7 Shows To Bring Back Like “Arrested Development”Heather Spohr
This past weekend the impossible happened – a new season of Arrested Development debuted more than seven years after it originally went off the air. If this show could be brought back from the dead, who’s to say some other favorites couldn’t also be resurrected?
Here are the seven shows I’d most like to see again:
Friends 1 of 7I've watched every episode of my favorite all-time sitcom countless times, and I'll see them countless times more. A new season, though, would be a dream come true! Plus, it'd give us a chance to see what happened to the Friends' kids. Hard to believe, but Ben would be in college!
Friends via Amazon.com
Gilmore Girls 2 of 7As much as my husband would hate for this show to come back, I would love it! I could give a long explanation why, but the biggest reason is simply that I miss Lorelai and Rory.
Gilmore Girls via Amazon
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air 3 of 7
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 4 of 7The finale saw the town of Sunnydale collapse into Hellmouth, and Buffy and all of the new slayers barely escape with their lives. What happened from there? I've got questions, and a new season could answer them.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer via Amazon.com
The Office 5 of 7The last few seasons may have been hit and miss, but the finale was so good I'd love to bring the gang from Dundler-Mifflin back for one more year.
The Office via Amazon.com
Freaks and Geeks 6 of 7Before Judd Apatow directed big screen comedy hits like Knocked Up, he created this high school dramedy set in 1980 starring a barely out of his teens James Franco. The show went off the air in 2000 - if a new season picked up thirteen years later, the titular freaks and geeks would be adults in the early Nineties. I want to know what happened to them!
Freaks and Geeks via Amazon.com
Lost 7 of 7A new season would give them a chance to answer all of the questions they avoided answering the first time around!
Lost via Amazon.com
What shows would you bring back if you could?