The series - the title of which is an acronym for "alien life form" - followed the adventures of a snarky, snout-nosed alien named Gordon Shumway, who moves from his place beyond the stars into the suburbs of America with a middle-class family of humans.
The show originally aired from 1986 to 1990, and aired over 100 episodes across four seasons on NBC. A reboot of the popular '80s alien sitcom is being explored by Warner Bros TV, Deadline has learned.
There were countless sitcoms set in middle class family living rooms in the 1980s, and ALF added a furry wiseass from the planet Melmac to the mix.
At this time, it is not known how much involvement series co-creator Paul Fusco, who wrote the series and voiced ALF, will have in the possible reboot.
According to TVLine, which first reported the news, the project is being developed by Warner Bros.
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The series starred Max Wright as Willie Tanner, Anne Schedeen as Kate Tanner and Andrea Elson and Benji Gregory as their children, Lynn and Brian.
This potential series comes amid a reboot wave sweeping the industry.
The reboot's development is reportedly still in the very early going, with no writer or other creative voice yet attached to the new iteration of the property.
Every now and again there's a reboot or revival of a classic TV show which I can get behind, but for the most part, it just comes across as lazy, particularly as there are so many fantastic original TV shows on the air today.