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Tisha Campbell-Martin Confirms “Martin Reboot” Has The Greenlight

Fans of the hit TV show Martin will be Uber excited as the show is going to be making a comeback.  Tisha Campbell-Martin who played the lead character Gina confirmed that Martin Reboot is confirmed to happen.

The actress stated she couldn’t reveal any additional information but you can best believe everyone who loves the show will hopefully love the new show.  There’s nothing confirmed about how they will address the loss of Tommy Mikal Ford’s death.  We’ll just have to wait and see!!

Read more as reported by TVOne:

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Last week Martin Lawrence‘s fiance Roberta hinted at a possible reboot of the cult classic, Martin, and now Tisha Campbell-Martin has confirmed it is indeed true. In an interview with Hip Hollywood, the 49-year-old spoke about the rumors and all but confirmed that things were moving in the right direction.

“I can’t tell you…It has been an honor to be Gina all these years. So….I can’t tell you guys anything. But it’s very exciting,” she said.

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It will be interesting to see how the famous friends work Thomas Mikal Ford‘s death into the story line. And it sounds like fans will also get to see Martin and Gina’s characters on-screen — together (remember that sexual harassment case between the two that caused them not to appear together in any scene during its last season?) Last year, Martin was finally honored by Def Comedy Jam and VH1’s Hip Hop Honors for his contribution to comedy and television.

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The 51-year-old also gave us a sneak peek of Jerome 25 years later on an appearance on Steve.

Only time will tell on when the final product will actually hit the small screen, but we’re just glad the conversation is being had!

Source: TVOne

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