A 'Full House' Reboot: 5 More Shows from the 90s We'd Like to See
A 'Full House' Reboot: 5 More Shows from the 90s We'd Like to See
Alan Danzis
Alan Danzis
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Perhaps it's the success of the Girl Meets World sequel to Boy Meets World, but there is now a Full House reboot in the works involving a lot of the original cast. If Full House does return to the airwaves, continuing the stories of the Tanner family, here are a five other beloved shows from the 90s that we hope producers, creators and stars are brainstorming new ideas for right now.

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Are You Afraid of the Dark?

If American Horror Story proved that a horror anthology series for adults can work, why can't we get the original one that was made for kids? Think of all the technology we have now that needs a horror/sci­fi spin like Snapchat, self­driving cars and Roombas. (Basically all of those could involve ghosts or ghouls.) 

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Sure, we have the comics that are technically covering stories that take place after the show, but wouldn't it be great if we got some new adventures with the Scooby Gang in physical form? Perhaps after two failed shows, Sarah Michelle Gellar would consider returning to the role that made her famous.

Clarissa Explains It All

Clarissa brought the fourth wall down crashing to give us tips for how to succeed in life as a teenager. Wouldn't we love to hear what she has to say as a mom? Would she, for instance, let a guy climb into her daughter's bedroom window, for instance? It would especially be a poignant show with how dedicated a mother Melissa Joan Hart is in real life. Plus, it would be great to see if Clarissa and Ferguson are still bickering or if perhaps they've found a way to get along as adults. (Nah.) 

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Hey, Dude!

Owning a dude ranch in the 90s was one thing ­­but in this economy, could Mr. Ernst and the gang make it work in present day? Let's be honest though, we also want this show just to see if the cast can help locate the "missing" Joe Torres since he was the only one who didn't seem at all interested in the recent 25th anniversary celebration.

Saved By the Bell

While a lot of the original cast has thriving careers on other television shows, we can dream, right? If for no other reason than to show the cast truly does get along, no matter what Dustin Diamond says, it would be great to see Zack, Slater and the rest of the gang all grown up with their own children. Going the cliche, obvious route, you could have Zack taking up for retiring Mr. Belding and having his "own Zack" to deal with.

Did we miss any of your favorites? Be sure to list them out in the comments. 

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