Over the past few years, the TV landscape has seen a surge of rebooted shows from the 1980s and 1990s, with ABC Family's Boy Meets World spinoff Girl Meets World and a slew of shows in development such as Netflix's Full House revival Fuller House and NBC's Coach, just to name a few. If you're wondering which of your favorite shows from the past few decades will be resurrected next, there is one show you can cross of the list, The Wonder Years. Series star Fred Savage revealed at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas last weekend that there is no chance of an on-screen reunion
"Zero. Never. The show was about a time in your life. The show was about this finite moment in your life that has a beginning and an end, and I think that's what makes people long for that time in your life. You can't really go back to it. You can't all be 12 again, and that's why that time in our life is so special and why all the memories still stay with us and warm us and haunt us and all those things - because we can't go back to it."
The cast did actually reunite to film special features material for The Wonder Years complete series box set, but don't expect the show to be brought back with the original cast. It's worth noting that the series finale, which aired in 1993, essentially laid out the future for all of the characters, giving everyone a proper ending. Ironically, Fred Savage's brother starred in both Boy Meets World and the Girl Meets World revival on ABC Family, but the original show ended in a way that allowed for a show like Girl Meets World to pick up the story several years later. What do you think about Fred Savage's reunion comments for The Wonder Years never happening? Chime in with your thoughts below, and take a look at the very last scene from The Wonder Years, where the adult Kevin Arnold (voiced by Daniel Stern) reveals what happens to all of his friends and family members.