1. Empty House (Based on Full House)
After watching Mel Gibson in 2011’s The Beaver, Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier) moves out of Danny Tanner’s house to a small cabin in Northern Idaho where he begins to believe that Mr. Woodchuck is coming to life. Uncle Joey and Mr. Woodchuck’s lives get turned upside down when Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin), who has been missing since 2001, arrives on his doorstep. Will this puppet and human relationship have space for another housemate?
2. Harvey, the Teenage Wizard (Based on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch)
After being rejected from Hogwarts, Harvey Kinkle, Jr. is tired of not living up to his expectations and, in his teenage angst, blames his father Harvey Kinkle (Nate Richert) for his short comings in the world of magic. His mother, Sabrina Spellman Kinkle (Melissa Joan Hart), implores Salem Saberhagen (Voice of Nick Bakay), to teach young Harvey the finer points of magic while he navigates the world of a regular Muggle high school. Salem agrees, hoping it will lessen his tenure at a cat.
3. Unfriends (Based on Friends)
Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) has relocated to San Francisco and has found a lucrative career as a Product Manager at Facebook when he gets a call from Ross (David Schwimmer) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), who want to come visit Chandler in the City By The Bay for a few days with their 3 kids. Little does Chandler know that his friends have just been foreclosed upon and are planning on staying a little longer than expected. Ross and Rachel eventually get back on their feet after opening a 90s-themed coffee shop named “Golden Gate Perk.”
4. 4th Rock from the Sun (Based on 3rd Rock from the Sun)
Tommy Solomon (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) has fully integrated to life on planet Earth, but even his family knows little about his origins. Tommy learns about the Mars One program and signs himself and his family up thinking it might be a nice vacation and that, once on Mars, he can finally reveal his true self to his family and the Earthlings, but now several years older, training to go back into space proves more challenging than he expected.
5. Quad Peaks (Based on Twin Peaks)
Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) has left the FBI and opened his very own cherry pie and coffee shop called ‘Pie Heaven’ when it gets a call from Gordon Cole (David Lynch). Agent Cole invites Agent Cooper back to the FBI so that he can lead the agency’s supernatural crimes division. When he heads back to the Bureau he finds out there is more to the Black Lodge than he ever knew.
6. Virginity and the Suburbs (Based on Sex and the City)
Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) is single again after divorcing her second husband, Harry Goldenblatt (Evan Handler). She’s left Manhattan for good and is living in a charming waterfront cottage in Cos Cob, CT, but with her extraordinarily awkward children entering their teenage years, Charlotte no longer has time for either The City or sex. This all changes when she discovers Tinder.
7. The Wunder Years (Based on The Wonder Years)
Ben Savage of Girl Meets World, convinces ABC Family to give his brother the chance to reboot his series The Wonder Years. Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar) and Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) are married and living in Germany. They raise their two children in the early 1990s as the Soviet Union is collapsing around them. The Wunder Years would grant viewers both nostalgia for television of the early 1990s as well as for the early 1990s themselves.
8. Urquelle Matters (Based on Family Matters)
Steve Urkel (Jaleel White), who legally changed his name to Stefan Urquelle, before marrying Laura Lee Winslow (Kellie Shanygne Williams) becomes increasingly worried as he sees his son develop into a much more Twitter savvy version of his former self. He wonders if he is lying to himself in his new identity and slowly falls back into his dual personality, leading to a riotous laugh track when he first utters his famous phrase, “Did I do that?”
9. Seinfeld (Based on Seinfeld)
Premiering in 2018, Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), George (Jason Alexander) and Kramer (Michael Richards) return to television twenty years after the series finale. The show is by-and-large the same as the original series except long-time Seinfeld fans will hate it before it even makes it to television and hate-watch it throughout it’s 5 season run.
10. The Fresh Princess of Bryn Mawr (Based on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)
Will Smith (Will Smith) is worried that his daughter, Willow (Willow Smith), isn’t going to enjoy her childhood in Southern California and sends her to live with his cousin, Carlton Banks (Alfonso Ribeiro), who is working as a college professor in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, just west of Philadelphia. At first, Willow finds it hard to adjust to her new life in the east, but soon learns to appreciate Uncle C and his family.
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