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NBC Chairman Robert Greenblatt’s revival wishlist is growing thanks to the early success of Will & Grace.

As I talked about yesterday, the show which ended in 2006 is seeing a new light with all the same people and the same set. NBC is clearly seeing this renewal as something of a return to it’s glorious peacock days. So is it any surprise that Greenblatt would want run the¬†gauntlet of 90s TV shows?

Miami Vice is already getting a revival. So what’s next on the list?

  • The West Wing
  • The Office
  • 30 Rock
  • ER

All four TV shows lasted a long and successful time at NBC. All four won emmys. All four casts are relatively alive and available! To me one thing is clear. 80s nostalgia is ending in Hollywood. It’s time to go back to the 90s!

John J. Falco

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