There's been a lot of reboots and revivals, as well as revival TV Movies/Specials happening lately, with more on the way (Like Animaniacs, Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling, The Invader ZIM Movie, and Muppet Babies). I tend to enjoy revivals and reboots. My favorites this decade being DuckTales 2017, Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, though I have got enjoyment from Teen Titans Go!, Powerpuff Girls 2016, Wabbit, The Tom and Jerry Show, The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown!, and others. Since there will most likely be more on the way. What reboots/Revivals/Revival TV Movies/Specials would you like to happen? Personally, here's my choices Blue's Clues: This was easily one of the most popular shows among 2 - 5 year olds during it's heyday and I think it would work for a good reboot. The show has a simple concept, but it works really well. The show (Especially the Steve Episodes) was something that could attract preschoolers, but parents could watch it with their preschoolers and not get annoyed. I think a reboot would do pretty well in today's day and age with the little kids. I would love to have a Blue's Clues for the new generation and the show has a timeless feel. It really feels like it hasn't aged a single day. If a reboot happens, it most likely will have a different host which I will welcome. It's a true Nick classic in my eyes. At the very least, I would love a TV Special to test the waters. Winnie the Pooh: Well there's a new Winnie the Pooh film coming out later this year titled "Christopher Robin". Anyways, I think Winnie the Pooh is the type of franchise that can work in any decade. The series definitely has a timeless feel and the characters are very relatable. I think a new Winnie the Pooh show would be awesome for the new generation. Personally, I would love it for it to be 2D, but I wouldn't mind a CGI Pooh either. TaleSpin: DuckTales (2017) seems to be doing pretty well for the channel it's on from what I have seen and if Disney were to do another Disney Afternoon reboot, I think TaleSpin would make for a great one. It's not my favorite Disney Afternoon show (that would be Rescue Rangers), but I think there's potential for a great overarching story and for some new characters to join in on the fun. I think a reboot would be pretty exciting, especially if it's done by people who loved the original growing up, just like DuckTales (2017).