Fox is looking to bring back the hit sketch comedy series In Living Color, by ordering two half-hour specials which may lead to a new series. The specials will air during the network's 25th anniversary celebration in mid-season, with series creator Keenen Ivory Wayans returning as host and executive producer. If the shows do well, the network may order a revamped version of the show, with an all new cast.
In Living Color debuted in April 1990 and ran for five seasons on Fox. The show broke new ground for a network comedy show, constantly pushing the envelope of who and what can be skewered on TV. The show launched the careers of several comedic talents such as Jim Carrey, Damon Wayans, David Alan Grier, Tommy Davidson, and Jamie Foxx. Jennifer Lopez was also one of the "Fly Girls," who performed dance routines between the sketches and commercial breaks.
Exact air dates weren't given for these In Living Color specials, and it isn't known if any original cast members will return for cameo appearances.