25 Shows From Your Childhood That Should’ve Had At LEAST One More Season

1.

Are You Afraid Of The Dark? (1990)


Nickelodeon

Are You Afraid of the Dark? stands up as one of the creepiest shows of all time. It used to terrify (and delight) me as a kid! I’d love to see a reboot tackle some modern day urban legends like Slender Man and the black-eyed-children.” —lulututu

2.

Gravedale High (1990)


NBC

“A human teacher in a school full of monsters with voice talent provided by the likes of Rick Moranis and Tim Curry. It deserved more than 13 episodes, it was amazing.” —claremunster83

3.

Doug (1991)


Nickelodeon

“I would love to see Doug and the gang as adults! Is that weird?” —Beth Frederick, Facebook

4.

Salute Your Shorts! (1991)


Nickelodeon

Salute Your Shorts! Come on, man. One season? Really?” —p4658979e4

5.

Animaniacs (1993)


Warner Bros.

“I don’t think there will ever be another kids show as funny as Animaniacs. And the sketch comedy format is certainly becoming less common. I wish there had been more after Season 5.” —Lauren Crabtree, Facebook

6.

Boy Meets World (1993)


ABC

“It was such a great show! Wholesome, but still funny. I miss it being on TV!” —karrahv

7.

Hey Arnold! (1994)


Nickelodeon

“I would have loved to see how Arnold and Helga’s relationship would have grown. Also, see the kids in middle school. This show had so many lessons.” —Alexis R Johnican, Facebook

8.

The Puzzle Place (1994)


PBS

“Along with being educational and generally entertaining, like any other PBS Kids program, this show discussed prejudice, gender roles, disabilities, etc. I learned so much about different cultures and diversity. It sadly disappeared out of nowhere.” —Stef Sears, Facebook

9.

Recess (1997)


Disney

“I would have loved to seen them grow up a bit.” —abr5000

10.

Daria (1997)


MTV

“I wanted to see her in college. I wanted to see her take on adulthood. There’s so much more to her and I wanted to see her beyond the fishbowl of high school.” —andip4

11.

The Wild Thornberrys (1998)


Nickelodeon

“I’m sad that The Wild Thornberrys haven’t made a come back. Eliza was super cool and not only could she speak to animals but she also was out to save animals from danger. Not to mention teach us about endangerment and the different species of animals.” —maggies4634c002c

12.

So Weird (1999)


Disney

“Paranormal investigations for kids. Seriously, the best show ever! And it helped me impress my math professors with my knowledge of the Fibonacci Sequence.” —Kelli Collins, Facebook

13.

As Told By Ginger (2000)


Nickelodeon

“Total classic single mom-weird brother situation. So authentic and so honest. Bring back Ginger and her awkward friends!” —emilys405016583

14.

The Proud Family (2001)


Disney

“It made me laugh and it had good life morals throughout the series.” —acd6152

“I loved that show. So diverse and very funny. I wish they’d bring it back.” —Raguell Couch, Facebook

15.

Kim Possible (2002)


Disney

“I need a reboot! Where are Kim and Ron? Are their kids spies? What about Rufus?!” —hannahe4c0bfaa86

“Kim Possible was so badass! Me and my brother would sit and watch the show all the time. They bring back good memories of my childhood.” —Kateri Olivares, Facebook

16.

Lilo and Stitch (2003)


Disney

“Lilo and Stich’s friendship made me so happy. And I still want my very own Stitch. Not a stuffed one, a real one.” —squidlifecrisis

17.

The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy (2003)


Cartoon Network

The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy will always be my favorite show. It was ridiculous and probably the most morbid thing on kids’ television. I mean, what’s more entertaining than a couple of elementary school schools literally enslaving Death himself?” —schoeningabbey

18.

Teen Titans (2003)


Cartoon Network

The original Teen Titans because it was equally as funny as it was intense. The character development was on par and the animation was amazing. I’m not a fan of Teen Titans Go! at all! —rheaday1997

19.

Phil of the Future (2004)


Disney

“I’ll forever be bitter about Phil of the Future. You can’t just end a show on a major cliffhanger and then not give us a movie. Right after Phil and Keely decided to start dating too. My 13-year-old self is still crying about it.” — Sydni Young, Facebook

20.

Drake and Josh (2004)


Nickelodeon

“Whenever I catch the reruns I laugh just as hard as I used to.” —kayteesux

21.

Zoey 101 (2005)


Nickelodeon

“It was my favorite ‘teen’ show. I wish it had never been cancelled, and I think they should bring it back!” —Raguell Couch, Facebook

22.

Grossology (2006)


YTV

“It was an awesome show about these teenage siblings who fought crime involving really gross elements. There was an episode where they fought a guy who can’t survive with natural air (he survives with farts, his respiratory system adapted to it because his brother continually farts in his face). It was so disgusting, but so entertaining and oddly educational.” — Eunice Villanueva, Facebook

23.

The Replacements (2006)


Disney

“It was on Disney Channel for awhile and I remember it being really, really funny. I just feel like nobody else remembers it!” —saraisrad

24.

The Suite Life on Deck (2008)


Disney

“It’s even funnier now than it was then. I wish it was never cancelled.” —sienaelisat

25.

Victorious (2010)


Nickelodeon

“I’m still upset they didn’t get a proper finale. It was so funny, had a super talented cast and I loved the music.” — fregillian

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