'Sister, Sister' Star Jackée Harry Confirms Show Reboot
By Nicole Mastrogiannis
January 17, 2018
THIS IS NOT A DRILL, PEOPLE. It looks like beloved '90s show Sister, Sister is getting a reboot!
Back in the fall, Tia Mowery had teased that the show could see a potential revival, but the series' Jackée Harry -- who played Tia's adoptive mother on the show -- has confirmed that a reboot is, indeed, happening.
During an appearance on Steve Harvey's talk show, when asked about the reboot rumor, Jackée shook her head yes towards the screaming (with joy) audience, and said, "Yeah, it's happening."
Jackée added, "I'm excited. Tia and Tamera [Mowry]... my babies too. They won't leave me alone. I can't get rid of none of these women! None of 'em!"
No word on when or where we can see Lisa, Tia, Tamara, and Ray (Rim Reid) reunited yet ... and potentially Roger (Marques Houston)?!
But, we can't wait to see where these characters are in their lives on the reboot!
Sister, Sister, ran from 1994 through 1999 and followed the story of twins (Tia Landry & Tamera Campbell) who were separated and adopted at birth, and reunited after running into each other 14 years later at, where else, the mall.
Watch Jackée Harry confirm the show's revival below.
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