Do you ever find yourself having nostalgic conversations about how great '90s Nickelodeon was? Do you ever think, "Wow, I feel bad for kids today who don't have shows like 'Rugrats' and 'Aaahh!! Real Monsters'"? Us, too. But there's still hope.
The good news is Nickelodeon might be bringing back your favorite childhood classics. The possible bad news? We're not sure how they're bringing them back.
According to Variety, Nickelodeon is considering reviving classics that might include "Rugrats," "Hey Arnold!," "You Can’t Do That on Television" and "Victorious." Russell Hicks, president of content and development at the network, told the trade, "We are looking at our library to bring back ideas, shows that were loved, in a fresh new way."
The network was quiet about what exactly a "fresh new way" could entail, but Variety suggested the array of series could be revived as movies or specials. Here's to hoping that Nickelodeon doesn't ruin our childhood favorites with spinoffs or remakes -- maybe just give us some reruns? But if this does happen, we'd like to make a few formal requests. How about some love for "The Angry Beavers" and "Rocko's Modern Life," Nick? Might we suggest an "All That" reunion or a reboot of "Legends of the Hidden Temple"? Blue Barracudas all the way.
For more, head to Variety.
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