A new poll by IGN shows that the year will mark the 50th anniversary of a classic TV show.
The list of TV shows that will be remembered in 2017 is as diverse as the people who created them.
There are the classic TV shows like The Twilight Zone, Friends,and even a few more.
But which of the 50 shows will be your favorite to watch?
Here’s a rundown of all the shows on the list and some of the other TV shows fans have been waiting for!
A-Team (1991)The A-Team is an animated sitcom about an alien race of aliens called the X-Men.
The first season saw the arrival of an all-female team called the Legion of Doom that included the titular X-Force, who were later revealed to be an alternate reality version of the original X-Man.
The series lasted for 13 seasons before the series was cancelled in 2001.
The X-Treme X-Files (2000)A reboot of the beloved cult hit X-men show that featured mutants and other characters from other franchises, the X2 reboot featured a new generation of mutants that featured a different kind of mutant called X-23.
A series of mini-series followed the X1 mutants until their death in Season 5, when the series ended with the deaths of the X23 mutants.
X-Men: The Last Stand (2005)A series of movies that followed the original characters as they battled various mutants in their quest for mutant supremacy, X-MEN: THE LAST STAND was one of the first series to be adapted into a live-action film starring Hugh Jackman as Charles Xavier and Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique.
The movie was directed by Bryan Singer and stars Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Stoller, Tye Sheridan, Michael B. Jordan, Anna Paquin, James Badge Dale, Olivia Munn, Michael Rooker, Michael Kelly, and Rose Byrne.
It has received multiple Academy Award nominations and earned multiple Golden Globes and Tony Awards.
The Wolverine (2011)An animated series created by Marvel Studios and based on the Xtreme X Files comic book, the Wolverine was one the most popular animated series of all time.
Created by Bryan Lee O’Malley and John Francis Daley, the series followed the adventures of Wolverine, the new mutant hero, as he teamed up with the Xemos and the Xorans to fight crime and save the world.
The show aired on Fox from 2007 to 2011.
It won numerous awards including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program, an Emmy and Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series, and two Peabody Awards for Best Original Drama Series.
Deadpool (2018)A comic book series based on Deadpool, this animated series followed Deadpool, the mutant superhero who battled a deadly villain called Magneto and was forced to kill people in order to save the mutant race.
In Season 1, the show followed Deadpool as he made his way across the globe as he hunted down mutants, from America to the United Kingdom, and Europe.
In addition to being nominated for an Emmy, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, a Golden Globe for Outstandingly Original Writing, and a Peaboy Award for Original Original Screenplay, Deadpool earned a number of Emmy nominations, including one for Outfit for Excellence and the other for Outplay for Best Writing.
X-Factor (2009)A spin-off series from the hit X2, this show featured the original team of X-26 and X-28 that starred Jennifer Lawrence and Logan Lerman.
The original show featured Logan and his son, James, as they faced a new team of criminals that included a woman named Daisy.
It also featured the team of Jean Grey and Phoenix, as Jean and Phoenix battled a demon called Xod and his demon servant, Trypticon.
The sequel X2: X-Statix was produced by the Xtraverse and starred Logan Lorman, Kate Mara, Patrick Stewart, and more.
X2 was one a few of the most successful X-rated series of the 2000s, garnering multiple Emmy nominations and Golden Globys.
Xtronauts (2006)A movie-turned-animation film set during the Xmas season, the film featured the XTronauts, a team of young X-man heroes that were recruited to battle a group of Xorarians led by X-13.
The film premiered on Disney XD in July 2018.
It was followed by the animated Xtravaganza in 2019, a short-lived series on ABC in 2020, and an animated X-travager film on Cartoon Network in 2021.
Xplosive (2009-2018)An upcoming X-trilogy with a new cast and an updated storyline, XplOSive starred Logan Marshall-Green as a former X-15 team member who goes back in