Rerun the jewels: the TV shows we’d like to see back on the box

There’s no need to just air old editions of 8 Out of 10 Cats – we could use this period to rediscover any number of lost greats Modern Toss on lockdown TV .... Television is on lockdown. New shows will keep arriving for a while because they’re filmed already, but soon schedulers will be subsisting on repeats. Yet, there’s no need to air old editions of 8 Out of 10 Cats – we could use this period to rediscover any number of lost greats. Here are 10 classics that are overdue a repeat. On the Air BB C Two, 1992 Despite being David Lynch and Mark Frost’s follow-up to Twin Peaks , this experimental sitcom is seldom seen, especially in the US, where ABC axed it after three episodes. Set in the 1950s, it is a sort of surreal slapstick Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip , centred on a washed-up star whose TV variety show is a farce thanks to the absurdly incompetent crew. After a brilliant opener, it goes round in wacky circles, so maybe just show that episode in a double bill with Lynch’s frightening, laugh-tracked 2002