Well if you do, you'll be glad to know that Seth Meyers is working on a reboot of that lovable monster family for NBC. Kargman will write the script as well as executive produce with Myers and Mike Shoemaker. In the original series, the Munsters lived in suburban Los Angeles, but the reboot is set in NY as the "offbeat family ... struggles to fit in in hipster Brooklyn".
The development "The Munsters" reboot keeps Meyers in business with NBC, where he now hosts the late-night series "Late Night with Seth Meyers". From Fuller House to Will & Grace and Roseanne, the competition for viewers' eyeballs is relying on nostalgia, and the latest revival is The Munsters. It will be a half-hour, single-camera series, similar to the original 1960s comedy it's inspired by. Under Meyers and Kargman at NBC, the reboot will relocate from sunny Mockingbird Heights to "hipster Brooklyn" in NY. The show ran on CBS from 1964 to 1966.
The original The Munsters series followed a family of classic movie monsters living in a mansion at the aforementioned 1313 Mockingbird Lane - except for one normal niece, Marilyn (who very much looks like a Marilyn Monroe lookalike). Her team tracked down the rights to Universal TV, where she teamed up with Late Night host Meyers, who has a producing deal at the studio. In addition, the network recently ordered the Meyers-produced comedy "A.P. Bio" to series.
This isn't the first time the network has taken a stab at rebooting the monster-themed sitcom, with a pilot airing in 2012 with Jerry O'Connell as Herman Monster and Portia de Rossi as wife Lily. Now, it appears that the promise NBC's chief Bob Greenblatt made in 2013 to bring The Munsters back is finally happening.