Tia Mowry Shoots Down The Idea Of Bringing This 90s Show Back For A Reboot

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Tia Mowry shot down any thoughts of bringing Sister, Sister back to the small screen this week by posting a short video on social media. In under a minute, the star actress answered the three questions she seemingly gets the most from fans at the moment. Leading the way, one fan asked about the impending reboot of The Game, a show she appeared on for nearly a decade.

"Are you returning for The Game reboot?" the fan asked.

"Nope, sorry," she answered.

From there, the conversation shifted to more personal matters. Mowry is the mother of two beautiful children and one fan was curious if she was interested in having a third child. Thoughtful in nature, Mowry shut that possibility down immediately.

"Are you thinking about having more kids?" a second fan asked.

"Heck, no," she emphatically replied.

Finally, the video ended with a question about a potential Sister, Sister reboot. Both Mowry and her sister, Tamera, have been angling for a reboot of the classic sitcom for months now. However, the two hit a major roadblock in March when they learned they wouldn't be able to get the rise to the show. Instead, the Mowrys encouraged fans to petition the rights holders for a reboot.

"Will there be a Sister, Sister reboot?" the question read.

"No, sorry," she countered.

Sister, Sister fans shouldn't abandon all hope for a Tia and Tamera Mowry on-screen reunion. During an interview in June, Mowry talked about potentially building a completely new show with her sister.

“I think that would have to be the route," she said about potentially building a new show with her sister.

“You know what I mean? Just do something with us together and come up with some sort of creative, fun concept. I don’t know what that concept would be as of right now, but that would be so much fun."

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