At a time when reboots, revivals and spin-offs are sprouting throughout television like crabgrass, it has become common for showrunners and networks to take risks reimagining popular titles to share heartfelt stories through a new lens. After a critically acclaimed, six-season run on Fox from 1994-2000, the creators of the original Party of Five have rebooted their hit series to do exactly that. While the Golden-Globe winning ‘90s series centered on the Salingers, five siblings in San Francisco who lost their parents in a car crash, Freeform’s reboot sets the story in modern-day Los Angeles from the perspective of a Mexican-American family in a poignant, emotional and culturally relevant narrative that should hit home for all of us. I might go so far as to say that it asks the question "Who are we?" over and over again.