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Poll: TV Reboots and Revivals, Oh My!

Now that the "Triple R" (reboot, revival, remake) train is firmly on the tracks, there's no stopping it. Listed below are some upcoming TV "Triple R" projects. Which do you think is the worst idea?

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    The Twilight Zone (1959)

    Planned by CBS All Access; being developed by Jordan Peele
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    Conan the Barbarian (1982)

    Planned by Amazon; will cover the same story line as the Schwarzenegger version
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    Double Dare (1986)

    Planned by Nickelodeon; same format as original from 1986
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    Clarissa Explains It All (1991)

    Planned by Nickelodeon; Melissa Joan Hart now plays the mom
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    Boomerang (1992)

    Planned by BET; being developed as a half-hour comedy
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    Mad About You (1992)

    Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser want to return to their original roles
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    The Mighty Ducks (1992)

    Some of the original actors want to appear in this reboot
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    Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

    Planned by Hulu; Mindy Kaling is writing and creating an anthology version
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    Party of Five (1994)

    Planned by Freeform; will follow a family whose parents have been deported
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    Sister, Sister (1994)

    Both Tia and Tamera are expected to return along with Jackée Harry
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    The First Wives Club (1996)

    Planned by Paramount Network; half-hour comedy written by Girl's Trip writer, Tracey Oliver
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    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996)

    Planned by Netflix; will take a darker turn and will star Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka
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    L.A. Confidential (1997)

    Planned by CBS; will follow 1950s detectives hunting a serial killer
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    Roswell (1999)

    Planned by the CW; will be based off the same books as the original but with an immigration story added
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    Gone Baby Gone (2007)

    Planned by Fox; from Dennis Lehane's book of the same name

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