Television reboots are an easy sell — but are they crowding out BIPOC voices?

It seems like almost every day a new television reboot is announced, quelling audience desires for nostalgic content.

Sex and the City, Frasier and Dexter are all poised to return with their lead stars attached (the first, minus Samantha), while others like True Blood, Fantasy Island and Doogie Howser, M.D.

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