Tia Mowry Says She Won't Return To 'The Game' Revival, Confirms 'Sister, Sister' Reboot Not Happening
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Tia Mowry Says She Won't Return To 'The Game' Revival, Confirms 'Sister, Sister' Reboot Not Happening

Tia Mowry-Hardrict gets asked a ton of questions by her fans. On Monday, the 43-year old actress took to TikTok to answer those pertinent questions. Hoping on a viral trend, Mowry fans in short...“no."

No, though it has been speculated and rumored about for years, there will not be a reboot to Sister, Sister. The actress also said she will not participate in the revival of The Game at Paramount+ and reprise her role of Melanie "Med School" Davis.

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This is a change of track in prior sentiments, as both sisters had been trying to get a reboot of the show off the ground for some time. “So many people are asking this question [about reviving Sister, Sister]," she told Tamron Hall last year before The Game reboot was officially set. We tried to do it, but some rights and stuff kind of got in the way. It makes me sad and also we even tried to reboot The Game and now that’s not happening. Reboots are just not in my DNA I guess!”

Mowry-Hardrict also told Pop Culture in June that she would love for her and Tamera to work together on another show, noting that may be the easiest to do rather than a Sister, Sister reboot. "I think that would have to be the route," she said at the time. "You know what I mean? Just do something with us together and come up with some sort of creative, fun concept. I don't know what that concept would be as of right now, but that would be so much fun."

She also stated that she is A-OK with the two beautiful kids she has been blessed with and doesn’t plan to give Cree, 9, or Cairo, 3, another sibling.

The actress currently stars on Netflix’s Family Reunion where she connects a Seattle family with their Georgia roots. Mowry- Hardrict also has a lifestyle series, Tia Mowry's Quick Fix, that just received a licensing deal through Cleo TV.