileged children in Bayside a much needed and fun dose of reality.
NBC's Peacock is scheduled to hit the market in April 2020 and, together with its new original album, feature films from Universal, DreamWorks, and stream focus features. Punky Brewster will be in good company, but it's up to the viewers what services they want to buy in the streaming wars.