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Cult classic TV show Veronica Mars recently got an extension on life when it successfully used Kickstarter to fund a motion picture sequel. This is good news for Veronica Mars fans, and even better news for fans who just couldn’t let go of their favorite cancelled series…

11. The Tick – Animated or live action, I’d be happy with either, as long as someone yells “SPOON!” once an episode.

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10. Misfits of Science – Hailing from way back in 1986, this series was about a group of youths with special abilities that would be called on to save the world. Kind of like the X-Men, but with Courtney Cox.

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9. The Animaniacs – “So, Brain, what are we going to KickStart tonight?”.

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8. Middleman – This series, based on the comic book of the same name, was a little like the Men in Black, with mad scientists instead of aliens, and “Completely the same” instead of “A little like”.

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7. Automan – Released after the success of Tron, this was one of the first TV series to heavily use computer graphics. It was about a police officer who created an artificial intelligence to help him fight crime. It will be fun to see what has progressed further in 30 years, graphics technology or crime.

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6. Voyagers – This show fell somewhere between Doctor Who and Quantum Leap on the TV time traveling timeline, and had a bad habit of trying to sneak educational content into the programming. Luckily, if the Kickstarter gets funded, all educational content will be replaced with robotic dinosaurs.

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5. Dr Shrinker – A scientist invents a shrink ray and shrinks three teenagers, who promptly escape; every episode, the doctor and his assistant pursue the shrunken trio, as they attempt to break into his lab and reverse the process. This might not make a very good movie, but it would make an excellent reality show.

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4. MASH was one of the most popular and longest run shows in television history. After it ended, a sequel called AfterMASH was broadcast, but it only lasted a season. Now, the time is right for AfterAfterMASH.

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3. Young Justice – This show was recently dropped from Cartoon Network’s DC Nation block, a victim of DC’s war against quality and entertainment.

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2. Twin Peaks – David Lynch’s groundbreaking show lasted for two seasons and a movie, none of which made any sense. Quite honestly, David Lynch could film two hours of anything and CALL it a Twin Peaks sequel, and we would never know the difference.

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1. My Mother the Car – It was a show from 1965 about an attorney whose dead mother comes back as an antique car and speaks to him via the radio. Who wouldn’t want to fund that?

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