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6 TV shows that need to have reunion episodes

Bring back the original Sleepover Club.

1. The Sleepover Club

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Who wouldn’t like to see where Frankie, Kenny, Fliss, Lynz and Rosie are in 2018? It’s been 13 years since we’ve seen the original gang, so they’re all 26 now.

Did one of them go to art college and have an annoying drugs phase? I’d put my money on Rosie. Frankie probably works in the Australian equivalent of Crunch Fitness and runs a clean eating Instagram. Fliss lives off of doing nixers like eyelash extensions and dodgy lipfillers. Lynz and Kenny are probably GFs and baristas.

They should have one last sleepover to put the public’s mind at ease once and for all.

2. The Bill

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Technology has improved greatly since The Bill came to an end in 2010. It could be a totally different show today. Would they head out on the beat on Segways?

Would they skip out on the old parkour chases through housing estates and opt to send drones out after suspects instead? Who knows.

3. The Rugrats


At this stage, the Rugrats would be around 27 years old. We saw them as babies, we saw them in All Grown Up, so we might as well get a chance to check in on them as adults. There’s probably a decent chance that one of them has their own baby by now.

Where do Tommy and Chuckie work? Is Tommy’s mam now the old grandmother making Borscht? Did Susie Carmichael ever make it as a singer? And what about Spike? Actually, maybe we don’t what to know about Spike.


It was hard enough seeing him get old in Rugrats All Grown Up.

4. 8 Simple Rules

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Today, Kaley Cuoco (who played the blonde sister – Bridget) is best known for her role as Penny in The Big Bang Theory. God help her. Amy Davidson (the red-haired sister – Kerry) has been in some small roles since 8 Simple Rules, as has their on-screen brother Rory (played by Martin Spanjers). It’d do them no harm to have a reunion episode.

They managed to keep this show going after the death of one of the main actors involved, John Ritter (who played the father)  but we never got any real closure at the end of this series, because it was cancelled suddenly in 2005.

Rory would be 30 now and the mam from this should is now 63. Did the girls ever go to college? Where would they work? So many questions.

5. MTV’s ‘Next’

Next was an amazing show. We need more dating shows like Next. It was like Tinder IRL, where you simply said “Next” if you didn’t fancy the person, and then you got a new date. The bios on it were ridiculous and there’s an Instagram account dedicated to preserving them.

As far as a reunion is concerned, they should make these people sit down and re-watch their dates Gogglebox style, to see how awful they were 10-15 years ago. Then, MTV surprises them by making them go on another date with someone they were paired with when the show originally aired.

6. The O.C.


The O.C. was so successful that it inspired a Turkish remake. Seriously. It was called Medcezir.

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Sure Marissa is dead, but we could check in with Seth, Ryan and the rest of the gang. Did things ever work out with Seth and Summer? It’s been 11 years now. Give us some closure.

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