But, despite new commentators, a new format, and a new name, the show was hardly a revamp.
In the wake of these disappointing numbers and strong competition, is it time for the company to revamp its strategy?
Yes, companies continue to restructure, revamp, and rightsize, often in very public ways.
However, the “feminine” product industry was long in need of a revamp.
Yes, the programs the congressman would slice or revamp, such as Medicare, also help the middle class.
The GOP is seeking to revamp its image in an effort to win back the youth vote they lost in the past two presidential elections.
But what exactly is a reboot, and how does it differ from a remake, a revamp or a re-imagining?
To improve by remaking; renovate; revise: We can't just patch it up; we need to revamp the whole proposal
[1850+; fr shoemakers, ''to replace the upper front part of a shoe'']