‘New York Undercover’ revival is within the works
Author and producer Ben Watkins is engaged on a revival of the 1990s procedural “New York Undercover.” File Picture by Paul Treadway/UPI |
Dick Wolf arrives for a photograph name for the sequence “Legislation & Order: Particular Victims Unit” in the course of the 52nd Monte Carlo Tv Pageant in Monaco on June 12, 2012. File Picture by David Silpa/UPI |
Malik Yoba arrives on the Thurgood Marshall Fund’s 21st Anniversary Awards Dinner Gala in New York on October 27, 2008. File Picture by Laura Cavanaugh/UPI |
Director Michael DeLorenzo arrives to the premiere of “One Two Many” in Los Angeles on April 10, 2008. File Picture by Hector Mata/UPI |
Dec. 7 (UPI) — A revival of the police drama New York Undercover is within the works.
The Kevin Arkadie-Dick Wolf procedural initially ran on Fox 1994-98, and starred Malik Yoba and Michael DeLorenzo as undercover detectives fixing crimes in Manhattan.
Deadline.com reported Hand of God creator Ben Watkins is penning a pilot for a reboot of the sequence. He would additionally produce the present together with Wolf.
ABC is in talks to air the sequence, however Fox can be reportedly .
No casting has been determined but.
Watkins re-tweeted a hyperlink to the article in regards to the revival and posted his personal message, which mentioned: “What?!?! My favourite present is coming again? O, we about to have some enjoyable with this!!! #nyundercover #BuckleUp #dreamcheck.”
It additionally featured a winky face emoji with its tongue protruding.
Bringing again lengthy canceled exhibits has been a latest pattern in streaming and broadcast tv, with Roseanne, Will & Grace, Murphy Brown, Gilmore Ladies and Full Home all getting recent episodes years after they went off the air.