New “Clueless” series in the works: the reboot of the cult film should be so different
In 1995 the teenage comedy “Clueless – What Else!” Ran in the cinema and was a complete success. Now the story of the rich high school clique is to be told. But different than before …
Chunky platform shoes, brightly colored clothes, always a brisk phrase and a lot of money from dad – the cult film “Clueless” was all about Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone) and her rather insignificant worries in life. Anyone who missed Cher and her clique can now be happy.
As Variety reports, a “clueless” reboot is currently being worked on, in the form of another series xmovies8. After the great success of the 1995 film, three seasons of a “Clueless” series were running. Now the story is told again – and differently -.
As Variety reports, a “clueless” reboot is currently being worked on, in the form of another series
This is what the new “Clueless” series will be about
The focus of the new “Clueless” series is no longer Cher, but her best friend Dionne. The reissued story is told at the point where the “Clueless” film ends – but carried over to the present day.
Cher is gone, Dionne, her successor, will be the new high school queen and will have to get used to the role. She will also have to explain what happened to her best friend.
“Clueless” cast is still unknown
In both the original film and the ’90s series, Dionne was played by actress Stacey Dash. Most recently Dash worked for the US news channel Fox News and no longer as an actress. It is not yet known who will play Dionne and the “Clueless” clique in the Reboot series.
In the USA, “Clueless” is broadcast on the new NBCUniverse streaming service Peacock. There is no start date yet. It is not yet clear whether, when and where the series will be shown in Germany.
In the USA, “Clueless” is broadcast on the new NBCUniverse streaming service Peacock
If you haven’t seen “Clueless”, you should definitely do so. You can rent the film from Amazon Prime Video *.
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