The long-in-the-works “Clueless” reboot is able to make a cameo at Peacock. In line with Selection, an change of the fundamental ’90s highschool comedy specializing in Dionne is in development on the streamer. The as-yet untitled endeavor will meet up with Dionne after her best good buddy, Cher, goes missing.
The current is “a baby pink and bisexual blue-tinted, tiny sun-glasses carrying, oat milk latte and Adderall-fueled take a look at what happens when queen bee Cher disappears and her lifelong amount two Dionne steps into Cher’s vacant Air Jordans,” the availability describes. “How does Dionne address the pressures of being the model new hottest girl in school, whereas moreover unraveling the thriller of what occurred to her best good buddy?”
Hailing from CBS Television Studios, the reboot shall be penned and govt produced by “Will & Grace” revival collaborators Jordan Reddout and Gus Hickey. Corinne Brinkerhoff (“Jane the Virgin”) may also be among the many many EPs.
Data of a “Clueless” reboot first broke in fall 2018. “Girls Journey” scribe Tracy Oliver and “GLOW” creator Marquita Robinson have been initially hooked as much as the endeavor.
From writer-director Amy Heckerling, “Clueless” debuted in 1995 — and has since develop to be iconic. Loosely primarily based totally on Jane Austen’s “Emma,” the comedy sees Cher (Alicia Silverstone), a rich, trendy Beverly Hills highschooler, having fun with matchmaker to associates and lecturers nevertheless remaining, correctly, clueless about her private feelings.
Stacey Dash portrayed Dionne throughout the distinctive film and reprised the perform throughout the ABC/UPN tv sequence. Zurin Villanueva carried out the character in “Clueless: The Musical,” which opened Off-Broadway in 2018.
One different beloved ’90s title may also be getting an change, and shifting the principle focus of the distinctive story to a Black lady’s perspective. “Jodie,” a spinoff of “Daria” centering on Jodie Landon, Daria’s witty, overachieving classmate, is throughout the works at Comedy Central. Tracee Ellis Ross is voicing the titular character and exec producing.