Party Of Five was one of the hottest shows in the 1990s. It starred Jennifer Love Hewitt, Neve Campbell, Scott Wolf, Lacey Chabert and Matthew Fox and focused on a group of kids in San Francisco with no parents but plenty of heart. Now the show is getting rebooted. But instead of the characters being US natives, they will be immigrants, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
According to the site, shows about immigrants are all the rage after Donald Trump took office. The reboot will use its original series creators Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman to develop the new series. The new series would focus on a family that immigrated to the United States. It is not known where from. Party of Five aired for six seasons on Fox from 1994 until 2000. After their parents die in a car accident, the five Salinger siblings are forced to live on their own, with oldest son Charlie appointed the guardian of his brothers and sisters. He has to make sure ends meet as he keeps the family together.
Chocolate chips, sweet fruit, and brownie bites do make everything better. September 20, 2017 16:31PM She may have had a boot on her foot from a recent injury, but that didn’t stop actress Jennifer Love Hewitt from taking her daughter Autumn, 3, on an ice cream run. The two were spotted heading to Pinkberry in L.A. on Tuesday.