Reno 911! took that approach in 2007 with Reno 911!: Miami, but according to Thomas Lennon, a.k.a.
Just because a TV series ends or is cancelled doesn’t mean that’s the end of the adventures for those characters.
In recent years, TV revivals have become increasingly more common, like The X-Files on Fox or Fuller House on Netflix.
And then there are those rare instances where a TV show gets a movie in the middle of its run.
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