If you’re thinking about jumping on the bandwagon for the upcoming reboot of the Oz series, it may not be as easy as it looks.
The original TV series, which aired on PBS between 1956 and 1969, featured a number of characters that are still alive and kicking today.
But there are some key differences.
For one, the show’s main characters, played by George Peppard and Judy Greer, have all been deceased by the time the new show comes out.
The reboot has not yet revealed a plot, but a number have been revealed.
In fact, Peppard, Greer and their other co-stars have already revealed a number that they think are important to the overall story.
For instance, Peppel says in the new trailer for the film adaptation that his character “is still alive”, and he says the story is about “the human condition”.
So while the show may have a number more new faces than the original series, the fact that some of them have died off, and that some are still with us, is still important to what the new film is all about.
And the most important thing for the new reboot, Peppers said in the trailer, is that it’s not about Oz as we knew him.
Instead, it’s about the world we live in, which includes “some of the most powerful people in the world”, and “the people who run the world, and the government”.
The film adaptation will be shot in the UK, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, and will be released on May 6, 2019.