Reboots can stir your core memory and bring news takes on existing works, here's our list of TV shows from the past that deserve to make a comeback.
While shows like Fuller House and That '90s Show are doing the job of bringing little pieces of core memories back to our lives again we feel that the archives are still filled with amazing TV shows that deserve reboots immediately. Here are our picks of TV shows that we feel should make a comeback.
Firefly is a space western drama TV show that was created by Joss Whedon. It follows a group of people who live on Serenity which is a spaceship. Firefly first premiered in the states back in 2002 and quickly amassed a solid fanbase averaging 4.7 million viewers per week. However, the show was canceled and didn't last for very long. The show saw immense success post its cancellation, which led to a standalone film in 2005 called Serenity which picked up the story right from where it left off. The firefly franchise found more fame in comics and later in an RPG game.
The NBC show first aired back in 1999. However, it didn't perform well due to an erratic schedule and some creative conflicts between the showrunners and NBC. The show was eventually canceled only after two seasons. Guess what happened next, The show became a cult classic. The show even went on to feature in several lists of the greatest TV shows of all time. I definitely see Netflix picking up this story and making it a huge success.
Pushing Daisies is an American comedy-drama TV show created by Bryan Fuller. The show aired on ABC from October 3, 2007, to June 13, 2009. The series stars Lee Pace who plays a piemaker with the ability to bring back the dead to life. The series was critically acclaimed and bagged 17 Primetime Emmy Award nominations. In 2015 fans voted this TV show first in Esquire's TV Reboot Tournament and asked to see a reboot of this show.
It's always time for a vampire story! Humans have so much appetite for stories about the vampire dynasty that we can never seem to get enough. The Warner Bros. series follow a private investigator who turns into a vampire by his bride Coraline on the couple's wedding night. The show only ran for one year, from 2007 to 2008.
Tru Calling is a supernatural drama television series that aired from 2003 to 2005. The show follows a 20-year-old medical student who takes a job at the city morgue. The show was absurd, and while it didn't do that well in the 2003 setting, it might work for today's audience and television landscape.