CW Network–Retro Weekends

CW Retro WeekendsThe weekends can be very boring for some who are just to tired to go out.  With work and school and all the things I busy myself with, my idea of a good time is simply going to the bookstore, picking up a book sitting in the café and reading.  That’s me, it’s what I like to do in life, I like to read (if you hadn’t already guessed).  But the bookstore I lived next to was turned into a parking lot and I have a fear of driving in Florida and a fear of going out at night as well.  It’s dangerous at night for women to go out.  But that’s a bit off topic, I simply want to highlight my point.

The CW Network, is kind of one of my favorite channels, I guess that’s to be expected since I used to watch the WB Network and teen shows are my guilty pleasure…and the supernatural shows.  Yup, I am a sucker for those.  But my favorite shows, some of my favorite shows are the ones from back in the day.  Here’s the list:

  • Felicity
  • Dawson’s Creek
  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer
  • Angel
  • Smallville
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
  • Star Trek: Enterprise
  • Legend of the Seeker
  • Hercules: The Legendary Journeys


  • Xena: Warrior Princess

Come on, how can anyone say no to those shows.  They were great shows, they had good writing, I mean were there lame episodes, sure.  Xena’s last season was actually really bad, but it was still good.  That’s five hours of good TV per night.  I mean, if I could, I would just buy those shows but yeah, as a college student, I don’t have that kind of money.  In this economy, who does.  Which is why I would love to see a reprisal of these old (some not yet so old) shows.  I mean they were very good.  Legend of the Seeker, also the last few episodes of the last season were kind of lackluster, but still I loved it.  A lot of these shows aren’t easily forgotten.  Buffy and Angel are cult classics.  Smallville was the first comic strip to last 10 seasons.  Star Trek is, well, it’s Star Trek, enough said.  Felicity and Dawson’s Creek were also amazing.  I mean come on, these are great shows.

All I’m saying is that CW owns the rights to these shows, would it really be too much to want to watch these shows on TV again?  Or is this just wishful thinking?

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