ABC has an open time slot to fill after canceling the "Roseanne" reboot. Network executives are reportedly still trying to reconfigure its Tuesday night lineup now that there's a hole in its programming schedule. New offerings from the network for the 2018-2019 season, admittedly, don't look amazing, but luckily ABC has plenty of options to choose from if it decides it wants to give the ghosts of programs past another chance.
Here are 11 shows that are worthy of another round the network."Alias" (2001 to 2006) ABC
Five seasons of Jennifer Garner kicking butt as super-spy Sydney Bristow was simply not enough. The series, which helped Garner nab a Golden Globe in 2002, was never exactly a megahit in terms of ratings, but it developed a loyal enough fanbase that it spawned a video game and more than two dozen novels based on the series. It's perfect timing for a possible reboot since Garner has already planned her first return to TV since "Alias" ended in 2006.
Perhaps when she's done with HBO's limited series "Camping," she could be convinced to take on the role of Sydney again.
"Brothers and Sisters" (2006 to 2011) ABC
There's nothing I want to see more than the Walker family in 2018. "Brothers and Sisters" aired for five seasons and was canceled before the show was able to properly say goodbye and offer viewers any closure. If ABC wanted to explore the dynamics of a family with different political views, rebooting "Brothers and Sisters" seems like the answer.
"Doogie Howser, M.D." (1989 to 1993) ABC
Admittedly, too much time has passed for Neil Patrick Harris to believably play a teenage doctor again, but the viewing public loves medical shows, especially medical shows with a twist! Harris doesn't seem too keen on the idea of a reboot himself, but he may not feel as strongly if ABC actually comes knocking.
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