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Harvey, Harvey, Go Away… PAGE 1 Ultimate Pitching Coaches Boot Camp 2017 PAGE 2 Dealing With Stress PAGE 2 To Toss or Not to Toss? PAGE 3 This Month in Baseball History PAGE 3 4 TV Shows That Returned to TV After Years Off the Air PAGE 4

THE WAIT IS OVER 4 TV Shows That Returned to TV After Years Off the Air

How long would you expect to wait for the next season of your favorite TV show? Six months? Nine months? How about 21 years ? You may have noticed a recent phenomenon on television: the revival of long-dead shows. This trend kicked off with “Arrested Development” in 2013. Off the air since 2006, the show was picked up by Netflix for a fourth season. With a fifth season set for 2018, let’s take a look at a few other shows back on the air after years in obscurity. THE X-FILES This science fiction classic originally aired between 1993 and 2002 on Fox. After nine seasons (and a couple of movies), the show still hadn’t wrapped up its storyline. The show was brought back to TV in January 2016 for limited six-episode run. This was 14 years

after the initial series finale. Though the revival wasn’t well-received by fans, an 11th season is in production. ROSEANNE A staple on American airwaves between 1988 and 1997, “Roseanne” was considered one of the best portrayals of the American working family on television. In May, Roseanne Barr and ABC announced a 10th season for 2018. This season comes

21 years after the last episode of the series, and most of the original cast is set to return, including John Goodman and both Beckys, Lecy Goranson and Sarah Chalke.

TWIN PEAKS After an astonishing 26 years off the air, “Twin Peaks” made its return to television earlier this year. The cult show originally ran for two seasons on ABC in 1990 and 1991. Since then, it has been called one of the best TV dramas of all time. In 2014, original series creators David Lynch and Mark Frost revealed they were resurrecting the series for Showtime. Finally, in May 2017, they lived up to that promise.

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