Recently, the popular Mexican TV station Televista Canal 5 has brought back One Piece, after being absent from the schedule since 2008-ish. However, they are airing Weekdays at 3:30 and 4:00 AM. It should be noted that the Latino Spanish dub of One Piece is based upon the 4Kids in terms of the visuals, but has a script that is a hybrid of both the Japanese and 4kids scripts (having no swear words and tamer language, but using Zoro and the Spanish equivalent to "devil's fruit". The show also aired on Cartoon Network LA, with a Spanish dubbed version of the infamous "Rap", but airing on Canal 5 used a dubbed version of "We Are" and "Memories".
Here's where things get interesting. Only episodes 1-52 (JAP 1-83) aired on Latino TV during its run, but currently never before seen episodes have been airing. Some rumors have been flying around that episodes past 105 (JAP 144) could be based off the Funimation edited dub that aired on Cartoon Network US in 2008.
If enough people demand that One Piece be aired at a decent time on Canal 5, and gains some decent viewers, this may bring a North American revival of One Piece to TV.
Perhaps these rumors are just rumors, but at least having One Piece back on TV in North America in some form or another is somewhat exciting news (especially with everybody being worried about the show's future in the Americas).