It’s great that these movies are getting remakes and being pumped up for future releases but what about TV shows? There are so many great TV Shows that are remakes or getting remade that it’s impossible to skip out on listing any of them.
Here are 3 TV Shows that have been made, going to be remade or was going to be remade.
The series follows the life of three sisters who are called The Charmed Ones. These are basically witches who are incredibly powerful, good and have a prophecy to fulfil (which is to protect the innocent from the evil-basically every single good versus bad show out there). Through mastering their magical powers, they have to balance out their normal lives without magic being exposed. This leads to some terrible consequences and so the girls must find ways to fix their problems.
Although the series stopped airing just under 9 years ago, it was announced in the later part of 2013 that there was going to be a Charmed reboot. However, following this, there wasn’t much positive feedback from the original cast as well as commitment to actual filming. Ultimately, it was announced in August of 2014 that the reboot was not going ahead.
The show that could’ve been but never was.
British TV Shows in General
The series basically follows the life the Gallagher family, where Frank is the single father of six children and is usually drunk most of the time. Although known for it’s crudeness (in both the US and UK versions), it depicts children coming-of-age, questioning their sexuality as well as finding themselves along the way.
The Office shows the every day-to-day lives of the employees at the work place, many times break the fourth-wall as they acknowledge the camera.
However it was announced that, after 20 years since the last episode aired, there was going to be a reboot. It was announced in 2012, and nothing much has been heard of since then, with people like Nigel Lythgoe backing and working on the project. However, there hasn’t been much news on this series coming back to life since the announcement was made, so don’t keep your hopes up.
- Jess Brown
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