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12 Former Teen Series Stars We Wish Would Make A Comeback

By / Published on Friday, 01 Sep 2017 11:02 AM / No Comments / 31 views

When done right a teen series can become iconic and go on for many seasons, making its stars some of the biggest TV stars of their time. To the dismay of fans, many of these stars don’t continue on in the spotlight and new shows and stars take over. While some moved into films, others turned to other career opportunities behind the scenes, and others ended up joining series that just weren’t as successful as the one that made them popular. No matter how much time goes by, fans are still hoping these 12 former teen series stars will make their big TV comeback:

12. Sarah Michelle Gellar

There is absolutely no doubt that Sarah Michelle Gellar is still one of the most beloved actresses in Hollywood, but her on-screen career has slowed down considerably. She has become a pop culture icon thanks to her role as Buffy Summers in Buffy the Vampire Slayer from 1996-2003, but after the show she mostly turned to movies with roles in Scooby-Doo, The Grudge franchise, The Air I Breathe, and Veronika Decides to Die. While she did attempt more television success with Ringer in 2011 and The Crazy Ones in 2013 but, after both series were cancelled after only one season, she hasn’t made another return. While she is still doing well with the release of her cook book and focusing on her personal life with her husband Freddie Prinze Jr. and their two kids, many would love to see her once again starring in a hit TV show!

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11. Taylor Kitsch

Out of all the talented stars on Friday Night Lights, it was Taylor Kitsch as Tim Riggins who stole the show. Like many others when the show came to an end, Kitsch tried his skills on the big screen with roles in John Carter, Battleship, Savages, The Grand Seduction and Lone Survivor, but was always met with heavy criticism for his acting. Although he did return to TV with season two of True Detective, not much has been heard from the actor since. While his film career may not have gone as planned, there are many fans who would love to see him back on TV and if there is a Friday Night Lights reboot, he would be great as the Dillon Panthers’ coach.

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