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2x09btscharlesmesure_28329.jpgThe reboots are coming! The reboots are coming!

From the recently announced Prison Break event series to Netflix’s nostalgic Fuller House to a possible new spin on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the TV industry seems to be all about remakes and revivals right now.

So TVLine invited some of the small screen’s top producers and stars to share the shows they’d like to see get second chances at life. Their picks ranged from cult faves (Angel, Freaks and Geeks) to sci-fi fare (The Outer Limits, Quantum Leap — with a female twist!) to little-seen gems (Profit and something called… Super Gran?).

Given some of the powerful names — Greg Berlanti, Julie Plec, Bryan Fuller — who suggested the following titles, we wouldn’t be surprised if a couple of ’em eventually got the greenlight.

Laura Vandervoort (Bitten): “It’d be nice if V came back to tie up all the loose ends from our show. We did one season and left it as a cliffhanger. We got cancelled before we got to really tie up everything.”



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End Epilepsy Foundation dinner in Beverly Hills (May 4, 2015)

Grammy Party (February 10, 2015)


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Ruthless pirate Black Beard, played by New Zealander Charles Mesure, also makes a comeback in an upcoming episode, in which he becomes fully immersed in Frozen happenings.

“Blackbeard gets to beat up the cast of Frozen,” says Mesure, who has also been juggling US series Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce. “Lots of fun!”

Once creators/executive producers Eddie Kitsis and Adam Horowitz hope Mesure and fellow Kiwi Rose McIver (Tinker Bell) will continue to make appearances on the series.
McIver is now busy starring on TV2’s iZombie, but hopes to return when scheduling allows.

“Rose is great and such a strong Tinker Bell, so we loved her,” says Horowitz. “And Charles just brings that Black Beard swagger. He’s fantastic.

“We’d love to keep having them back – and we want to do better in New Zealand!”