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90's Sitcom, MARTIN, to reboot soon hints Martin Lawrence.

DAMN GINA!! Everybody remembers the 90's sitcom "Martin!" You see many meme's and quotes on the internet from the show still to this day. Martin's fiance, Roberta Moradfa, announced on her social media account that her Favorite show was coming back and she was happy for her husband, while Martin Lawrence responded on her post with a Wide Eye Emoji. Many fans have been waiting for a reboot of the show and this could help spark Martin Lawrence's TV career once again, after all he is one of the greatest comedians of all time. Martin is an American sitcom that aired for five seasons on Fox from August 27, 1992 to May 1, 1997. Reflecting the rising popularity of the Fox network throughout the 1990s, Martin was one of the network's highest-rated shows during the sitcom's run. Many TV viewers by the thousands would tune in to watch the show.

In 1997, Tisha Campbell filed a lawsuit against her co-star Martin Lawrence and the show's producers for sexual harassment and verbal and physical assaults, and she did not appear in most of the season five episodes. The explanation in most of the episodes Campbell did not appear in was that Gina was "out on business", though in the two-part episode "Going Overboard" it was stated that Gina had arrived too late to board the boat for the trip alongside everyone else. HBO Studios eventually settled the case with Campbell so that the show's last season could be completed.Campbell did return to the Martin set to film the two-part series finale of the show under the condition that she would not share any scenes with or interact in any way with Martin Lawrence. In the episode, Martin and Gina kept entering and exiting the sets at different times and the storyline was adjusted so that the characters were both part of it but never crossed paths.It's unsure as to who is to play on the new episodes, if there is a %100 Reboot , but if the show returns you can guarantee thousands of people will still tune in.

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