The television industry is experiencing some renaissance of sorts. The famous classic shows such as The X-Files and Full House are hitting the screens again. Surprisingly, this wave is also catching up with the games websites where programs like Deal or No Deal Lotto land are coming back. Apart from the above shows, multiple programs are also finding their way to the screens as explored below:
The Odd Couple
This show used to be on ABC television in the 1970s. Over 40 years later, the show is being repackaged and finding its way to the screens. Currently, the remake is starring Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon. In the series that Perry developed, he stars as Oscar Madison, who comes out strongly as a sportswriter and personality. Lenon, on the other hand, is an upright and neat-freak roommate.
This family series came to an end in 1995. It featured the life of Tanny Danner after the demise of his wife. Danner was left with three girls who he was supposed to raise up. He enlisted the support of his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis. Because of its popularity, Netflix has remade it, and it’s at 13-episode. The new series on Netflix stars Candace Cameron Bure, who plays the role of Tanner and Andrea Barber as D.J. Kimmy Gibler.
The show ran on Fox for nine seasons between 1993 and 2002. It also inspired the creation of two feature movies- Fight the Future, and I want to believe. The show is set for a revival as per its original creator, variety.
The show originally ran on ABC from 1989 to 1997. Currently, NBC has requested for a 13-episode series of it from a sitcom. The reboot, which comes after 18 years from the original version, stars, Craig T. Nelson. It’s a follow up of Hayden Fox who breaks out of his retirement to assist in coaching his mature son, who is a newly appointed coach at a Pennsylvania School. The new continuation show is set to be written by Barry Kemp.
Initially, this drama was aired by ABC in two seasons. The show is set to come back and will feature Kyle MacLachlan, who acts as FBI Agent, Dale Cooper. The series will be set in the present time and will be a continuation of the drama. The cast returning members who have confirmed participation include Richard Bayer, Sheryl Lee, Dana Ashbrook, and Catherine E. Coulson.
The Muppet Show
The show was broadcasted initially from 1976 to 1980 and got revived in 1996. ABC is organizing to revitalize 19 years later. At the moment, the network has requested for a pilot show together with its characters.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
The remake of this show is at the initial stages of development, having Will Smith as the project producer. Although details of the show are scanty, it will mainly focus on the present-day Fresh Prince at the same time retaining the original theme.
Popular television shows that used to be aired in the past are finding their way into new television screens. It’s a renaissance of sorts. This blog has explored some of the shows.