Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles If a showed eyes on TV, there's always the possibility that it could go to TV show heaven or hell better known as Netflix. Netflix has brought back so many shows that either were cut off too soon or a remade for a new generation. But there's still work yet to be done. Hey, I'm nervous. Nick. For school attacks Top 10 shows that Netflix should revive number 10 All right to thousands babies. Let this old nineties kid tell you about a show you might not have known up back in the day. Disney Channel was usually known for funny, lighthearted cartoons, which was just one reason why gargoyles was so awesome. This show really pushed the boundaries of Disney cartoons. It was complex, it was a little bit dark, and it would be perfect for a Netflix resurrection. For all the awesome characters and a cool action gargoyles head, it still took the time to help us learn about like Shakespeare and King Arthur and stuff Time travel is an educational plot device. Kids, for those of us who watched gargoyles back in the day, you know you want to see more and honestly how many more successful cartoon reboots do we need on Netflix before we get some more Gargoyles? Action number nine. Speaking of shows from decades past, I know, I know. We all want more Hercules and beyond. One war. Xena. What better way to do both, then to bring them back together in their own Netflix show? Yeah, there wasn't one animated movie with both of them, but I think I speak for all of us when I say that there should be mawr on Netflix, with Lucy Lawless and Kevin Sorbo on screen together again, Anything is possible. Besides what Sorbo even doing these days anyway by an evil atheist suit, get run over by cars and God's not dead? Screw that movie, and I see that is a practicing Christian. But I digress. Make Kevin Sorbo Hercules again. The positive energy and pure adventure of these two heroes would be a welcome balanced. All the super dark stuff you find on Netflix now, and we all know that there's plenty of material to draw on for more spunky adventures. For the son of Zeus in the Warrior Princess number. Come on. You really thought we make a list like this without putting this show on it. Everybody knows that Firefly is like one of thes Siri's that needs to be revived. The most John Sweden had planned for Firefighter run for seven years, and we barely even got one. I think that Netflix could give firefight the chance that Fox wouldn't. There's like who would have been watch seven whole seasons of the Serenity crew having awesome adventures, not only with Netflix look a show, really dive more into the gritty and hard hitting. Seems like just wanted, but it would let us all get sucked back into a universally loved A universe full of scifi Western goodness. Oh, and that means we get to see more of Nathan Fillion in his favorite role. So this is a completely win win win situation Number seven man. Poor Thundercats. I mean, never mind all the nice animation in that Thundercats Warren. Sure, I guess, because that's just the cool thing to hate these days. But you know what would bring balance to the Thundercats fan base are Bible of the reboot from 2011. Watching the classic Thundercats from the eighties become a more interesting and grown up version of itself. May be that much more of a Thundercats fan. But then it got cancelled after just one season. Likes so many other shows, Thundercats is cancelled before it had the chance to hit its stride. Give it that chance, Netflix. I am begging you in the sights. There can never be too many animated lion things on that clicks. It could be a whole category on its own. Ultron under Cats Shoot, Bring that Kim of the White Lion while you're at it, Number six. Pushing Daisies is perfect for Netflix. Where else would you expect to see a show that looks like a brainchild of Tim Burton and Wes Anderson? You know, with the main character who can revive stuff at a touch? It's ironic to think that this show ever died to begin with, but we will never say no to more of this black comedy Modern classic. With its quirky humor and snappy dialogue, Pushing Daisies just has to be brought back to life on Netflix. And as it turns out, a lot of people agree. Esquire magazine's TV Review tournament ranked it the number one most wanted show to return even above Freaking Firefly. More people want pushing Daisies, and they want Firefly. Take a hint. Networks number five. I Am So Many. Others Love the Cartoon Network Teen titans Joe. It was an awesome way to give something to every kind of DC Comics fan, and it never should have ended the way it did. Every fan of his show wanted nothing more than a continuation of this story. But you know what? Teen Titans would be right at home on Netflix. See the crew that in teen titans is currently doing that bowl Tron show on Netflix, which is a humongous success. Basically, what I'm saying is teen Titans plus Netflix equals money, which I will hand the Netflix in the form of a second monthly subscription if they just bring back teen titans right there. Any master new teen titans now Number four. We're gonna throw another job sweet and brainchild onto this list. Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Considering how popular supernatural stuff still is with the youth these days, you know, stuff like Teen Wolf and The Vampire Diaries reviving Buffy would grab both the old school fans and get new ones interested in the Siri's. And you know what? It wouldn't even have to focus on Buffy. Angel is already interesting enough to have his own Siri's. So how about one of the other side characters? But even if it was focused on Buffy again, Sarah Michelle Gellar said she would totally come back as long as it was done well. And you all know who could do it. Well, Netflix, Get on it. Oh, and they're making a new Buffy now. Comic con ruin to stop 10. Number three, Even back on adult Swim The Boondocks was pretty controversial, but the things that made it controversial are also it made it such a great show. The Boondocks has humor so sharp you could cut yourself on it. And you know what? It doesn't care if you do. This show took on anything. And considering how much Netflix cares about petty things like being safer work, spoiler alert, it doesn't The boondocks would fit right in with the rest of Netflix's repertoire. This show was completely unafraid to address tough issues, and neither is Netflix. And considering everything that's going on in the world these days, I am certain that there's all kinds of hilarious social commentary that the boondocks could bring number two. Sometimes when I wake up on Saturday mornings, I want nothing more than the flop on the floor in front of my TV. Turn it on and watch new episodes of Sonic the Hedgehog. Except I can't because it ended after two seasons in 1994. Now, realistically speaking, if Netflix were to pick up a Sonic cartoon, would it be a brand new show? You bet. But imagine the hype if they refined the fan favorite animated Siri's instead. And it actually kind of makes sense to, regardless of how much nostalgia fans of Sonic sad am they have. Sonic himself is just as popular with the kids today as he was more than 20 years ago. A revival would not only still be super successful, but we could actually get a conclusion to that clipping or the Siri's originally ended on. Bands of sonic setting him have always wondered about Dr Robotics beard and pointy nose Nephew sniffle would do toe follow in the footsteps of his uncle Netflix. Give us the answers. It's number one. I know we've already gotten a sequel. Siri's with this one, but bring us or avatar? No, no, not the avatar of the Blue People. I don't think anybody actually cares that much about those guys. In 2018. I'm talking Avatar. The Last Airbender. We've already had two serious in the Avatar universe, but viewers will have a blast watching another avatar find their way in an ever changing world. Be it Ancora or someone completely new. Netflix could take Avatar in an invented in completely Vin Jubal new direction. Like we said in another top 10 not long ago, Avatar is one of the very greatest cartoons ever made. And we would happily welcome Mawr, this Amazing World and the sides. It's going to take at least one more Siri's to fully compensate for that M. Night Shyamalan disaster. Remember, be sucked for our secret number 11. Speaking of animation classics, how can we possibly ignore Animaniacs? Back in the nineties, this show was just genius, and it still holds up well today. No, I don't care that Who is reviving it for real 100 subscribing to another video on demand service. So just take that same show and put it on Netflix.