What tv series since the 1940s do you think will be remembered in 2100?
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
Hecks knows, but best guesses based on cult classic status + repeats frequency on legacy media platforms + current availability on streaming & digital download + fan base craziness would probably include:
Star Trek: TOS (now available re-released in HD)
Star Trek: TNG (now available re-released in HD)
Star Trek: DS9
Last Man Standing
South Park (older episodes re-released in HD on iTunes)
Seinfeld (re-released in HD + widely available on streaming platforms)
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Top Gear (series 6-22)
The Grand Tour
Battlestar Galactica (classic + maybe newer series)
Thomas & Friends
Peppa Pig (the kids who grew up watching it will be like 80-100 by then)
- Disco StuLv 42 weeks ago
My own money is on shows which they keep rebooting such as Doctor Who, Star Trek, The Outer Limits, Twilight Zone. Even though they were made in the '60s I watch these shows all the time.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Futurama are some cult shows which I think will stand the test of time. I'm a huge Lost In Space fan but I've got no idea whether people
will still be watching it in 2100.
- billLv 53 weeks ago
Simpsons will still be making new episodes so them.
- Fort EruditeLv 63 weeks ago
Star Trek The original series.
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- swordfishLv 64 weeks ago
since the 1940'S?? really? well nothing before 1970 will be remembered at all. and please don't say I LOVE LUCY. i have tried and couldn't even sit through one full episode of her waaa waaa crying.
what will be remembered are cult favorites and super long running tv shows
buffy the vampire slayer
game of thrones
- conley39Lv 71 month ago
I Love Lucy will probably be.
- 1 month ago
Sons Of Anarchy
- Anonymous1 month ago
Games of Thrones
Pride and Prejudice
Band of Brothers
The Simpsons and South Park
House of Cards
- CathyLv 71 month ago
Maybe I Love Lucy since it was a classic comedy of the 50's. Laugh In because it was a phenomenon of the 60's, The Twilight Zone -classic science fiction with the best actors of the time. Gunsmoke, one of the longest running series ever, The Mary Tyler show for breaking new ground with a show about a single woman.
This is really kind of a sample of what I remember from when I was young, anyway. I wonder if TV shows will even be a point of interest in history books in the future.
- KathyLv 71 month ago
Probably none of them will be.