August 11th, 2008 by Glynette Cougarsmith
In the world of TV, what’s old is new again
In the world of TV, CBS has greenlit “Streets Of San Francisco: The Next Generation.” According to a source close to the networks, this was just the first of several similar announcements. “There are still a few shows that haven’t been exhumed from their caskets and turned into cheesebag movies, aka Starsky & Hutch, Charlie’s Angels, Brady Bunch. In the coming months the other networks will be announcing many other ‘post-modernized’ shows like My Mother The Hybrid Car, M*E*T*H, The Courtship Of Eddie’s Mommy’s Baby Daddy, Friends With Benefits, I Love Louie (a sit-com set in the world of a reality show where Louie Anderson has to pick a same-sex marriage partner), and Genital Hospital (a drama set at a vaginal rejuvenation clinic in Beverly Hills).