'The Munsters' Is Getting a Horror/Drama Reboot

'The Munsters'

Back to Mockingbird Lane we go! That's right, The Munsters is returning to the small screen. A reboot titled 1313 is in the works at UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group.

The title of the new series is, of course, a reference to the Munster family's address at 1313 Mockingbird Lane. The forthcoming drama, developed by James Wan, Lindsey Anderson Beer and Ingrid Bisu, is described as a reimagining of the original sitcom, which aired on CBS from 1964 until 1966.

"So yes… we’ve been quietly (until now) cooking away at this. 1313 is a drama horror version of THE MUNSTERS, that brings it back to its classic Universal Monsters roots," Wan shared on Instagram. "🧛‍♂️ Maybe the old school gang of classic monsters could happen after all! Cautiously optimistic by this possibility."

Before the Munsters come back to TV, here is everything to know about The Munsters reboot, 1313, including cast and release date possibilities.

What is The Munsters reboot, 1313 release date?

A production date and premiere date have not been announced, but stay tuned for details.

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How to watch The Munsters reboot, 1313

No word yet on which platform the drama will be available on.

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What will happen in The Munsters reboot, 1313?

According to the official logline, the reboot, run by Lindsey Anderson Beer, "is a reimagining of the 1964 classic sitcom, The Munsters, as a horror series that lives and breathes within the Universal Monsterverse."

What was The Munsters about?

The original sitcom was about a family of monsters—Herman Munster, his wife Lily Munster, their son Eddie Munster, their niece Marilyn and "Grandpa" aka Lily's father—living in Mockingbird Heights.

Who is cast in The Munsters reboot, 1313?

No casting announcements have been made just yet, as the show is only in the early stages of development. Watch this space!

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