Do we have any fans of “The Game”? Well, let me bless y’all with some good news tonight as Deadline reports that the CW is bringing back its former show with some of the original cast.

It’s been 13 years since The Game helped launch the CW and now the popular show is set to return to the network with the original series’ creator Mara Brock Akil and “American Soul” co-creator Devon Greggory.

 

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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh ___ Do we have any fans of “The Game”? Well, let me bless y’all with some good news tonight as @Deadline reports that the CW is bringing back its former show with some of the original cast. ___ It’s been 13 years since The Game helped launch the CW and now the popular show is set to return to the network with the original series’ creator Mara Brock Akil and “American Soul” co-creator Devon Greggory. ___ The new version of The Game will have a new East Coast setting and is changing from a half-hour comedy based in San Diego to a one-hour dramedy set in Baltimore. __ As far as who’s coming back for the new show-click the link in our bio to read more.

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The new version of The Game will have a new East Coast setting and is changing from a half-hour comedy based in San Diego to a one-hour dramedy set in Baltimore.

As far as who’s coming back for the new show, well that hasn’t been officially announced but Hosea Chanchez, who played Malik Wright, and Brittany Daniel, who played Kelly Pitts, both posted the good news on social media.

It’s safe to say Chanchez and Wright are definitely on board.

The new show is described by the following: “This time, our out-of-touch old-timers are determined to help a bunch of knuckle-head new-schoolers navigate the ruthless game of football on and off the field. They will clash through the pitfalls of fame, fortune and love. Some will win, others will lose, but that’s what happens when you play The Game.”

The Game, a spinoff from Akil’s long-running UPN/the CW comedy series Girlfriends, ran on the CW for three seasons before being canceled when the network basically stopped making half-hour comedies. The show was later picked up by BET where it aired for six more seasons.

Roommates, are you here for a new version of “The Game”? Let us know!