Well, sometimes you can (relive an entire show, not get back together with your high-school sweetheart who's probably married by now).
All the Netflix revivals happening lately — Fuller House premiering Friday and a new Gilmore Girls announcement every other day — got us thinking. Which dormant Miami-based shows do we wish we could relive? Some of the many shows based in Miami tickled our pickle just right, and it would be ideal if Netflix decided to remake an old Magic City show, maybe even film locally.
We need something new to binge-watch to stop thinking about Making a Murderer.
Few shows in the history of television have nose-dived into the sort of
Then it all went to crap.
Whether the cause was writer shakeups or not knowing when to quit, Dexter just wasn't the same in its last few seasons. That doesn't change the fact that the initial story was ingenious. If the right actor took on the role of a young Dexter Morgan, perhaps, an origin focus could be easily made into something that would be not only
Nip/Tuck is another show that began strong and then faded into something unrecognizable. So why not pick up the pieces and start all over again? Nothing says Miami quite like a South Beach backdrop and plastic surgery, and Nip/Tuck had plenty of both. But
And, Netflix, don't pick up and move the show from its Miami location to Los Angeles four seasons in like the original did, 'kay? Let's keep the crazy plastic-surgery drama local.
NBC's Flipper was appointment television from 1964 to 1967. Flipper was mostly filmed in Miami and Key Biscayne, with some scenes shot at Miami Seaquarium, where there's still a Flipper-themed show in the lagoon. There are so, so many things for adults to watch on Netflix. And there are ample