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"Reboot" is a television series that premiered in 2022 and is a science-fiction action-adventure show. It is a reboot of the 1994 series of the same name. The show follows the story of four teenagers who become trapped in a virtual world created by an evil entity known as The Sorcerer. The group must work together to find a way to escape and defeat The Sorcerer before he can take over the real world.

The show features a diverse cast, with each character bringing their unique skills and personalities to the group. The main characters are Austin, Tamra, Parker, and Trey. Austin is a skilled gamer and the leader of the group. Tamra is a tech expert who helps the group navigate the virtual world. Parker is an athlete with a strong sense of justice, and Trey is a genius inventor who creates gadgets to help the group.

Throughout the series, the group must overcome various challenges and obstacles in their quest to escape the virtual world and stop The Sorcerer. The show combines action, adventure, and humor to create an exciting and engaging viewing experience for audiences of all ages.

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