We've been waiting for this news: Rush Hour is finally coming to the small screen! The show will be following the first film:
When Hong Kong Inspector Lee is summoned to Los Angeles to investigate a kidnapping, the FBI doesn't want any outside help and assigns cocky LAPD Detective James Carter to distract Lee from the case. Not content to watch the action from the sidelines, Lee and Carter form an unlikely partnership and investigate the case themselves.
The original film came out in 1998 and was followed by two sequels... and we're still waiting on a fourth. Just last month Jackie Chan revealed that Warner Bros. was still open to the idea, but no moves have been made. The franchise has grossed more than $500 million domestically and more than $845 million worldwide. Watch the trailer below:
The show will be co-written/executive produced by Bill Lawrence and executive produced by the movie franchise's Brett Ratner (director) and Arthur Sarkissian (producer).