The classic 1965-1971 CBS sitcom set in a World War II prisoners of war camp is being rebooted by original show co-creator Albert S. Ruddy along with Danny McBride and his producing partners David Gordon Green and Jody Hill. Ruddy, 89, co-created Hogan's Heroes with Bernard Fein, who died in 1980. Deadline reports "the reimagined version will be a single-camera action adventure comedy series set in present day focusing on the descendants of the original heroes, now scattered around the world, who team up for a global treasure hunt." The potential revival currently doesn't have a network home. The original Hogan's Heroes ran for 168 episodes and starred Bob Crane as U.S. Colonel Robert Hogan, who secretly used the camp to launch Allied espionage missions.