The Brothers Garcia will soon be reunited: HBO Max has handed a 10-episode order to The Garcias, a sequel to the early-aughts Nickelodeon sitcom, Variety reports.
The revival, which is set to begin production in June, will find the eponymous Mexican American family embark on a three-month summer vacation at a luxury beach resort. All six original cast members — Alvin Alvarez (Larry), Jeffrey Licon (Carlos), Bobby Gonzalez (George), Vaneza Pitynski (Lorena), Ada Maris (Sonia) and Carlos Lacamara (Ray) — are set to reprise their roles; original series co-creator Jeff Valdez will serve as showrunner.
The original Brothers Garcia ran for four seasons (and 50 episodes) between 2000 and 2004. It also spawned a made-for-TV movie, 2003’s The Brothers Garcia: Mysteries of the Maya. Bask in the nostalgia of the original series’ theme song below:
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