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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by Drucifer, Oct 1, 2011.
Eerie, Indiana is a show idea someone in the industry should consider to bring back.
Think maybe it'd do better than getting only 19 episodes before the ax falls like it did last time?
LOVED that show, although I was a kid at the time so I wouldn't be surprised if it didn't hold up if I watched it today.
I figure with Eureka saying bye-bye another town, oriented around being weird, show will be needed.
Something besides vampires and werewolves gated community.
Would be interesting, I'd also like them to do something with American Gothic, but not have the network mess it up this time.
Another series I loved and the kid from Gothic (Lucas Black) is getting rather popular as of late, I have seen him in quite a few things. I'll throw Picket Fences in there as well, had a huge boyhood crush on Holly Marie Combs.
Allow me to point you towards the little seaside town of Haven...
I remember that show. I was a kid so I'd probably have a different view if it was aired today. But then again. Shows WERE better then than now in some ways anyway.
Love Haven. It has me totally hooked!!
I saw it as an adult. It might hold up. The gimmick was the bizarre stories against a quaint background, and that device has worked for centuries of story telling, going back to the Canterbury Tales.
I, too, would love to see it again.
Anybody remember the shows that first launched on the FOX network (way back in '86) like New Adventures of Beans Baxter, 21 Jump Street, etc?
Interestingly, 21 Jump Street the Movie comes out next year, with a Depp cameo.
Technically, the first show on Fox was Joan Rivers' late-night talk show.
Looking back at their lineups, I think the first show I started watching regularly on Fox was "It's Garry Shandling's Show" -- although we got Showtime, I'd never watched it on that channel.
I remember Herman's Head.
That was one heck of a weird show, especially for the mid-80s.
It is available via Netflix Streaming.
Loved that show!