So growing up, the original version of this show was something I was a fan of. It was a little glimpse into the world my parents grew up in. And at the time there would be pieces of the show where you would think, hey I am sorry I missed out on that.
I was born in one of those quirky years where I am a young Gen X who has old millenials as siblings and as a wife. And looking back on that time, I think I was the last generation of kids to not really be so tech dependent. Yeah it was there, I remember dialing up and "You Got Mail!" but it was not as omnipresent as it is today. I was a latchkey kid, which really meant that my friends and I were left to our own devices from about the age of 9 or so and we had to kind of do some growing up because of it.
Anyways, I think we all have those "wonder years" that we look back to, what are yours? Is there something you think kids today miss out on? Is there stuff they have today that you feel you missed out on?
Edit to add: When they first announced this show I was thinking, oh great another remake where they either gender or race swap the main characters and do it all over again...and they are doing it in a period that is the Grandparents of today. It would have been like the original having been set in the 1940s....BUT...I have seen a few trailers and such and this actually looks like it may have some promise. I hope it can catch the heart of the original.