Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Enterprise is Great, Oct 18, 2018.
Waiting for LA Law ...
They were looking into bringing it back a couple years back, but Steve Bochco (The show's creator) died and so did the reboot.
ABC just ordered a pilot for a New York Undercover reboot. ABC is the new CBS.
Network TV is dead so the only thing they have left is reboots.
Should they reboot the new Picard show? Why just reboot old shows? Get in the game of rebooting future shows not made yet. Here we would have a reboot of a reboot before the reboot even got to be a reboot.
New York Undercover was in the same universe of Law & Order-- with this reboot, Dick Wolf has found a way to have the Law & Order U on all 4 major networks.
Have you ever watched Psych? One of the last episodes is a remake of one of the first episodes. The title...
[SIZE=6]Remake A.K.A. Cloudy... With a Chance of Improvement [/SIZE]
I have heard about the show. That sounds like a fun idea. IS the show any good? I do recall the premise of the show when it came out. A guy fakes being able to read minds to help the police. One of the guys is Due Hill I think his name was and he use to be on "West Wing." Also the other guy's dad was one of the main cops.
The show is probably the best hour long 'dramedy' that has ever been on TV, besides maybe Boston Legal. The characters all get along great, the jokes and plots are stupid and silly but fun. I suggest watching it, but maybe not binge watching it as it still is a 'murder of the week' show.
I mean it has to be a fun show if they are making fun of itself.
NYPD Blue Veterans Kim Delaney and Bill Brochtrup on Board for ABC Revival
NYPD Blue revival is dead
It's just as well. I'm not sure they could have done justice to the original. I'd be curious to see the pilot if it ever leaks out, though.
Killing Andy to start the revival showed how little they understood the show.
Better dead than what the Mission Impossible film series did to Jim Phelps.
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