(L-R) Don Most, Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Marion Ross and Anson Williams attend Garry Marshall Theatre's 3rd Annual Founder's Gala Honoring Original "Happy Days" Cast at The Jonathan Club on November 13, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rachel Luna/Getty Images)

Everything old is new again, at least on TV. As we told you, Night Court is back on NBC and the first episode did really well in the ratings. Bryan Cranston and Frankie Muniz are both exploring some sort of Malcolm in the Middle reunion. And now Movieguide reports that Henry Winkler, a.k.a. ‘The Fonz,’ is talking about the possibility of a Happy Days reboot.

At the Critics Choice Awards, Winkler was asked about the idea and said he actually had no idea if a reboot is in the cards or not, so it’s all just speculation. The 77-year-old actor also added that he wouldn’t want to do the show without original Happy Days stars Ron Howard, Don Most, Anson Williams, and Marion Ross.

Ron Howard hasn’t commented but he previously said his choice for an actor to play his character in the hypothetical reboot would be Jack Dylan Grazer, who starred in the new IT franchise and Disney Pixar’s Luca. It sounds like Howard isn’t interested in getting in front of the camera as ‘Richie Cunningham’ again.

If a Happy Days reboot were to be produced, when would it take place? The sitcom was set in the 1950s but produced in the ’70s. Therefore, a new Happy Days series with the original characters might have to be set in the 1990s or early-2000s. It’s the same reason the new Netflix sequel to That ’70s Show is called That ’90s Show.