Rev up the 'Cuda. Nash is hitting the streets of San Francisco once again. In one of the more unlikely and welcome pieces of reboot news of late, it was announced the Don Johnson would return to the role of Nash Bridges.
Eighteen years after Nash Bridges wrapped its original run, Johnson is slipping back behind the wheel of his yellow muscle car to fight crime in a two-hour, made-for-TV movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The project is in the early stages of development at the USA Network.
In the year 2020, Nash will still be running San Francisco's Special Investigation Unit. But not everyone is along for the ride.
Carlton Cuse, the creator of the original series, will not return. Instead, Johnson is steering the project, along with producer Bill Chais (Franklin & Bash). Additionally, there is no word yet that Cheech Marin will return to his role as Joe Dominguez. In fact, no other original cast member is attached to the project. So far.
Wait, come to think of it, they haven't said anything yet about the car. He's got to have the car, right? After all the thing is worth about $3 million today.
Are you excited to see Don Johnson back as Nash? Will it be the same without Cheech?
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