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Netflix subscribers were stoked when the streaming platform announced that it had acquired the rights to several Black sitcoms, including ‘Moesha.”
Now Brandy Norwood, who plays the show’s titular character, has hinted at a possible reboot.
“I’m completely open to it. I would love to experience that. I just want for everyone to know that I’m open to it and I’m in discussions with the right people to make it happen,” she told Rap-Up of a possible reboot.
Back in 2017, Brandy, her brother Ray J, Shar Jackson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, William Allen Young, Marcus T. Paulk, and Countess Vaughn appeared together on the talk show ‘The Real’ — where they also hinted the possibility of bringing the show back on the air.
Netflix added seven 90’s Black sitcoms: ‘Sister, Sister’; ‘Moesha’; ‘Girlfriends’; ‘The Game’; ‘The Parkers’; ‘One on One’ and ‘Half & Half’.
“The goal of Strong Black Lead is to celebrate and lift up Black Hollywood. These trailblazing shows are a huge part of that story,” said in their blog announcement.
“These shows made us laugh, and cry, and sing along with those catchy theme songs. And most importantly, we felt like we saw ourselves on screen – in some cases for the very first time,” said the post.
“The goal of Strong Black Lead is to celebrate and lift up Black Hollywood. These trailblazing shows are a huge part of that story. From the classic clown funeral episode of The Parkers to Moesha’s mind-tripping meet-up with Brandy, we’re thrilled that our members can now enjoy these amazing classics.