80’s and 90’s TV Shows Making A Comeback

Everyone's favorite family and group of friends make a comeback in the future leaving viewers anxious.


Clay Vesser

The Freinds cast get together for a reunion.

The 1994 hit TV series “FRIENDS” quickly became one of the most popular sitcoms on television. Reported by Vanity Fair, Sunday, Feb. 21 is the set date for a Friends special to air on NBC honoring producer, James Burrow.

Although this event is called a reunion, only five out of the six original group of “FRIENDS” will be attending. Matthew Perry will be attending via taped greeting. Cast members from the TV shows “Cheers,” “Frasier,” “Taxi” and “Will & Grace” will also be on hand to honor Burrows.

No matter what length, this long awaited reunion will be a sigh of relief and a heart touching special.

Another unforgettable 80’s series will be making a comeback this year. John Stamos, better known as “Uncle Jesse”, made the announcement on Jimmy Kimmel Live, that “Full House”  is officially coming back with a 13 episode sequel that will leave fans thrilled with the outcome.

The new series will focus on the character DJ and the rest of the “Full House” family in their lives as they are now grown up. The “Full House” reunion would not be possible without the continued support from fans of every age.

Stamos said on Jimmy Kimmel Live, “We’ve been literally trying for so many years to do it right, and I think we’ve finally got it perfect.”

These reunions are no longer just rumors. America’s once most popular TV sitcoms are making a comeback and are better than ever.