Is there a television show from the past that you would like to see brought back

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  1. Marisaupa profile image62
    Marisaupaposted 6 years ago

    Is there a television show from the past that you would like to see brought back to production?

    TNT resurrected "Dallas" and according to the ratings it seems that many were eager to see how the Ewings are doing in the 21st century.  Is there a show that you would likewise enjoy being updated on?


    Was Malcolm able to finish working his way through Harvard?


    Did Lucy and Ricky get divorced just as Lucy and Desi did?


    Did the Duke boys get killed or horribly maimed in an automobile accident?


    Was Chuck Cunningham actually abducted by aliens and his entire family brain washed to forget his existence?



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  2. morningglory24 profile image60
    morningglory24posted 6 years ago

    Sanford and Son... but you can't bring back Red Fox. yikes( Classic!

  3. Mommiegee profile image76
    Mommiegeeposted 6 years ago

    Oh, where to begin!  Since I love to laugh I would say Martin, or Saved by the Bell, or Full House.  Don't get me to going. I may never stop!

  4. pagesvoice profile image84
    pagesvoiceposted 6 years ago

    I was just mentioning a few days ago how I would love to see a new version of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. By far, this was one of the funniest shows on TV. Sock it to me, the dirty old man, the poet Henry Gibson, and everyone popping out of windows with little snippets of humor, were all classic and unique. It was a great hour of entertainment.

    1. Marisaupa profile image62
      Marisaupaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I love Laugh-In.  One of the first shows to use fast cuts in its editing and to not shy away from touching upon sensitive social issues of the day.

    2. pagesvoice profile image84
      pagesvoiceposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      What a cast of super stars this show had with Gibson, Worley, Hawn, Tomlin, and so many more talented cast members. It was always a funny show and the viewer never knew what would happen next.

  5. Lauryallan profile image81
    Lauryallanposted 6 years ago

    I would love them to make a modern version of Profit, which originally starred Adrian Pasdar and was so far ahead of it's time. I was quite young when that show first aired but it had me mesmerized and I was always left wondering what Profit was going to do to get the next person out of the way on his path to the top.

 
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