Its seems that we don't know how good we had it in the 1980s.
Shoulder pads and copious amounts of hairspray may cloud our judgements, but the world of TV and film can't get enough of the decade. Over the last few years we've seen nearly all our childhood favourites given a new coat of paint and sent right back out of the door.
Now comes the turn of Teen Wolf, the obscure Michael J Fox film that's been brought back to our TV screens with a whole new attitude.
With Teen Wolf's first series hitting the DVD shelves on July 9th, for which you'll find a trailer and a little video below of the major players giving you the inside scoop on the new show, we've had a look at some of the other 80's TV show's we'd like to see brought back to our screens.
1 - Magnum P.I - Who doesn't want to see a mustachioed investigator whirling around the glamour shores of Hawaii in an open top Ferrari? Magnum P.I had it all; glamour, danger and phenomenal facial hair. While we know that replacing the legend that is Tom Selleck will be hard, Magnum needs to be back on our screens.
2 - Falcon Crest - The warring vineyards of California could be just right place for a prime time slice of intrigue and family bickering. Casting two sides of a family against each other in a battle over grapevines, this could be a boozed-based Game of Thrones, though hopefully without the beheadings.
3 - Bergerac - We all know John Nettles from the murderous village of Midsomer, but before Barnaby there was Bergerac. Dealing out justice on the genial island of Jersey, all while recovering from a broken leg and a drinking problem, Bergerac provided a little slice of crontoversy and darkness to 1980's BBC1. The odd maverick and his Triumph roadster would be a welcome sight back on the Beeb.
4 - Cagney and Lacey - With so many cop shows already clogging up the airwaves, why want another to come back? Well, with Rizzoli and Isles making it big, how's about we give everyone's favourite all chick detective combo a little bit more screen time eh? One's a focused career girl, the other's a working mum and together they are ripe for a remake.
5 - Me and My Girl - This story of a widower trying to get on with his life could have been a sombre affair, but Me and My Girl was a decidedly sweet little sit-com instead. Focusing on a great father-daughter relationship, Me & My Girl seems like the ideal sort of Friday night sweetener after the grim happenings in soap-ville.
FemaleFirst Cameron Smith
Teen Wolf Season One is out on DVD July 9th