Transcript for Queen Latifah Reveals 'Living Single' Reboot
And Diane's got it. What's kicking? Good morning, everyone. I know it's Sunday. We're going to pretend it's throwback Thursday for a second. Queen latifah has revealed she's working on a "Living single" reboot. They're still figuring out if the show would land on television or Netflix. Nay have a lot of other things to figure out. She does figure to bring back all the original stars. Including John Hinton, Mel Jackson, even Kim fields, who some might also recognize from the real housewives of Atlanta, aka tootie from "The facts of life." A fun fact. "Living single" was a template for the show "Friends." Are you kidding me? Yes, after "Friends" left the air, it inspire D -- after it left the air, it inspired "Friends." The template. We'll start with a video that sums up how many of us are feeling. Meet Oscar. The French bulldog who hates snow so much he refuses to walk in it. He even has a winter coat and snow boots. As you can seerks it didn't help his owner. His owner said that believe it or not, Oscar loves playing in the snow but he hates it when it's actually snowing. As soon as the snow flakes hit his face, game over. The look on the face. You still have to walk the dog. He's got to do his business. Some are saying maybe Oscar is aiming for some skis. You went dog sledding. Do you have anything to -- Those dogs definite ly enjoy it. I can't speak for Oscar. I don't think Oscar would make a good sledding dough. Just my hunch. Just what we needed. An excuse to be louder than we are. Pringles is debuting a new line of extra crunchy chips. Fiery Chile lime. Spicy queso. You just got Dan to eat something. They're good. They are a little extra crunchy. Of course I got the spicy one. Fun new chance. The chips are available at all participating U.S. Store this is month. What's yours? Mag Rita. While you're crunching away, news about Emma Watson. She's partners with Disney to launch the annual magic of story teling campaign. Take a look. Once upon a time, there were children who didn't know the magic of books. They didn't get introduced to enchanting characters or taught to never judge a book by its cover. She's lending her trademark voice to the campaign that promotes reading while bringing books to underserved neighborhoods all across the country. Disney will doughnut up to 1 million books. The campaign encourages families to put everything else down, pick up a book, read together as a group activity or individually. Some of my favorite memories as a kid were bed time stories. Do parents still. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. As they get older, the stories get longer and longer. The whole process gets drawn out. Skipping the pages. They throw in big words like peripatetic, for example. Thanks for watching. George is here soon with "This week." Good morning everyone.
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