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The Party of Five Reboot Trailer Is Here, and It Will Break Your Heart

The new series has an immigration twist

Megan Vick

All right, get ready to cry: Freeform has released the first trailer for its Party of Fivereboot.

The original series centered on a group of five children after their parents were killed in a car accident. The new take, which comes from original Party of Five creators Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman, focuses on a group of five kids who must ban together after their parents are deported. They must figure out how to keep themselves afloat and, more importantly, stay together or risk being torn apart by Social Services after their parents are forced to leave the country.


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Additionally, Freeform has released trailers for two more of its new series. First up is the witch drama Motherland: Fort Salem, which depicts a world where witches ended their persecution in the 18th century by agreeing to fight in the military. Motherland will follow three young witches as they begin magic combat training and prepare to head to the front lines of a war against a mystical group called the Spree. The trailer in one word: insane. You can check it out below.

The final trailer released on Tuesday was a little more light hearted. New comedy Everything's Gonna Be Okayis about a man in his mid-20s who must take care of his younger half-sisters when the family discovers their father is terminally ill. OK, admittedly that doesn't sound light-hearted, but the trailer proves there are jokes, seriously!