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2016 has definitely been the year of the remake. Not only did Full House make a huge return on Netflix, but the Gilmore Girls nearly broke the internet with news of their revival. Raven-Symone even shared big news this year about her departure from The View to work on a remake of That’s So Raven. In the spirit of nostalgia, check out these TV shows that we’d love to see revived, remade, or rebooted.

1. The Wire (2002-2008)

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The gritty series had such a loyal audience over the years that it gained more fans even after the show had wrapped. A revival of The Wire would give this generation of binge-watchers a new show and cast to obsess over.

2. Friends (1994-2004)

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To be honest, ever since Friends ended in 2004, we’ve all wanted to see Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Monica, Phoebe and Joey back on our TV screens again. A revival of the hit series may make it the most popular show on television once again.

3. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-1996)

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The hit ’90s show told the story of a street-smart teen from West Philadelphia whose mom sends him to live with his conservative relatives in Bel-Air, California. Imagine a 2017 remake of the show starring Jaden Smith with Will Smith as director/producer. Epic!

4. Moesha (1996-2001)

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The series focused on the life of a middle class African-American family through the eyes of a typical yet creative girl named Moesha. In this day and age when Black women are fighting to prove their worth in society, a Moesha remake would be good for the soul.

5. Dawson’s Creek (1998-2003)

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The show was part of a new wave of teen-themed movies and television shows in the late 1990s and catapulted most of its cast members to superstardom. A remake of the coming-of-age show following the children of Dawson, Joey and the rest of the cast would be great for a new generation of teens to experience.

6. Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1997-2003)

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Before the Twilight films sparked pandemonium around the world, Buffy was a badass young woman chosen by fate to battle vampires and other evil forces. Although “Angel” was a Buffy spin-off, seeing a woman fight evil in 2016 (no, not like Hilary Clinton) is just what this society needs.

7. Sex and the City (1998-2004)

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The HBO series changed the rules surrounding the conversation about sex and women on television. Fans miss the show so much, the creator made two feature films over a decade after the show wrapped. Although The Carrie Diaries was a cute spin-off, catching up with Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha in 2017 would be a blast.