Dating back to the early 80s, there are some movies and series that have not left the hearts of fans worldwide, as they would give anything to have some of these shows back on the big screens.
From comedy series to actionable dramas, here are a few TV series that are not yet forgotten.
Pinky And The Brain
This iconic American animated television series saw its end of production in 1998 after a total of four seasons and 65 episodes.
This series marked the first animated presentation by Dolby Surround and was recorded as Steven Spielberg’s fourth collaboration. It is centered on two genetically engineered mice, who lived inside a research facility.
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Per their names, Brain is the extremely intelligent and quick-thinking partner of the duo, however, he was also known as a narcissist whose only goal was to “take over the world.” Pinky on the other hand, was a reserved, calm, and naive mouse who often followed in Brain’s footsteps.
This series resonated with millions of fans worldwide, as it was more than a mice cartoon to the 70s and 80s generations. Sadly, it met its end and the producers have not made any attempt at a comeback.
This is another animated television series produced by Walt Disney, that ran for a total of three seasons and 78 episodes. The show featured voice actors like Keith David, Salli Richardson, Jeff Bennett, Bill Fagerbakke, and many more.
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The storyline surrounded series of superficial creatures named ‘Gargoyles,’ who transform into rocks during the day. At the beginning of the series, these creatures who had been trapped in one state for ages suddenly found freedom on the shores of New York City.
As a pact, the creatures decided to defend their newly-found home against other monsters. After its cancellation, the series was continued into a book from 2006 to 2009.
The “Dark Angel” franchise premiered in October 2000, and its featured main casts were Jessica Alba and Michael Weatherly. This American cyberpunk science fiction series appeared on the big screens from 2000 to 2002 with a total of two seasons and 43 episodes.
The series detailed the life of an escaped genetically enhanced war soldier, who made her way out of a military facility when she was a child and tried to live her life as a normal human being.
However, after evading her captors for a long time in search of her siblings, she soon found out that she was powerful enough to face them head-on. This series became popular because it provoked inspiration from female stars to engage in more superhero and action movies.
Xena: Warrior Princess
This is an American/New Zealand adventure and fantasy-based series that premiered on September 4, 1995, till June 18, 2001. The television series created by Robert Tapert and John Schulian was based on a Warrior Princess named Xena.
Xena was a warrior who wrestled with her personal demons in private and openly helped people however she could with her incredible fighting skills and powers.
This show lasted for six seasons and had 134 episodes in total. The series was so popular that it was ranked number 10 on Top 25 Cult television shows of all time.
Micheal Ealy’s presence as the main cast of this series made it a must-watch after it premiered on November 17, 2013. The crime and science fiction-based show wrapped up productions after the first season, and fans were sad about this.
“Almost Human” follows the life of a combat-model android and its partner, John Kennex. Following the increase in crime rates in America, the police department laid down a rule that every field officer must be accompanied by an android robot.
Unknown to Kennex, his life and actions would be narrowly subjected to critical and objective thinking instead of emotional. The basis of this series that fans would have loved to continue watching was the unusual bond that developed between Kennex and his robot partner.