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'Mad About You' Revival In The Works And We Aren't Sure How To Feel About It

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It seems like everything is up for a reboot these days, and sitcoms are no exception. The 90s seemed like it was the decade of the sitcom, with many successful and popular shows running each and every night. Of course, everyone had their favorite.

Many popular shows took place in New York City. Friends, Seinfeld, and Will & Grace all took place in the big city, making it seem like the cool place to live. There was really a show for everyone in the 90s, and one of the most popular shows is getting really close to making a comeback.

Mad About You was a huge show that ran for seven seasons. It started in 1992, following Paul Buchman and his wife Jamie as they dealt with daily life in, you guessed it, New York City. Eventually the couple have a daughter, Mabel, by the end of the series in 1999.

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The show was well-loved, and was nominated for 90 awards in its run, winning 40 of them. Helen Hunt specifically won several Golden Globes and Emmy Awards over the years for her portrayal of Jamie.

After being off the air for nearly 20 years, there are now talks of it coming back! This is what we know about the potential reboot so far...

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