...which would you pick?
Assume, for the sake of the argument, that the show would be approved by a network, and that it would be redone well, by someone of Rob Long's ability, as opposed to some of the remake flops we've seen.
Also, no re-imaginings. Continuations of the existing story are OK, though.
My top 3:
- Hogan's Heroes -- Shows our armed forces in a good light, beating the Nazis with cleverness and humor.
- Mission: Impossible -- I know it was redone once, but I absolutely love the concept and the fact that they did a fair-to-middling job of surprising viewers at least once (you knew something was going to go wrong, but never really knew what, nor how they were going to get past it).
- M*A*S*H -- Just get rid of the preachy episodes and the leftist slant (gentle though it was).