9 lady shows that deserve a remake

Designing Women-
The hit sitcom about an interior design firm in Georgia is due for a second round. It was a classic set-up, not unlike the "Golden Girls" formula. An overtly sexual beauty queen, a ... more 
Designing Women-
The hit sitcom about an interior design firm in Georgia is due for a second round. It was a classic set-up, not unlike the "Golden Girls" formula. An overtly sexual beauty queen, a pragmatic modern woman, a sweet but dim-witted office manager. You get the idea. For a 21st century update, the ladies would have to be web designers or celebrity stylists in the vein of Rachel Zoe. And instead Delta Burke's pageant past, her fame would likely come from a stint on "America's Next Top Model". less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 2:39 PM EDT
Last night, "Hawaii Five-O" returned to the small screen. Only this time, the Oh is a zero. The action sequences are louder and the beaches are seedier. Will this new series last 12 seasons like the original, which debuted in 1968? If it's anything like the film remake of "Miami Vice", not likely. From "The A-Team" to "Starsky and Hutch", Hollywood is turning to vintage TV for inspiration. But what about the shows made for women? The last century was chock full of sitcoms and dramas designed for the female viewer. Looks like we're still here. So how about bringing back some of the shows we grew up on?