First, I must send my apologies to the 10th Daughter of Memory folks. I finally entered a post and was supposed to vote on the other posts for the one I liked best. Well, I read all the other entries and then thought about them. Apparently, I thought about them too long because when I went to vote, voting was closed. So Mea Culpa.
I recently watched the A-Team movie. I loved that show as a kid and so found the movie totally amusing. My husband, who didn't really watch the TV show, didn't care for the film all that much. I wonder if that had something to do with it. I loved the Charlie's Angels movies and I watched the show as a kid. I liked The Incredible Hulk film. But that might have been because Edward Norton was in it.
Let's not forget the Star Trek films. Love them!
You know what they haven't made yet? A Bionic Woman movie. Oh, I just loved, loved that show. I especially liked it when they did Bionic Woman/Six Million Dollar Man shows together. That would be a fun movie.
As I watched CSI last night, I began to wonder what current TV shows might get made into movies in the future. CSI would be a good choice but only with the Grissom character. They could do an American Idol movie except turn it into fiction. You know, some kid from the sticks, against all odds wins the competition.
I like the show Burn Notice. That could be a fun, shoot 'em up movie. But the thing is, the TV show had to have some sort of hook or joke that could be carried into the film. Charlie's Angels had beautiful women with guns, now that's fun. In the A-Team, each of the guys has his own personality quirk.
I don't think a show like Glee could be a movie. Too bland.
Well, since I don't own a DeLorean, I can't answer the question about what current shows will eventually get made into films. I guess I'll just have to wait.