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Party of Five Reboot Status
Party of Five Reboot Release Date
In advance of the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour session tomorrow, Freeform announces the pickup to series of the reboot of fan-favorite "Party of Five" from the original creators, Amy Lippman and Chris Keyser. From Sony Pictures Television, the one-hour drama will follow the five Acosta children (fka Buendia) as they navigate daily life struggles to survive as a family unit after their parents are suddenly deported to Mexico. The series stars Brandon Larracuente as Emilio, Emily Tosta as Lucia, Niko Guardado as Beto and Elle Paris Legaspi as Valentina. The pilot was co-written by Lippman, Keyser and newcomer Michal Zebede.
"'Party of Five' embodies the heart and soul of what it means to be a family in the most trying of times. We're so lucky that Freeform gets to be the home for this reimagined story, as we continue to represent the resilience of young adults and the importance of fighting for your voice in times of doubt," said Tom Ascheim, president, Freeform. "We are thrilled to be able to share the groundbreaking storytelling from Amy and Chris with a new audience, and are excited for our viewers to discover the beauty of this series."
"We couldn't be more excited to bring 'Party of Five' to another generation of fans. Amy, Chris and Michal's distinct voice makes this series incredibly relatable and authentic. We are truly proud to be part of this journey," said Jeff Frost, president, Sony Pictures Television and co-presidents Chris Parnell and Jason Clodfelter.
"Party of Five" is created by Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman, who also serve as executive producers and writers. Rodrigo Garcia also serves as executive producer and directed the pilot. Michal Zebede serves as co-executive producer and writer.
Today, Freeform, Disney's young adult cable network, announced the pilot order for "Party of Five" from Sony Pictures Television, which will be a modern reimagining of the groundbreaking original series. Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman wrote the pilot with Michal Zebede ("Castle") and Rodrigo Garcia ("Nine Lives") is set to direct. Keyser, Lippman and Garcia will executive produce and Zebede serves as co-executive producer.
The new iteration of "Party of Five" is a modern twist on the original series, following the five Buendías children as they struggle to survive together as a family after their parents are deported to Mexico.
"Twenty-five years ago, we imagined a story about five kids navigating the world after the untimely death of their parents," said executive producers Amy Lippman and Christopher Keyser. "Today, stories of families being separated, children having to raise themselves in the wake of their parents' deportations, don't require any imagination; they are everywhere. This new iteration of 'Party of Five' isn't a retread of the original; it's a whole new look at kids trying to parent each other in the wake of circumstances beyond their control, yet learning a similar lesson: that families persist no matter how great the obstacles."
"From the moment we heard that Amy and Chris were updating their iconic series with this timely and powerful twist, we knew we had to have this pilot. We're honored to be the home for the next, brilliant iteration of their vision," said Karey Burke, Freeform's executive vice president of Programming and Development.
Freeform's growing slate of original scripted dramas includes new hits "Marvel's Cloak & Dagger," and "Siren," critically acclaimed "The Bold Type," and the upcoming series "Good Trouble" from the executive producers of "The Fosters."