The timeless classic ”Clueless” is coming back to your screens in a new CBS reboot.
The 1995 feature film that starred Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, Donald Faison, Brittany Murphy, Paul Rudd, and more is set to come back as a new series but with a twist. Instead of the main character “Cher Horowitz,” being the focus of everyday high school events, this time around Cher will be the subject of a mystery. The new version is written by Jordan Reddout and Gus Hickey (Will & Grace, Man With a Plan), and centers around “Dionne,” Cher’s best friend, who was played by Dash in both the film and the 1996 spinoff series.
In the new version, Cher goes missing, and Dionne now deals with the struggles of being the new most popular girl in school while she tries to find out what happened to her friend. The new version is described as ”Mean Girls” meets ”Riverdale” meets a Lizzo video, and it is set in today’s Los Angeles. The studio is shopping the project and has interest from multiple bidders, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Corinne Brinkerhoff (No Tomorrow, Jane the Virgin), who has an overall deal with CBS TV Studios, will executive produce the “Clueless” reboot with producing partner Tiffany Grant and one of the film’s producers, Robert Lawrence.
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