Reboots. Revivals. Returns.
It’s hard to classify the craze of TV shows being brought back to life. Some return with all-new casts and storylines, and others pick up exactly where the original show left off as if nothing happened.
But as the new “Roseanne” and other reboots before it have proven, they can be a hit with audiences and critics alike. Even though “Roseanne” was canceled in May after star Roseanne Barr tweeted a racist remark, it premiered in April to over 18 million viewers.