Why the faces of yesterday are back on our screens

You know how sometimes you know exactly how an article is going to turn out? I often get that feeling with The Guardian articles: sometimes they’re the kind of glib shallowness that you can string together with no understanding of the knowledge or issues in an attempt to get a laugh in place of informing people. But sometimes your expectations are confounded.

Take this article from The Guardian‘s Guide on why familiar faces from the 80s are back on our screens again. I expected something pretty rubbish. Instead I got something celebrating competence. How refreshing.