We are still shocked with the big announcement: Sabrina the Teenage Witch will be back soon. And that's awesome for all of us who grew in the nineties. But we don't settle. We need more. There are a lot of other shows that we love and since we are fans of nostalgia and remembering the good old times when we were carefree creatures with no problems at all, we gathered them here. If you are a big producer, consider this. We loved this shows back then and we would love to see them again, even being adults now. And if you are not a producer don't worry. I'm not either, just relax and enjoy this list of the shows that need another chance.
This show was everything back in the nineties, and the funny thing about it is that the main character… is invisible! We need him back to help us solve cases and be better people.
Melissa Joan Hart was like a sister for those born in the late eighties. We miss Clarissa, we miss Ferguson, and we miss the guitar sound everytime Sam used to appear out the window.
Maybe not in a live action movie because it would be kinda creepy, but we definitely want The Rugrats back. But not the grown-ups, we don't care about them. Bring the babies back!
JAY AND ELISHA
We want Popular Mechanics for Kids back. But the problem is that we actually want Jay and Elisha back, and unfortunately, we were not the only ones that grew old.
I don't if I care too much about Dexter, but I would love to have Dee Dee back. Everyone with a sibling could relate to this show, and it was incredibly funny.
Pepper Ann was as cool as a girl in the nineties could be and that's why we love her so much. Let's sign a petition to bring her and her friends back!
Angela Anaconda didn't last too much because it was a little bad, but it was still part of our growing up and we would love to see her back in the tracks!
I have to be honest, I was too big to watch this show, but I couldn't help it. And what was really amazing about this show is that Alicia Silverstone and Michael Cera did the voices.
Pippi Longstocking was a show that had everything we nineties kids used to love: Inhumanly strong redhead girls, orphans living alone in huge mansions, mischiefs, fast cleaning, friends and animals.
Babar was like The Crown but for toddlers. And since we are fans of everything related to monarchy this days, Why don't we bring back this Royal Family of Elephants?
Doug Funnie was the nicest kid in town. He represented family, friendship, love and… well, Friendzone. We would love to know if his love for Patty Mayonaise was ever corresponded.
Rocko's Modern Life was one of those shows that kept you thinking "What the f…?" all the time. And that's good! I need to binge watch a whole new season of it.
THE COW AND THE CHICKEN
A cow and a chicken are adopted by two parents that have no upper body and that are persecuted by a kinky devil. How can that be bad? You are missing a hit, producers!
The comeback of Johnny Bravo would be quite polemic, because he used to behave the way that no one should behave. We need a new version of this show with him treating women rightly.
PINKY AND THE BRAIN
Have you ever stopped to think that Pinky and the Brain was a show about two lab rats that only wanted to be free? How sad is that? I only want this show back if they are finally living in the sewers.
THE ANGRY BEAVERS
You need to be a genius or an idiot to think "Let's make a show about two beavers that kinda hate each other and live in a dam". But someone did think that, and we loved it.
THE KRATT BROTHERS AND ZOBOOMAFOO
I'm shocked. I just read two things that left me speechless. First: Jovian, the lemur that used to "play" Zoboomafoo died in 2014. And the other one: IT WAS A REAL ANIMAL.
STACY, BRADLEY AND THE GANG
Oh my god, remember Stickin Around? It was DOPE. It looked like something made by a lazy kid and maybe that's why it was so funny. I need new episodes.
Imagine being jailed with your worst enemy forever. Imagine BEING JAILED FOREVER. Probably that's what CatDog thought everyday when… He? She? They? woke up. I'm sorry, but it was a funny and ridiculous show.
I don't need (and I don't want) to google if Wishbone is alive or not. And I don't know if the show would be the same without the same dog, but we can try.
Everyone wanted to be Eliza Thornberry. She lived in a truck in the jungle. But I know we would probably act more like his sister than Eliza herself. Living in a jungle must stink, there is no internet there.
GULLAH GULLAH ISLAND
I wanted to live in Gullah Gullah Island. Who am I kidding? I still want to. Is a safe island with no financial problems, a cool family and a giant frog. Kinda Australia.
TIA AND TAMERA
Whenever I watched Sister Sister I felt grown up. They weren't that old (I mean, they are 39 now) but there was something about them that just felt mature and grown up.
