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8 Of Your Favorite '90s Childhood Shows Will Be Making A Comeback Soon

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We've recently been seeing revivals, reboots, remakes, and spinoffs of some of our favorite childhood shows.

In 2017, Hey! Arnold returned on Nickelodeon, a reboot of DuckTales premiered in August, and Riverdale, which is a series based on the characters of Archie Comics, aired on Netflix.

There are still some of our favorite childhood shows that deserve to make a comeback, and your countless prayers after those shows ended have finally been answered.

1. Animaniacs

Everyone's favorite '90s cartoon variety show was entertaining, educational, and downright hilarious. According to news sources, Warner Bros. is developing a reboot for Animaniacs. The details are still in its infancy, but it's rumored that the revival may end up on Netflix, like what happened to Fuller House.  

2. Rocko's Modern Life

Rocko, Heffer, and Filburt are blasting back to Earth after being plunged into outer space in 1996. The cartoon will be one-hour TV film, called Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, and will air on Nickelodeon in 2018. Watching this as a kid was entertaining and hilarious, but you probably missed many of the adult jokes, so I doubt this movie will disappoint.

3. Roseanne  

Everyone can agree that the final season of Roseanne was a little weird. It's been two decades since the last episode aired and we're still thinking about it to this day. Lucky for us, Roseanne is returning to ABC for a nine-episode revival in 2018.

The best part is that the entire cast will be back, including John Goodman. We're not sure how that's going to work, since he died in the final season, but I'm sure they'll come up with something believable. There will also be some new characters, so this revival will be exciting.

The new Roseanne is expected to premier at the end of March 2018.

You'll be jumping up and down to learn that these next five shows will be returning soon!

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