Revivals are becoming extremely popular, especially with a little help from Netflix, and we must admit, we aren’t too mad about it! We’ve got so much pent up nostalgia for the ’90s and early 2000s and the amazing shows we loved so dearly back then. It seemed like they all ended before we were ready. We’ve now seen a few successful revivals pop up from popular shows like Fuller House, X-Files and Gilmore Girls, and now we’re just waiting to find out which show they’ll pick out next! In order to hold us over until then, we’ve compiled a list of 10 television series that should get a revival — check it out:
Felicity was the classic teen drama with the biggest plot line being a love triangle between Felicity, Ben and Noel. In 2007 the show landed on Time magazine’s list of “100 Best TV Shows of All-Time” and Felicity herself has been deemed one of the best television characters of all time by Entertainment Weekly. When the series ended, Felicity was with Ben and Noel was married which is the way series creator, JJ Abrams, always intended it to be. However, the network gave the show five additional episodes after all was said and done, so the series didn’t exactly end on a high note, but rather a bunch of filler episodes — there was even one when Felicity traveled back in time…not okay. Regardless, we’d love to see what the three main characters are up to now and whether or not Felicity and Ben ever tied the knot and if Noel is still in her life.
Despite the fact that Roseanne was one of the most popular sitcoms during its time on air from 1988 to 1997, it had one of the worst season finales. It was such a shame because the working-class show was such a great success, it was awful to leave it on that note. In the season finale, the Conner family was shown enjoying their lottery winning, but then the audience realized it was just a dream and Dan was dead. We think Roseanne deserves another shot at ending things on the proper note, cause we miss the hilarious banter between all the characters, but this might just be wishful thinking considering producers made the mistake of killing Dan off in the season finale. Perhaps some time manipulation could fix that?
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