While many fans had been eagerly waiting for Warner Bros.’ reboot of the 1980s sitcom, ALF, it now looks like these plans are dead. TV Line had reported that “the proposed reboot is not moving forward at this time after failing to attract a suitor.”
This seems like Warner Bros. was not able to entice and convince any network to pick up this series, that had premiered for the very first time on NBC in the year, 1986.
This had been co-created by Paul Fusco, who had voiced and also served as the puppeteer for the main character, ALF. The series was about an Alien Life Form Gordon Shumway in his refuge with a suburban family in America after he had crash-landed on Earth. This sitcom had run for four seasons between the year, 1986 and 1990.
After a TV film in the year, 1996, Fusco had then pitched a feature movie adaptation of ALF to Sony Animation, and Sony had optioned this project in 2012, but it was then abandoned.