15 TV Reboots You’ll Love to Binge-Watch

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Reboots are all the rage these days, bringing our favorite shows back to life with a modern twist. It doesn’t matter if it’s classic dramas getting a new look or old-school comedies finding new meaning, these 15 TV reboots are perfect for your next binge-watching session. Explore our list and get ready to fall in love all over again with these revamped gems.

Fuller House

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Fuller House (2016-2020) reunites the Tanner clan for another round of family shenanigans. This time, D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy are running the show at the iconic San Francisco house. Picking up 21 years after Full House ended, it’s got all the cheesy one-liners and group hugs you remember, just with smartphones and social media in the mix. The show ran for five seasons, serving up nostalgia and new adventures in equal measure.

Battlestar Galactica

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This reboot took the cheesy 70s show and turned it into a gritty, thought-provoking space drama. It follows the last survivors of humanity as they flee the Cylons, robots they created that turned against them. In addition, the show tackles heavy themes like war, religion, and what it means to be human.

Doctor Who

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This long-running British sci-fi series originally aired from 1963 to 1989 and got a spectacular revival in 2005. The reboot kept the core concept of a time-traveling alien called The Doctor who can change appearance. But it amplified the production values and emotional storytelling and gave us a whole new cast of Doctors.

The Twilight Zone


This reboot of Rod Serling’s groundbreaking anthology series, which originally ran from 1959 to 1964, is hosted by Jordan Peele. Like the original, each episode tells a standalone story with a twist, often delving into sci-fi, horror, or fantasy. But this reboot updates the concept for the 21st century, tackling modern issues like racism, immigration, alien invasions, and supernatural occurrences. 

Hawaii Five – 0

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The Hawaii Five-0 reboot, which aired from 2010 to 2020, follows a special state police task force in Hawaii led by former Navy SEAL Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) and his partner Danny “Danno” Williams (Scott Caan). They tackle serious crimes such as terrorism and organized crime, all while navigating personal challenges. Developed by Peter M. Lenkov, it successfully modernized the classic 1968 series for a new audience.

Queer Eye

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“Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” (2003) became an instant hit with its heartwarming makeovers and the infectious energy of the Fab Five. In 2018, “Queer Eye” was reborn on Netflix with a fresh cast and a renewed mission: to bring acceptance, self-love, and joy to everyone, regardless of gender or orientation.

The Comeback

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Lisa Kudrow’s “The Comeback” originally aired in 2005, offering a satirical glimpse into the life of faded sitcom star Valerie Cherish. Though it was ahead of its time, the show found a cult following and returned for a second season in 2014. The reboot continued to chronicle Valerie’s desperate attempts to reclaim fame, blending cringe-worthy humor with poignant moments of self-discovery.


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“Frasier” was a cornerstone of ’90s television that followed the sophisticated yet comedic misadventures of Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) as he navigated life in Seattle. The reboot, which premiered in 2023, brings Frasier back to his original stomping grounds in Boston, offering a nostalgic return to where it all began. Through the new series, Frasier retraces his life, reconnecting with old friends and family members while establishing new connections.


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Known for its hilariously challenging obstacle courses and enthusiastic contestants, it originally aired in 2008 and quickly became a fan favorite. The 2021 reboot brought back the show’s signature over-the-top obstacles but with a few modern twists. Hosted by John Cena and Nicole Byer, the new “Wipeout” features even more outrageous and physically demanding courses, ensuring that contestants face hilarious wipeouts at every turn.

And Just Like That…

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The highly anticipated sequel to “Sex and the City,” “And Just Like That…” debuted in 2021, reuniting fans with Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes, and Charlotte York. Set in modern-day New York City, the series explores the next chapter of these iconic characters’ lives as they navigate the complexities of friendship, love, and careers in their 50s.


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When “iCarly” premiered from 2007 to 2012, it became a cultural phenomenon, following Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) and her friends as they produced a quirky web show. The 2021 reboot picks up nearly a decade later, with Carly (in Seattle) now in her twenties, experiencing adulthood and the evolving digital landscape.

Beavis and Butt-Head


“Beavis and Butt-Head,” the iconic animated series, was popular for its satirical take on teenage life and pop culture. The 2022 reboot brings back the dim-witted duo, still glued to their couch and making snarky comments about music videos and modern media. This time, Beavis and Butt-Head find themselves hilariously out of place in today’s world, dealing with smartphones, social media, and contemporary societal norms.

Raven’s Home

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The sequel to the beloved Disney Channel series “That’s So Raven” premiered in 2017 and has continued to charm audiences. The show follows Raven Baxter (Raven-Symoné) as a single mother raising her twin children, Booker (Issac Ryan Brown) and Nia (Navia Robinson), alongside her best friend Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) and her son Levi (Jason Maybaum). Booker inherits Raven’s psychic abilities, leading to comedic and heartfelt moments.

The Conners

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A reboot of the iconic sitcom “Roseanne,” “The Conners” focuses on the beloved Conner family dealing with life’s ups and downs in Lanford. Featuring humor and heartfelt moments, the series follows Dan, Jackie, and the rest of the family as they try to meet their basic needs while grappling with financial issues.

One Day at a Time

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Based on the 1975 series of the same name, “One Day at a Time” is a re-imagined American sitcom that centers on a Cuban-American family residing in Echo Park, Los Angeles. The show follows a single mother and Army veteran dealing with PTSD, along with her children and a spirited Cuban mother. The series debuted on Netflix on January 6, 2017, and explores mental illness, immigration, sexism, homophobia, among other topics.


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