Jackee Harry Says a 'Sister, Sister' Revival IS Happening!

January 17, 2018

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Is it really happening? It could be!

A reboot of the popular 90's sitcom, Sister, Sister, could be heading hitting your television screen soon, according to one of the series' stars Jackée Harry.

Jackée made the revelations on Steve Harvey's show (Steve) yesterday (January 16). Steve asked if her if the rumors of a Sister, Sister reboot were true. 

"It's happening," Harry said. "I'm excited. Tia (Mowry) and Tamera (Mowry)... my babies too. They won't leave me alone."

We first heard of a possible revival back in June when Tia Mowry mentioned the possibility to Nylon Magazine. She said that she was working with her twin sister (Tamera) on the revival. She mentioned it was difficult to get all of the pieces together, but she was hopeful the revival would happen.

Sister Sister originally premiered on ABC in 1994. It moved to the WB in 1995, where it ran for a combined total of 6 season, before wrapping in May 1999. 

PEOPLE spoke to their sources at ABC, who say the revival is not underway at the network. 

Of course, the possibility of a Sister, Sister revival follows on the heels of a growing number of 90's shows that have also returned:

Netflix picked up Full House and the Gilmore Girls in recent years. ABC is gearing up for a Roseanne revival, and Will & Grace has been one of the most successful shows of the 2017-2018 television season for NBC.