Even though we've had our share of shows come back from cancellation years after they were gone (examples: "Futurama" and "Due South"), it seems recently the fad to bring back long-gone shows has increased, with more "talks" happening to bring back others. We've had "The X-Files", "Roseanne", "Murphy Brown" and "Red Dwarf" come back (for example). And others are rumored to be on the way. What shows would you like to see come back? I'll accept SF&F in this thread, so two threads are not in order. Now, some ground rules: obviously we are talking about shows where some portion of the case is still alive; shows, for a random example, fifty years or older are no good. And the show should have a reason for coming back (unresolved story lines, cliffhangers, etc.); not just back to have more of the same (though more of the same for fillers episodes is fine). Feel free to explain your idea for how it would work. And no spin-off's where you take one character and expand upon that for a new show. Having said that, some picks for me: "Profit" (1996) Jim profit was willing to do more than simply step on a few toes to get ahead. Cancelled after not even ten episodes, I read online from the producers where they intended to take the character -- and it was quite ambitious for such a character. My idea: obviously time has passed and Jim is has advanced on from being the head of the company (obviously happening off screen) and has since entered politics. He has left his black-mailed assistant as the new head of the company to keep assets flowing and act in some capacity, but he still has his eyes on the prize... "Mysterious Ways" Also starring the same guy from above: Adrian Pasdar. Time has passed, Declan Dunn has grown weary and jaded from his hunt to find a real miracle, despite the things he has seen and become more of a recluse who has separated from his religious beliefs. Until Miranda shows up, having continued the hunt without him and having experienced her own personal miracle. I read online they wanted to make another season back then, but with the production costs being high and the move to Vancouver suggested, the cast wasn't interested, so there weren't a third season. I'll think of more later. Obviously my wants are not going to be everybody else's.