"The allure of making something with a built-in fanbase for many studios out there seems to be that you don’t have to actually make something good," says Daniel Kelley. "The recent comebacks of Will & Grace, Murphy Brown or Hawaii 5-0 might be, in your estimation, quality TV, but the catch is that they didn’t have to be. All the shows needed for success was the title and the nostalgia; quality comes second. But there’s a genre of remake/revivals that doesn’t quite have that benefit. Kids shows. DuckTales, Muppet Babies, and their ilk might convince parents to introduce these shows to their kids through nostalgia, but they still have to have quality to keep the kids in the fold."