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Show Revivals

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by RainbowRoad, Dec 5, 2017.

  1. RainbowRoad

    RainbowRoad Member

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    Recently I heard that they're bringing the show Roseanne back for a revival. I know it's become a trend to do final seasons of other shows long after they were "over" or even trying to bring the series back for several seasons. Like Twin Peaks, X-Files, Gilmore Girls, and even Prison Break. What are your opinions about shows getting revived?
     
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    I love comebacks but in one way or the other, this always signifies that a particular series will be on the verge of ending after taking a break. I woulnd't mind a comeback of Keifer Sutherland on '24.'
     
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    I really hope Roseanne does not come back. I didn't like the show, didn't watch the show and was glad when it ended. The X-Files is another story though. I watched that all the time but haven't hooked up with the new one yet. Some of the old episodes were pretty dark.
     
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    I like come back shows and I can't wait to see what they are going to do with Rosanne. Rosanne was one of those funny shows that a lot of us could relate to. If done right, come back shows can be just as good as the originals.
     

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