Quantum Leap was a hit when it was aired on CBS from 1989 to 1993. It featured Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett. It’s all about a man who gets himself caught in time and jumps into the body of another individual in a different time and age every week. He amends wrongs and alters the circumstances en route. Amid his adventure through time, Dr. Beckett’s sole connection home is through a hologram named “Al”. In a genuinely discouraging end, the show closed with a storyteller saying that Sam Beckett never made it home and stayed caught in time endlessly. That invites a reboot of this exemplary series, which would be considerably greater today given the advances in special effects. With another cast and superb special effects, Quantum Leap could jump forward into the future and carry a radical new crowd with it.
7. Lost In Space
Lost In Space was an extraordinary show when it was aired from 1965 to 1968. It had 84 episodes in totality. What’s more, there was a motion picture adaptation of the show in 1998 featuring William Hurt and Gary Oldman. However, that motion picture is forgotten to a great extent and it wasn’t great either. Moreover, the tale of Lost in Space, is about a family who must survive when their spaceship is thrown off course. This means that it would work better on TV rather than in a two hour motion picture. One just has to upgrade the costumes, think of some contemporary scripts, toss in some kick-ass special effects and this reboot could be a champ. Obviously, the episodes would need to be darker and less hallucinogenic than the first 1960s series. However, it could work. A fun fact is that Memorabilia from the first Lost In Space series sells for huge amounts of cash. This proves that the nostalgia for this series is at an all-time high.