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This year, a slew of nineties television shows have recently found a new life almost two decades after they initially went off the air. It all kicked off late in 2014, when David Lynch announced on Twitter he would be reviving Twin Peaks on Showtime. Then in January, Fox revealed that it will be rebooting The X-Files. From then on, nineties show after nineties show started making headlines: A new season of The Magic School Bus will debut on Netflix (after the streaming platform realized its viewers were streaming the original in droves). Zac Efron and Dwayne Johnson broke the news on Twitter that they would both be starring in a new Baywatch movie. TVLine reported that Will Smith was in talks to reboot his breakout show, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. And the entire cast of Full House (sans the Olsen twins) is set to reunite for a sequel series called Fuller House, in which a now-widowed D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) is raising her kids with the help of her family.
So what’s behind this recent surge of nineties nostalgia? Vogue’s Sarah Mower thinks the rise of nineties fashion on the runways comes down to simple math. “All you do is take today’s date, 2015, and subtract 25 (the age of today’s rising designers). Result: 1990, of course!” She argues that young designers reminisce about their hazily remembered childhoods and tend to draw inspiration from that time in their lives. The same logic may apply to our taste in TV and movies. Think about it: We all enjoy re-watching films we idolized when we were just kids, even if they no longer hold up as well as they once did. (My personal favorite is Death Becomes Her, which is really the definition of camp.) It’s human nature to look at the past through rose-tinted glasses, and we apply that romanticized memory to our dearly departed TV series. Have you tried watching an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air recently? That show would never make it past the pilot stage today.
But there are some people who do love re-watching these nineties series and, with the rise of streaming services, it’s easier than ever. Netflix in particular has become a savior of fan-favorite shows that were prematurely canceled. After bringing back Arrested Development in 2013, Netflix has since rebooted The Magic School Bus, Full House, and Wet Hot American Summer.
Of course, Netflix is only following the formula that has already proven incredibly successful in Hollywood. Every summer, we’re treated to sequels, remakes, prequels, and spin-offs of films we’ve seen in the past. The Spider-Man franchise perfectly mirrors this trend. The original movie only came out in 2002, and since then we’ve had three iterations with different web-slinging heroes: Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and the latest, Tom Holland. It makes sense that television, a medium that is increasingly attracting top film directing and acting talent, would eventually go the same way.
Plus, it’s lucrative for networks to bring back shows from the past because they already have an established fan base. Millennials have proven to be some of TV’s most passionate TV fans; they’ve succeeded in bringing back cult favorites including Veronica Mars and The X-Files after intense social media campaigns. When producers are weighing whether to invest in a new series or remake an old one, the allure of an already committed audience is simply too hard to resist. So while you may not necessarily tune in to watch a comedy about a widow raising kids with her kooky uncles, you’ll definitely tune in to Fuller House—just to see what Uncle Jesse has been up to after all these years.
Speaking of Uncle Jesse, John Stamos was one of the most vocal supporters of bringing back Full House. It makes sense that he would feel nostalgic for that particular era; after all, it was the show that launched his career. Since the cast began filming Fuller House, Stamos has been busy Instagramming on-set photos, and the reaction from fans has been overwhelmingly positive. Any of this sound familiar? The reboot story is basically the premise of Netflix’s original scripted show BoJack Horseman. In the animated series, BoJack is a washed-up actor who became famous after starring in a family sitcom called Horsin’ Around. After the series is canceled, his career tanks and the depressed equine actor constantly fantasizes about staging a reunion with his former castmates. But, contrary to real life, no one seems particularly interested in bringing Horsin’ Around back to life. If the show’s writers are paying any attention, we’re betting BoJack will get his wish come season three.
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Young Buck & DJ Whoo Kid treat us with a new track “It’s All On Me”, a remix from Dr. Dre‘s recent “Compton: A Soundtrack” album with BJ The Chicago Kid‘s hook in tact. Buck felt a need to address all the rumors of being sent back to the pen, and also vented about various socio-economic issues plaguing these inner cities.
Listen to Buck on Dr. Dre’s “Its All On Me” below! “10 Pints” by Buck & Whoo Kid dropping soon!
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BINGHAMTON, NY—Saying it seemed like a perfectly fine way to bide her time, recent SUNY Binghamton graduate Brenna Novich told reporters Thursday that she might as well do some good in the world until the economy picked up. “It’s really tough to find any positions in the publishing industry right now, so I guess there’s no reason I can’t make a positive impact on the community while I wait for something to open up,” said Novich, adding that she would probably teach underprivileged children or advocate for an environmental organization while keeping an eye on job openings. “No harm in giving back to society until hiring gets going again. I doubt it’ll take more than a couple of years at most, but there’s plenty of opportunities making a difference in other people’s lives to hold me over.” At press time, Novich was relieved …
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Caitlyn Jenner’s new look made an early appearance on the star’s Instagram page. Jenner celebrated Father’s Day with her family in an easy white dress cinched by an off-white belt. With long, loose curls and tan wedge sandals, Jenner looked chic from head to toe — albeit not entirely prepared for a day of off-roading.
Visiting NYC, Jenner stunned in a sleek black bodycon dress and matching slingback pumps, the ideal ensemble for dinner at Tutto il Giorno.
The following day, Jenner donned a knee-length leopard wrap dress for a day of shopping at Patricia Field…
But emerged in an entirely new ensemble of a black blazer, sequined top, and a multicolored mini that had Field’s name written all over it.
Jenner wasn’t finished yet–the reality star changed for the third time that day into a cleavage-baring lace dress while arriving at “An American in Paris” on Broadway. Blake Lively, watch out.
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Dame Dash was not party to the TIDAL concerts that took place last week with former business partner Jay Z shaking up the world briefly.
However, Dame definitely has an opinion on the stance that the mogul took against his competition in streaming media.
During the concert, Jay Z lyrically took jabs at Spotify, Apple, YouTube and other entities that have made billions off of consumers. This was to Dame’s delight and he expressed his points to interviewer Boyce Watkins.
“I was really happy that the disses are now toward the corporate infrastructure, the machine, the awareness. I’m like that, I know Jay, and you know, as my experience with him, whatever is winning, he’s going to embrace. So if bringing awareness to being robbed as a culture is what’s now in style, and hopefully, that’s what I wanted to happen – if the most commercial person that I know, if the person that is going with [what] the masses are going to go with, is saying that, then that’s where the whole tide is going. Of course the timing of it may make it look like a marketing plan but good. Everything he does is a marketing plan. So if being independent is a marketing plan, then that’s good.”
Check out the entire interview below.
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NBA Champion, and recent media mogul Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis, is being interviewed by the most incompetent network in the history of “mainstream” media. As things begin to unravel, Big Baby takes matters into his own hands..
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