Veronica Mars fans, rejoice! According to both star Kristen Bell and series creator Rob Thomas, there are talks happening about making a six episode limited series revival of the popular show. The only problem? Trying to find time to shoot it. Bell is currently starring in The Good Place and Thomas is working on a Lost Boys remake for The CW. Let's hope the stars (and their schedules) align so that we can see the cast together once again.
Everyone's favorite duo (and Jack and Karen, of course) reunited after 11 years off the air to bring back one of NBC's most popular shows in fall 2017.
Did we hop in a time machine? Jimmy Fallon brought the Bayside gang back together on a 2015 episode of The Tonight Show.
For those of us who loved Boy Meets World, it was a total trip to watch Girl Meets World and see Cory and Topanga being parents to Riley and Auggie. When Cory's childhood best friend Shawn showed up in the holiday episode of the first season, we seriously lost it.
Everyone's favorite San Franciscan family came back to our televisions in 2016 via Netflix's Fuller House. A lot has changed in the Tanner household, but one thing has stayed the same: Everyone is still annoyed by Kimmy Gibbler.
It's so lovely to see Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson together again on The Ranch after their smoky basement days on That '70s Show.
Betty White made her debut on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1973 as the double entendre-spewing Sue Ann Nivens, so it was a special treat to see Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie White, Cloris Leachman, Georgian Engel and Betty White as a reunited bowling team on Hot in Cleveland.
Home Improvement helped to make Jonathan Taylor Thomas a teen heartthrob in the '90s, so it was a blast to see him reunite with his TV dad on Last Man Standing, with Tim Allen remarking "Man, you look familiar."
Drake and Nina Dobrev's characters both attended Degrassi Community School and, of course, drama and craziness ensued. There wasn't any craziness, though, when Drake joined Dobrev onstage to accept his AMA for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album in 2016.
There's nothing like an awkward reunion to cement our love for Friends. Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox came together on a replica apartment set to act out Jimmy Kimmel's pretty inappropriate fan fiction.
The world missed Stars Hollow and Rory and Lorelai's witty banter a whole lot when Gilmore Girls went off the air in 2007. When Netflix announced the 2016 miniseries reboot, fans loaded up on coffee from Luke's Diner so they could binge-watch the whole thing.
No one had a better bro love than Turk and J.D. on Scrubs. When executive producer Bill Lawrence, who created the hospital comedy, wanted to do a live episode of his show Undateable, the two made a cameo at the bar, with J.D. sipping his signature appletini.
Seth Green was Alyson Hannigan's first (and only) boyfriend on Buffy, so it was a blast to see them reunite on How I Met Your Mother, with Green guesting as a college friend who's obsessed with Marshall and Lily.
Mr. Moseby's tenure at The Tipton Hotel didn't end with The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. On Jessie, when Emma runs away to The Tipton, Jessie has to follow her and save the day. It tugged at our heartstrings to see Bailey Pickett and Mr. Moseby face to face once again.
During this SNL reunion, Julia Louis Dreyfus reprised her role as Elaine Benes from Seinfeld to argue with Bernie Sanders, played by show creator Larry David.
Friends was already mentioned earlier, but we couldn't let this reunion slip through the cracks. Matthew Perry played an eccentric rich man who dated Courteney Cox's character on Cougar Town, and viewers couldn't help but swoon at the Chandler/Monica reunion.
Dawson's Creek was always so emotionally earnest, so it was nice to see James Van Der Beek and Busy Philipps playing fictionalized versions of themselves on Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23.
After Tracey Morgan's terrible car accident in 2014, he went on to host SNL and brought the whole 30 Rock gang with him to help knock his monologue out of the park.
Kevin James and Leah Remini played everyone's favorite working class couple on The King of Queens. They recently reunited on Kevin Can Wait, with Remini playing a detective who asks James to pretend to be her husband. It went so well that they bumped her up to a full time cast member for Season 2.
Larry David and the Seinfeld crew actually had a pretty complete reunion on Curb Your Enthusiasm. In Season 7, the show alluded to a fictional reunion of Seinfeld within the show, with script readings, scenes and rehearsals. Topher Grace, yes that Topher Grace, put together a supercut of these scenes that you can find on YouTube.
In 2017, four of the six Brady siblings got together on The Today Show to reminisce about their TV mom, Florence Henderson, who passed away in November of 2016.