PETE AND PETE
Talking about feeling grown up, this show did the trick. They were around my age (at least one of the Petes was) but they behaved so wildly that I want to be just like them.
Hey Arnold is one of those shows that is always about to come back but it never does. We deserve a new dose of Helga's psychopathy and Harold's horror stories.
MS. FRIZZLE AND THE KIDS
When I discovered that the voice of Ms. Frizzle was dubbed by Lily Tomlin everything made sense. She is one of the funniest persons on earth, and I want her to be my teacher too!
Let's talk about this show that kept me awake all evening because of the absolute fear that I felt every second of it. Are You Afraid of The Dark wouldn't be the same now, but we can try one more time.
The Sinclairs were a regular family of five that lived just like us, with one small detail: They were dinosaurs. How cool is that? It's a show that aged well, they don't look old fashioned.
KENAN AND KEL
I'm starting to think that the shows that made me feel grown up were the ones that weren't cartoons, and that makes so much sense. I need to know how Kenan and Kel are doing these days.
KIRK AND OLMEC
Legends of the Hidden Temple was the best game show ever made. We all wanted to be part of some of the teams (The Blue Barracudas were my personal favorites).
Courage was a dog named Courage but that was a complete coward. Is there any better idea than that? The show was funny and scary and we need it back.
In a time when superstition and sword ruled, they were the absolute best. They were smart, mature and every episode had a good message for us. We are the Gargoyles!
Hosted by Henry and June, Kablam was sorta a Saturday Night Live for kids. I used to love all the segments, but my favorite was Prometheus and Bob, about an alien that spent his days teaching a primitive man.
Digimon was suspiciously similar to Pokémon, but we loved them both equally. This one was like Pokémon meets Black Mirror. I think it is still running, but we want the old episodes back.
The problem with having Beakman's World back is that we already have a guy that teaches us everything we need to know about science and the world: It's called The Internet.
A group of girls are told by a talking black cat that they can transform themselves into soldiers that are destined to fight the evil. That is exactly everyone's dream.
Three students that were ugly, disgusting, stupid, scary and friendly, exactly like all of us. Who says that a monster can't go to school, fall in love and have friends? They can and they will.
CADILLACS AND DINOSAURS
The guy who thought out this show was probably having a few addiction problems, because no one in his right mind would have come out with this. But of course he succeeded: We loved every second of it.
ED, EDD AND EDDY
Ed, Edd and Eddy was some kind of un-aspirational show. No one wanted to be them, no one wanted to have their lives. They were stupid and kinda nasty, and we still love them.
While Are You Afraid of the Dark was a genuine scary show, Goosebumps was like a cheesier, cheaper, stupider version. Some episodes were so bad it hurts, but we still couldn't help watching them.
They were just like all of us. A group of goofy pre-teenagers living in an awkward, unfair and sometimes horrible world called school. Maybe that's why we loved them so much.
Technically Spider-Man has been made again. Too many times, if you ask me. But none of those reboots have the spirit of the nineties cartoon. We want THAT spirit back.
BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY
Bill Nye taught us that science can be fun. A lot of people tried to do that (including our science teacher) buy Bill was the only one that could. And we want that science love back.
BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES
Yes, I know what you are thinking. We've had Batmans before, after and during the animated series. But it is not the same and you know it. It had a special vibe.
I think I read somewhere that Steven Spielberg is trying to bring The Animaniacs back, but I will trust him when I see the show somewhere. Till then, we will just hope.
Seriously, Why were the 90's showrunners so obsessed with redheaded girls? There were at least ten shows with a ginger protagonist. I need an explanation. Meanwhile, we want As Told by Ginger back.
Maybe we were too old to watch this show, but I know you used to watch it secretly, screaming at the TV and playing. I knew it, you immature idiot. (I used to do that too)
Do we really need new episodes of Zoey 101? Do we need air to live? Of course we need! The show ended up abruptly with an unexpected pregnancy, and we need to know what happens next!
Another redheaded fierce girl. Amy Adams was probably too old when this great show was aired but she would definitely be fan number one, since Kim was exactly like her.
THAT’S SO RAVEN
With a weird taste for clothes and a humor that no everyone could understand, I think we didn't want to be like Raven, but we wouldn't complain if we were her.