90’s coming back on TV

90’s coming back on TV

Several different TV-companies are making sequels to once popular TV-shows.

Several different TV-companies are making sequels to once popular TV-shows.

Companies like NBC, ABC, FOX or Netfix are giving second life to long forgotten and once extremely popular TV-shows. Such shows of the 90’s like Coach, The Muppet Show, X-files or Full House can be reborn again, but companies are in a great risk if the watcher will accept these shows and if they are to be as popular or even more popular than their ancestors in the previous millennium.

For example, Netfix is going to reincarnate the popular ABC sitcom “Full House” under the new name “Fuller House”. Hearsays all over the internet make fans of the 90’s “Full house” to get anxious while waiting for the new version of their beloved show to appear onscreen.

Full House

Full House

Meanwhile NBC is so confident in the success of Craig Nelson’s “Coach” that it made an order last month for the first 13 episodes without even letting out the pilot episode first.

Fox is sees wide perspectives in the “X-files” and had already ordered 6 episodes of this show.

This will be a 13-year commercial break

– said Chris Carter, the creator of “X-files”.

The X-Files

The X-Files

Though these projects might be very complex, companies do not back down because the tension between rival TV-companies is stronger than ever. And the reincarnation of older shows may increase the rating of a particular TV-channel by implication of the nostalgic 90’s fans and the new viewers that will be watching the show for the first time.

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