Definitely! With some of the current prosthesis being experimented with, especially by organizations like the US military, that are sometimes chock full of electronics it could be easy to come up with a few million dollar man.Oh, and with the rate of inflation, The Six Million Dollar Man would be The Six Billion Dollar Man!
Welcome to Cool Sci-Fi! And don't worry about posting while sleepy... I do it all the time. The only bad part is those times when you see a post from yourself that you don't remember writing.I hope I'm doing this right its my first time posting & I'm really sleepy.
I think American Gothic was one of those 'before its time' shows. With today's viewers used to wide range of horror & supernatural shows I think it would actually fare better today then when it originally aired. It also would've done better if it wasn't on CBS. With the large number of cable stations today good shows with a small audience have a better chance of surviving versus a show on one of the over-the-air broadcasters (ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX).American Gothic from the 90s but I think I'm the only one who watched it and lets not forget quantum leap, if you remade that now with current technology would really work
Hysterical.Definitely! With some of the current prosthesis being experimented with, especially by organizations like the US military, that are sometimes chock full of electronics it could be easy to come up with a few million dollar man.
Perhaps if a remake was to be made they would take a cue from the spin-off and call it The Bionic Man instead.
Speaking of Lee Majors.... as a kid, The Fall Guy was a fun TV show as well!
Yes, the Twilight Zone. But it would have to be an exceptional remake as the first was so good.I also have a hard time narrowing it down to one, so I will try to come up with the top three for me.
1. Nightstalker (Kolchak)
2. Twilight Zone
3. Six Million Dollar Man