A New Survey Says That the #1 Show That Should Be Brought Back Is...

"M*A*S*H" and "ER" top a survey of shows that should be brought back.

At this point, it's hard to think of TV shows that HAVEN'T been brought back . . . but Hollywood won't stop until EVERY marginally successful show has been exhumed.

A new poll asked people which shows they'd like to see brought back . . . and somewhat surprisingly, the #1 answer was "M*A*S*H", with 30% of the vote.

Maybe it makes sense.  The series finale is STILL . . . after 37 years . . . the most-watched TV episode of all time.  And there's really nothing like it on TV now.

"ER" also scored 30% of the vote.

Here's the Top 10:

1.  A tie between "M*A*S*H" and "ER", both with 30%

3.  "Friends", 25%

4.  "Seinfeld", 24%

5.  "Parks and Recreation", 22%

6.  "Law & Order", 20% . . . Guys, you do realize that "SVU" is still on, and that 1,171 original episodes of the "Law & Order" franchise have aired.  They could air repeats and just SAY it's a reboot and no one would know.

7.  A tie between "The Golden Girls" and "Mad Men", both with 13%

9.  "The West Wing", 12%

10.  A tie between "How I Met Your Mother" and "Psych", both with 11%

12.  A tie between "Friday Night Lights" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", 9%

14.  "Lost", 8%

15.  "Freaks and Geeks", 2%

On the flipside, 40% of people said "American Idol" SHOULDN'T have been brought back . . . followed by "Will & Grace" (27%) and "MacGyver" (23%).

By the way, we're assuming people were considering these REVIVALS or REBOOTS, since shows like "M*A*S*H" and "Golden Girls" wouldn't have many former cast members, since they're mostly either dead or retired.

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