"The Wonder Years" is returning to ABC nearly 30 years after its 1993 series finale.
The original coming-of-age television show starred Fred Savage as a teenager growing up in a suburban middle-class family and ran for six seasons.
The half-hour reboot will instead follow a Black middle-class family in Montgomery, Alabama, during the turbulent 1960s, the same era as the original.
The network is partnering with Academy Award-nominated filmmaker and "Empire" co-creator Lee Daniels to lead the show, and 20th Century Fox Television will produce.
Savage also committed to an executive producing role.
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ABC to reboot 'The Wonder Years,' show to focus on Black family