Keenen Ivory Wayans will bring his classic sketch comedy "In Living Color" series back to Fox next spring. If the show does well it, could come back for good, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Wayans is slated to produce two half-hour specials that will take a contemporary spin on the classic show that aired from 1990-1994. The show will feature "fresh, young talent" as well as musical performances by special guests.

Wayans left the show that he started with his brother Damon after the third season due to disagreements with Fox over censorship.

In August, Fox premiered a half-hour sketch-comedy produce by Jamie Foxx called "In The Flow With Affion Crockett," in press releases to the media Fox said the show was "in the vein" of "In living color." The show was cancelled shortly after its premiere.