Rebooting beloved TV shows isn’t for everyone.

Reboot stars Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, Judy Greer, and Paul Reiser confessed that they’re not necessarily in love with Hollywood’s infatuation with bringing back beloved TV faves, despite the fact that the comedy is about a sitcom that is revived by Hulu. And after reading their justifications, you could concur with them!

In the Hulu comedy, Judy, who portrays TV mom-turned-duchess Bree Marie Jensen, said that she finds it “frustrating” when unique ideas are rejected in favor of resurrection efforts. “I think, “Really? Guys, the well is dry “E! News told her. “‘There’s nothing we can try out there,'”

Judy did, however, like one reboot: the second season of And Just Like That from Sex and the City.

Reboot Stars Reveal How They Really Feel About Hollywood's Love of Revivals

The actor for 13 Going on 30 remarked of the roles portrayed by Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis, “I really wanted to spend time with them again.” She said, “I have appreciated that kind of relaunch,” and gave the show credit for being more than just a straightforward reproduction of SATC.

Similar sentiments were voiced by Keegan, who performs the role of Judy’s ex-boyfriend and co-star Reed Sterling on Reboot. He said: “I’m typically more interested in watching that than sometimes just bringing the program back. If there’s a rethinking of something.”

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The Key & Peele actor praised Peacock’s Bel-Air for coming up with a fresh approach to narrating The Fresh Prince of Bel-story. Air’s It takes a lot of bravery to try to advance something like Bel-Air, he continued.

Reboot Stars Reveal How They Really Feel About Hollywood's Love of Revivals

“Afterward, ask, “What if we were to explore that in a dramatic way?” I find that to be very intriguing.” Paul made it clear that he is not “a fan of the idea of restarting things,” despite having appeared in iconic sitcoms like Mad About You and My Two Dads.

As much as anyone, I love The Beatles, he said. “but never actually supported their reconciliation. Because 1964 won’t be a repeat of it.”

The actor also mentioned that he and his co-stars waited until the story was ready to return, despite taking part in the 2019 Mad About You revival.

Paul, who portrays a creator of a comedy in Reboot, stated, “Mad About You, we were extremely delighted with how it finished and didn’t want to come back, but we found an enticing way to do it.

Johnny, who portrays coarse-mouthed comic Clay Barber in the Hulu series, on the other hand, said that since he “doesn’t watch a tonne of television,” he has a neutral perspective on true reboots. Nevertheless, he was glad that Hulu got the joke and said, “They’re getting so much free promotion.”

Now that Reboot is available to view on Hulu, you can see the cast mocking Hollywood in good fun.

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