From “The Mummy” to “Grease: Live!” to “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” reboots are quite the trend in Hollywood nowadays and ABC decided to get in on the action. The network will be airing a remake of the ‘80s pop culture phenomenon “Dirty Dancing.”

Originally starring Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze as Baby Houseman and Johnny Castle, “Scream Queens” alum Abigail Breslin and newcomer Colt Prattes will now take on the roles as the iconic characters who shared a romantic summer in the Catskills together.

Before tuning into the premiere of the highly anticipated remake Wednesday night, check out everything we know about the “Dirty Dancing” reboot below:

1. The remake stays true to the original

When remakes are done, sometimes fans fear that the reboot will stray away from the original story, however, Breslin has insisted that this time around the movie will stick to its roots.

During an interview with E! News, the actress revealed that the story being told in 2017 will be familiar to “Dirty Dancing” fans. “For the most part it really does stay true to the original and all the things that people loved about the first one,” she said.

Prattes echoed her statement, adding that they are “not changing the DNA” of the film and instead are “adding something to it.”

2. There is a new ending

One of the things the film will be adding is a new ending. At the end of the original movie, Baby and Johnny danced at the season talent show and baby reconciled with her father after a falling out they had earlier in the film. However, in the “Dirty Dancing” reboot, viewers will get a look at Baby and Johnny after their summer in the Catskills.

Actress Debra Messing, who plays Baby’s mother Marjorie Houseman in the film, revealed that she was excited about the new ending. “The thing that was exciting to me was you find out what happens to Baby and Johnny years later,” she told E! News.

3. The remake won’t revolve around Baby and Johnny

In a description for the upcoming movie, ABC noted that not only will viewers get to see Johnny and Baby years after their romantic summer, but the lives of other characters will also be explored. “This fresh reimagining explores the relationship between Jake (Bruce Greenwood)and Marjorie Houseman, Lisa’s (Sarah Hyland) goals in life and uncovers a fully realized character in Neil (Trevor Einhorn), with plenty of surprises in store,” the description on the ABC website read.

4. Grey wasn’t interested in making a cameo

When reboots are made, most productions tap someone or several people from the original cast to appear in the modern remake. Although Grey was offered a role she explained why she turned it down.

“I was asked to do something on that show and I was flattered because I always want to be asked because it’s nice to want to be included. But for me, it would be sacrosanct for me to do it because it didn't feel appropriate to me,” Grey told The Hollywood Reporter last year.

“It feels like if you’re going to do your own thing, do your own thing. I wouldn’t say [what role was offered] but I will tell you, it wasn’t Baby!” she added.

The “Dirty Dancing” remake premieres Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.