mhadleyitolcom 19 Aug 2005 We all know that a revamp of a series, while still on the air, rarely works well, what do you think are some examples of one that got BETTER with the revamp? Here is my list and I know that some of my picks are going to be very unpopular but I have my reasons.... Angel-Season 1 was pretty good, I hated seasons 2-4 and thought that the major revamp done for season 5 was amazing. Baywatch Nights-Season 1 Was a goofy detective show with bad scripts, season 2 was also a goofy show with bad scripts but season 2 was fun as hell with them fighting vampires, werewolves, zombies, aliens....... A real poor mans X-files... Practice-The first few seasons were great, then around season 6 and 7 things got very theatrical and over the top, then season 8 came along and the show was reborn in a great way.... SeaQuest-Season 1 was okay, fun, smart but very predictable and overall dissapointing, season 2 was awful in more ways than I can list, season 3 on the other hand was amazing. It was a total reboot with a new title, new characters, dumping the annoying old characters and going with a very serious and dark tone.... Season 3 was really getting great when NBC pulled the plug.... Sirens-Season 1 (ABC) was an average female centered cop show, season 2 (First Run Syndication) was much better. Sure, the stories and writing and production values were not the best but the cast was great (Christopher Judge, Liza Snyder, Tim Thomerson and J.H. Wyman) and I had SUCH a crush on Snyder when this show was on the air (I was in High School then). 21 Jumpstreet-Seasons 1 and 2 were good for their time, then the series had what felt like a major revamp with season 3 and bringing in Booker. The stories got more serious, the stories started playing out over longer arcs, social issues were tackled.... War Of The Worlds-Season 1 was okay, but personally I know this will be very unpopular but I thought season 2 was amazing. I loved the new (gross) aliens, I loved the new "run down, used up future" look and tone, I liked that most of the episodes were more about issues then the aliens and I loved the addition of Adrian Paul (yes, I missed IronHorse as well but Kincad was a decent replacement). Yeah, the show was low budget (and it showed) and season 2 didn't link up with season 1 continuity but I liked season 2 better. X-files-Again I know this will be a very unpopular opinion, but I liked the addition of Dogget and Reyes. I don't think the stories (especailly the stand lone, non alien ones) were just as good as the early seasons and personally I feel that the Mulder/Scully stuff was played out long before the producers actually ended that era. I feel that those last 2 seasons were hated so much because it was THE X-FILES and it was so different then what people knew, I think it would have faired better if they had cancelled the X-files and used the Dogget and Ryes seasons as a new show.