Every child of the ’80s remembers Punky Brewster, the NBC sitcom that ran for four seasons and starred the great Soleil Moon Frye as a little girl raised by a loving foster father. 35 years later, the show is getting a revival on NBC’s Peacock streaming service. In a twist, Punky (once again played by Frye — as if anyone else could play Punky Brewster) is now the single parent, after getting a divorce from her husband, played by Freddie Prinze Jr.

The ten episode first season finally has an official release date and a full trailer. Watch it below:

That’s Cherie Johnson, also all grown up and back playing Punky’s best friend 35 years later. Time flies — here’s the show’s official synopsis:

In this continuation of the iconic 80s sitcom about a bright young girl raised by a foster dad, Punky is now a single mother of three trying to get her life back on track when she meets Izzy, a young girl in the foster system who reminds Punky a lot of her younger self.

Punky Brewster premieres on Peacock on February 25. The service is banking heavily on revivals like Punky. They’ve already got a Saved By the Bell show streaming with several of the original cast members, and they’re also working on a new series featuring MacGruber. If you got an old NBC show that people used to love, Peacock wants it and they want it now.

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