TV

'Double Dare' Is Coming Back To TV And Honestly We Can't Wait

Guess what 90s kids, your very favorite game show is coming back to TV. That's right ladies and gents, put on your splash pants, helmets and knee guards because Double Dare is coming back on TV. The show originally started in 1986 and ran until 1993, but people have never stopped talking about it. It took over Nickelodeon and the 90s in general, because every last one of us wanted nothing more than to have a chance to play ourselves. NickelodeonThe games were iconic and the slime was legendary, and we all wished we could be a part of it.

90s

'A League Of Their Own' Is Coming To TV And We're Hoping It's A Home Run

We all learned that there was "no crying in baseball," but apparently there is a lot of laughter, because A League of Their Own is coming back, but this time as a half-hour sitcom! The classic 90s movie about the baseball league that was created during the second World War stole audience's hearts, and they are hoping that there are still a few home run stories to tell with a new show. It's kind of a reboot, so I get it if you're hesitant, but even if you don't like the new show, there's always the original movie to go

90s

'Murphy Brown' Revival Reveals Who They've Cast As Her Son But We're Still A Little Nervous

It was just a couple of months ago that we all got both excited and a little nervous for the Murphy Brown reboot. Sure, we loved the show when it originally aired, but as a rule, reboots are never as good as we want them to be. The show was unlike any others of its time. First of all, the lead character was a woman. Second of all, she was a woman with a controversial history. The recovering alcoholic was a career-focused woman, but she also made huge breakthroughs for women on television. She was a single mother, one who

90s

Steve From 'Blue's Clues' Wants The Thinking Chair Back, And He's Willing To Fight For It

Hosting a kid's show is probably pretty fun, but I assume it gets a little bit tedious. I mean, even Sherry Lewis must have gotten annoyed by "The Song That Never Ends" after a while. It's a lot of repetition, and reviewing a lot of really basic skills, but I guess seeing the smiles on all those kids faces makes it all worth it. Blue's Clues was one of the biggest kids shows around, and millions of kids would sing along with the "Mail Time" song multiple times a day (much to their parent's annoyance). The host of the show

90s

Fox Really Wants A 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' Reboot, And Honestly We'd Rather Get Staked

Bad news everyone, the reboot train is still chugging along, picking up unwilling and unwanted passengers along the way. At first the reboots were cute. It was nice to have those little reminders of our past. Sure, tell me what happened to the Tanner sisters, I'll admit I was curious. Or remake my favorite Disney movies with real humans instead of cartoons, because I can very easily ignore those and just watch my old VHS versions a hundred times. I know I shouldn't be too precious with the past, because a lot of things we grew up watching were remakes

90s

The New 'Roseanne' Opening Has Been Released And We're Having Serious Flashbacks

Over the last few months we've been waiting for the Roseanne revival, and now that we're getting down to the wire, we've started to see even more of the new season of the classic show. When the show ended, everyone was a little bit confused and sad. Dan was gone, and we were all pretty upset that we wouldn't be spending some time with the Conner family anymore. They were one of the great TV families and for some reason their dysfunction made our crazy lives feel normal. It was one of those shows that you could curl up on

90s

90210 Alumi Join Forces To Bring Us Back To West Beverly Hills High School, Well, Sort Of

We all remember watching the original 90210 right? Kelly, Donna and Brenda were the cool kids we were jealous of, and Dylan and Brandon were the loves of our lives. The teens were iconic in the 90s. Everyone wanted to be like them, although none of us actually wanted their drama, but it was always fun to watch. Beverly Hills, 90210 ran from October, 1990 to May, 2000. It was definitely one of the most dramatic shows we watched as young adults. They dealt with everything from teen pregnancy to eating disorders and everything in between. Kelly Taylor was a

TV

'Blue's Clues' Is Coming Back, But You May Not Like The New Look

We all remember watching Blue's Clues right? Sure, a lot of us were older, but personally I remember the kids I used to babysit being obsessed with it. "There's a clue!" the children would scream at the top of their lungs, and I would cringe, because I knew that Steve wasn't going to hear them. They would only scream louder, but he would pretend like he couldn't see the big blue paw print in the middle of his cartoon house. This would go on for many, many minutes. Steve took care of Blue, while solving the mysteries that she would

Movies

'Mary Poppins Returns' Has Finally Released A Trailer And My 10-Year-Old Self Can't Stop Screaming

Growing up, Mary Poppins was one my all time favorite films. The Disney classic saw Julie Andrews play the titular role of the magical nanny, who I wished was my babysitter whenever my parents were away.When it was first announced that Disney was planning a sequel, I was certain it wouldn't be as grand, as the leading actress would have big shoes to fill. But, when the first photo of the cast was released back in January, I couldn't help but think Emily Blunt had an uncanny resemblance to the iconic Andrews.Featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda as Jack (who was

80s

First Full Trailer For The "Roseanne" Revival Is Finally Here

2018 is the year of the revivals. Over the last couple of months, there have been confirmation that many of our favorite television shows and films from the 80s and 90s will be given the reboot treatment, including Heathers to Charmed and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. But nothing got me more excited than finding out that Roseanne was scheduled to return to our screens. Growing up, watching this sitcom was something my family regularly did together. We loved everything about the show because unlike a lot of other sitcoms, Roseanne was relatable. Just like us, the Conners were a