5 Television Reboots That Gave Life To Our Favorite Classic Shows 

In a year filled with television reboots, we look back at the ones that did a successful job of capturing our fond memories. 

In 2017 alone there’s been talk about bringing back the Lion KingKarate Kid and Dirty Dancing— but there are also remakes happening on the small screen. In the video above, we explore classic television shows that were brought back and were received well.

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Reboots are dominating the television landscape. Fourteen new takes of old shows are set to debut in 2017. Here are five successful tv reboots that inspired executives to look back. [MUSIC] Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by Geico. Battlestar Galactica was just a SyFy convention curiosity before the 2004 reboot. The 21st century reimagining became a huge colt hit. Landing the show on TIME Magazine's 100 Best TV Shows of All Time. Doctor Who has been a touchdown in British culture since its debut in the 60s. The storyline encourages cast changes, so returning to the TARDIS was natural. The new iteration propelled the show to international phenomenon status. 90210, a reboot of popular teen soap opera Beverly Hills, 90210, followed a Midwestern family thrust into the high drama of the ritzy California zip code. The show ran for five seasons and featured appearances from old cast members, including Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, and Tori Spelling. Hawaii Five-0 was a classic 70s detective drama set against the backdrop of beautiful Hawaii. Starting in 2010, CBS updated the formula and made the new version a smash. Fuller House is one of the most successful Netflix reboots, and stars most of the original cast. The series is entering its third season despite premiering less than two years ago. With new versions of Dynasty, Will & Grace, Roseanne and more headed back to prime time, Hollywood execs are certainly feeling nostalgic. [MUSIC] Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by Geico.