Bryan Hoelzer & Kathryn Hoelzer Team Hoelzer
Bryan Hoelzer & Kathryn Hoelzer Team Hoelzer





Let’s face it: The Hollywood reboot craze is here to stay. There's Frasier and Sex and the City and Perry Masonthe revivals are impossible to escape. And honestly, who would want to? Whether a reboot turns out to be good or bad, it's always an opportunity to indulge in some much-needed nostalgia. With that in mind, here are eight '90s shows that deserve a reboot. Which would you add to the list?

1. Dawson’s Creek (1998-2003)

Teen soap opera Dawson’s Creek introduced actors Michelle WilliamsJoshua JacksonKatie Holmes and James Van Der Beek to the world. From its classic theme song to the unnaturally verbose dialogue, The Creek endeared itself to an entire generation of Millennials—and we think they could do it again! Imagine a reboot featuring the children of the original characters: Joey and Pacey’s now-teenage child, Jen’s daughter from the finale and maybe Dawson’s kid who is visiting Capeside for the summer? Plus, a new series would be the perfect way for us to get a sneak peek into what our favorite O.G. characters are up to now (well, except for Jen who was killed off in the final episode in a much-despised storyline).

2. My So-Called Life (1994)

There were just 19 episodes of this beloved high-school drama, which introduced the world to Claire DanesJared Leto and the power of a guy leaning against a locker. Imagine a reboot where get to see what happened between Angela and Jordan? Two requests: The show should still be set in the '90s and it has to come from the mind of the original creator, Winnie Holzman