2016 has definitely been the year of the remake. Not only did Full House make a huge return on Netflix, but the Gilmore Girls nearly broke the internet with news of their revival. Raven-Symone even shared big news this year about her departure from The View to work on a remake of That’s So Raven. In the spirit of nostalgia, check out these TV shows that we’d love to see revived, remade, or rebooted.

10 TV Shows That Need To Make A Comeback was originally published on globalgrind.com

1. The Wire (2002-2008)

The Wire (2002-2008)

The gritty series had such a loyal audience over the years that it gained more fans even after the show had wrapped. A revival of The Wire would give this generation of binge-watchers a new show and cast to obsess over.

2. Friends (1994-2004)

Friends (1994-2004)

To be honest, ever since Friends ended in 2004, we’ve all wanted to see Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Monica, Phoebe and Joey back on our TV screens again. A revival of the hit series may make it the most popular show on television once again.

3. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-1996)

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-1996)

The hit ’90s show told the story of a street-smart teen from West Philadelphia whose mom sends him to live with his conservative relatives in Bel-Air, California. Imagine a 2017 remake of the show starring Jaden Smith with Will Smith as director/producer. Epic!

4. Moesha (1996-2001)

Moesha (1996-2001)

The series focused on the life of a middle class African-American family through the eyes of a typical yet creative girl named Moesha. In this day and age when Black women are fighting to prove their worth in society, a Moesha remake would be good for the soul.

5. Martin (1992-1997)

The hit sitcom changed the game for Black comedy. A quick revival of the series, following the lives of Martin, Gina & friends and what they’re up to now, would be a great moment in TV history. It would also give fans closure after the death of cast member Tommy Ford.

6. Dawson’s Creek (1998-2003)

Dawson’s Creek (1998-2003)

The show was part of a new wave of teen-themed movies and television shows in the late 1990s and catapulted most of its cast members to superstardom. A remake of the coming-of-age show following the children of Dawson, Joey and the rest of the cast would be great for a new generation of teens to experience.

7. Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1997-2003)

Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1997-2003)

Before the Twilight films sparked pandemonium around the world, Buffy was a badass young woman chosen by fate to battle vampires and other evil forces. Although “Angel” was a Buffy spin-off, seeing a woman fight evil in 2016 (no, not like Hilary Clinton) is just what this society needs.

8. Taina (2001-2002)

Taina (2001-2002)

The short-lived show centered around a young Latina woman who aspired to be a singer/actress and attend the Manhattan High School of the Performing Arts. Representation is very important during these times. A series remake would make a huge impact on young women of color.

9. Sex and the City (1998-2004)

Sex and the City (1998-2004)

The HBO series changed the rules surrounding the conversation about sex and women on television. Fans miss the show so much, the creator made two feature films over a decade after the show wrapped. Although The Carrie Diaries was a cute spin-off, catching up with Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha in 2017 would be a blast.

10. ’90s Cartoons (1990-1999)

’90s Cartoons (1990-1999)

Every ’90s kid reminisces about the good ol’ cartoons where babies could talk and having a football head was considered attractive. Cartoons these days don’t have the same energy or story lines as the classics. Imagine a Hey Arnold revival where Arnold and the gang have access to cell phones and internet!

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