It's been 25 years since the final episode of In Living Color aired on TV, and according to People, a group of the original cast members will be getting together to discuss the impact of the show.

The reunion will take place at the 18th Annual Tribeca Film Festival. That takes place from April 24th through May 25th in New York City.

On April 27th, according to People, they will show the pilot episode of the show that ran for four years on Saturday nights on Fox. That will be followed by some of the original cast members discussing the impact the show had on television as well as their careers.

According to People, some of the cast members that will be there include creator Keenen Ivory Wayans, Kim Wayans, Shawn Wayans, David Alan Grier, Tommy Davidson, and Rosie Perez.

Being that we are still over a month away from the event, I wouldn't be surprised if other cast members commit as well.

Even though the show only ran for four years over a quarter of a century ago, friends of mine are still always reciting lines from their favorite skits.

I read somewhere last year that someone asked Jim Carrey if you would be in favor of an In Living Color reboot, and he said, of course he would be. Maybe this is the first step and making that a reality.

[via People]

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