Peacock has finally let fans in on when they can expect to see the Punky Brewster reboot make its way online.
On Wednesday (January 6), Peacock announced that its Punky Brewster reboot would officially be debuting via the NBC-owned streaming platform on February 25.
“Grown up. Still punk. #PunkyBrewster’s back, streaming February 25 on Peacock,” tweeted the streamer, along with a brand new photo of the cast.
— Peacock (@peacockTV) January 6, 2021
Those who wish to tune in to see what the titular character gets up to as an adult won’t have to worry about waiting on weekly drops to do so.
Just as Peacock did with its Saved By The Bell reboot, the forthcoming series will premiere all 10 of its season 1 episodes on the same day.
Pegged as a continuation of the beloved 80s sitcom, the reboot finds original series star Soleil Moon Frye returning to reprise her role as Punky Brewster. This time, she’s all grown up and a single mother of three. While trying to get her life back on track, Punky will find herself coming face to face with a young girl named Izzy, who’s currently in the foster care system and reminds her a lot of herself.
Original series star Cherie Johnson is also back to reprise her role as Punkie’s best friend, Cherie.
Others who also star on the show include Freddie Prinze Jr. (playing Punky’s ex husband), as well as Noah Cottrell (Diego), Oliver De Los Santos (Daniel), and Lauren Lindsey Donzis (Hannah).
The Punky Brewster reboot premieres February 25 on Peacock.