80s

First Look At The New 'Terminator' Sequel Shows Sarah Connor Is Back And Ready To Fight

The Terminator movies were some of the most influential action movies of our time. They made us think twice about having AI robots, and honestly, they freaked a lot of us out completely when we were young. Should we have been watching Terminator as kids? Probably not. Did that stop us? Nope! Instead we all just developed what I'll call a 'healthy concern' for super-mega corporations that we think could be turning into the next Skynet. Sarah Connor became our hero. The way she transformed from damsel to badass lady really stood out as something different, and even though her

80s

'Alf' Is Getting A Reboot, So You'd Better Keep An Eye On Your Cats

When you look back on the 80s, one of the most beloved shows that people still reminisce about is definitely a weird one. ALF was released in 1986, and starred an extraterrestrial named ALF. It was an acronym for "Alien Life Form,"  and somehow this weird little creature ended up living in a suburban home with a family. Even though I watched most of this series, I don't know that I could explain the reasoning behind any of this, but the fact of the matter was puppets were pretty popular and it managed to become a huge hit. The

90s

Kelsey Grammer Is Trying To Reboot 'Fraiser' But Fans Are Not Happy

When you think of the biggest sitcoms of the 90s, you probably have a few that pop into your mind. Friends, Will & Grace, Roseanne, Seinfeld, and of course Fraiser were basically required viewing in the 90s, and now yet another one of those may come back. Fraiser was a spin-off of Cheers, and while many other spin-offs fail miserably, this one managed to run for 11 seasons. Following the psychiatrist's family life in Seattle was always a good time, and now Kelsey Grammer is looking to bring it back. Grammer played Fraiser Crane for over 20 years between his run

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A 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' Reboot Is Officially In The Works

Well, we knew it would happen one day, but now it's getting a lot closer. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is the next one stepping up to the reboot plate, hoping to cash in on the fad. It has been rumored for a while now, but they seem to be moving forward with their decision to bring back the vampire hunter but in a completely different way. Fox first revealed they were discussing a potential reboot a few months ago. Fox chairman and CEO Gary Newman said "[Buffy] is probably our most ripe show for a remake. It's something we talk

90s

'Rugrats' Is Coming Back With A New TV Show, But It's The Movie That's Got Us Worried

Well, it was only a matter of time before one of the best shows was added to the reboot explosion. Get ready for Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, and the rest of the Rugrats gang, because they are coming back in a big way.Rugrats first aired in 1991, and ever since we've all loved those goofy, little babies. Is it weird that Tommy kept a screwdriver in his diaper? Yes, of course it is, but how else is he going to escape? It's not like Angelica was going to help him out! The Nickelodeon classic is not just coming back to

Movies

A New 'Charlie's Angels' Reboot Is Officially Happening

Decades ago, we all fell in love with three women who were all so tough and cool. They all worked for this super mysterious rich man named Charlie, and together they helped solve crimes and help people out. Charlie's Angels originally came out in 1976 as a TV show, making stars out of Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith, and of course, Farrah Fawcett. They were just so cool, and while some people liked to say that it was just fluff, a lot of us genuinely loved it. ABCThe show lasted for five seasons, and inspired a few spin-offs. The movies were

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A 'Child's Play' Reboot Is Coming From The Producers of 'It'

Because it's 2018 and every single movie needs to be remade, the studio responsible for everyone's favorite evil doll is planning to bring him back. Child's Play came out 30 years ago, and while you may not have expected a movie about an evil doll to become one of the most iconic franchises in the country, it's exactly what it did. Chucky became one of the most notorious villains in the horror world, and managed to gain a huge cult following. Six sequels came out, as did a bunch of merchandise to go along with it. MGMThe movies have been

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The 'Double Dare' Reboot Has Arrived, And It's Everything We Wanted It To Be

We've all been waiting around semi-patiently since the Double Dare reboot was announced in April. We knew that the show would come out eventually, but we couldn't help but be excited. It's one of those shows that even if it was rebooted, there's really very few ways they could ruin it. Well... That's not true but we had our hopes.  When they announced the new host in May, we were at first a little concerned that Marc Summers wasn't going to be there. But we realized very quickly they were going to team up, letting the new host take

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'Daria' Is Coming Back To MTV With A New Show But I Bet She'd Hate It

She was the star of one of the hit cartoons of the 90s, but if she knew that, she'd probably be really unhappy about it. The cynical teen Daria, was actually a character in Beavis and Butt-Head, but people liked the character so much that she got her own show. It lasted for five seasons on MTV, and while she never really expressed much excitement in her facial expressions, those of us who were maybe feeling a little apathetic ourselves really loved her. MTVHowever, because the year is now 2018 and TV networks have completely run out of ideas, they

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Fran Drescher Hints At A Revival Of 'The Nanny'

Yep, you read that right. It's not official or anything, but Fran Drescher herself has given us a little glimmer of hope that the iconic show The Nanny may be coming back in one way or another. This year is the 25th anniversary of the premiere, and while it doesn't feel like it has been that long, the fact is people are still in love with that show. The sitcom ran from 1993 to 1999 and was created and produced by Drescher and her ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson. It followed Fran Fine as she moved from Flushing, Queens to a