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has provided the voice for Jazz in 2007’s Transformers and had recurring roles on Freedom Committed and The Young and the Restless He most recently appeared as a regular on the Charlie Sheen series Anger Management Getty Images (2) Ben Savage After graduating from Stanford and taking sporadic TV and film parts the boy who once met the world returned to role of Cory Matthews in this year’s Disney Channel spin-off Girl Meets World Getty Images (2) Danielle Fishel After taking on a handful of film and television roles and earning a degree in psychology from the California State University Fullerton Fishel joined her former castmates and reprised the role of Topanga in Girl Meets World Getty Images (2) Will Friedle Once Boy Meets World ended Friedle continued to work in kids’ television voicing a number of animated characters such as Ron Stoppable from Kim Possible Getty Images (2) Rider Strong After playing Shawn Hunter Strong continued to work in TV and starred in a number of horror 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the resources to enable it The reboot craze is a new iteration of the old impulse to program what focus groups say they want to see And increasingly as more past TV is available on streaming what they want to see is their own past I don’t want to pick on Netflix alone here because it’s also the TV networks doing this But Netflix has a particular ability to weaponize this nostalgic impulse With the granular data it has on who watches exactly what and how much it can microtarget shows that are ripe for revival becoming a kind of TV Lourdes where the dead are brought back to life if you vote for it with your eyeballs And hey why shouldn’t people get what they want Why be a hater It may seem sad to me but I don’t have to watch (Though I will in fact totally watch a new X-Files) I don’t know if any given reboot will be good or not; even if it’s terrible that will make the original no better or worse in retrospect The problem is the millions of dollars the creative energy the airtime that’s not spent on something else something new Great TV shows–including Twin Peaks and The Muppet Show–were not devised by algorithm The danger of all this revivalism is that the shows could work just well enough Making a reboot could be the most foolproof way of putting on a show with a built-in audience but one whose highest upside will always be less than the original That’s the problem with making TV shows based on what you already know your viewers once liked You guarantee you will never make the next thing that they’ll love Read next: Do We Really Need a Full House Reboot Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] one of the most basic rules of electoral politicskeep your campaign promises or you will lose the support of your votersbut Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has deftly managed to skirt that rule On Thursday when he announced that he will resign and call snap elections for September 20 Tsipras wagered that voters would stay behind him regardless of the fact that he has failed to keep most of his core campaign pledges And he is probably right At the end of Julyafter he had abandoned hopes of shielding the Greek welfare state from further cuts and austerity measuresTsipras approval rating was still at a comfortable 60% in all the major polls Even now he is comfortably ahead of any other political leader in the country and his move on Thursday to call elections is intended to lock in that support Hes going to need it Under the terms of the bailout deal that Tsipras secured this week Greece will receive around $952 billion in foreign loans in order to avoid bankruptcy over the next three years But as a condition of providing this lifeline Greeces troika of creditorsthe European Union the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fundinsisted on a new set of painful reforms for the Greek economy Those reforms will give Greek voters plenty of reasons to resent their government They will see tax hikes pension reductions and deep cuts to their health and social welfare systems For many Greeks this will feel like a betrayal because they elected Tsipras in January on a promise to avoid exactly these types of measures His radical left-wing political party Syriza had based its campaign on a pledge to end austerity and preserve the social safety net Instead Tsirpas accepted some of the harshest bailout terms Greece has ever faced from its creditors That has resulted in a mutiny within his party About a dozen of its more radical leftists announced last week that they would split off to form a new anti-bailout movement "The fight against the new [bailout] Memorandum starts now by mobilizing people in every corner of the country" said the statement from Panagiotos Lafazanis the leader of the far-left wing of the Syriza party The Tiny Greek Island of Kos at the Center of the Refugee Crisis A dinghy overcrowded with Afghan migrants arrives on the Greek island of Kos after crossing a part of the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece on May 27 2015 Angelos Tzortzinis—AFP/Getty Images Afghan migrants arrive on the Greek island of Kos after crossing a part of the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece on May 27 2015 Angelos Tzortzinis—AFP/Getty Images An Afghan migrant girl holds the hand of a woman as they arrive on the Greek island of Kos after crossing a part of the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece on May 27 2015 Angelos Tzortzinis—AFP/Getty Images A Syrian refugee prays on the beach after arriving on the Greek island of Kos via a dinghy boat over part of the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece on May 26 2015 Yannis Behrakis—Reuters Hundreds of newly arrived migrants walk toward a temporary shelter after crossing a part of the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece on May 26 2015 Yannis Behrakis—Reuters An Afghan migrant family poses next to a deserted hotel where hundreds of migrants have found temporary shelter on the Greek island of Kos on May 27 2015 Angelos Tzortzinis—AFP/Getty Images Afghan migrants wash next to a deserted hotel where hundreds of migrants have found temporary shelter on the Greek island of Kos on May 27 2015 Angelos Tzortzinis—AFP/Getty Images A migrant man from Bangladesh brushes his hair in a broken mirror in an abandoned hotel acting as a temporary shelter on the Greek island of Kos on May 29 2015 Dan Kitwood—Getty Images A mother sits with her two young sons as they get ready to sleep in the corridor of an abandoned hotel that many migrants are using as a temporary shelter on the Greek island of Kos on May 30 2015 Dan Kitwood—Getty Images Migrants gather outside the police station on the Greek island of Kos to collect documentation to facilitate their onward journey into Europe on June 1 2015 Dan Kitwood—Getty Images An Afghan woman sits with her child at a dock at the port of the Greek island of Kos on May 27 2015 Angelos Tzortzinis—AFP/Getty Images Life vests and a deflated dinghy are seen on a beach on the Greek island of Kos following the arrival of Afghan immigrants on May 30 2015 Yannis Behrakis—Reuters 1 of 12 Advertisement But even if their splinter group takes some votes away from Syriza it will not be enough to challenge the partys lead in the polls At the end of last month Syrizas approval numbers were above 40% far ahead of the closest challenger and at this point that popularity seems to derive much more from the partys leader than its anti-austerity bona fides Throughout his seven months of intense negotiations with the creditors Tsipras has channeled the Greek sense of victimhood to blame the troika for all of his failures at the negotiating table He blamed the troika for forcing Greece to close its banks at the end of June in order to save them from running out of money He blamed Germany for trying to push Greece out of the European currency union After each failure to win concessions from the troika he went on TV to convince the Greek public that he had done the best he could And it always seemed to work "We know that no one is behind Tsipras pulling his strings" said Julie Bagietakou a social worker in Athens even after her Prime Minister failed to win any debt relief for Greece in July "We trust him to do whats right for the people” For her as for many Greeks Tsipras’s appeal came from being a new face in Greek politics not beholden to the establishment parties that had ruled the country for decades before he came to power in January One irony of his tenure is that Tsipras has increasingly relied on these establishment parties in parliament in recent weeks to approve the new bailout deal even when his own Syriza comrades refused to vote for it Those dissenters are now set to break away from the party and go it alone leaving Tsipras to drift ever further toward the mainstream center-left of Greek politics After the snap elections he may need to form a coalition with some of the establishment forces that he claimed to despise less than a year ago It would be yet another U-turn in a premiership defined by little else But his core supporters will likely forgive him as they have so many times already in his short time in office Contact us at [email protected]

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