7 Great TV Shows That Are Actually Spinoffs

Daria (Beavis and Butthead)

Daria, the iconic high school satire, originated as a character on MTV's Beavis and Butthead before getting her spinoff.

Ravenswood (Pretty Little Liars)

The short-lived Ravenswood, a supernatural thriller spinoff of Pretty Little Liars, followed characters like Caleb Rivers, bridging into a different genre.

Saved By The Bell (Good Morning, Miss Bliss)

Saved By The Bell, known for its tales at Bayside High, began as a spinoff from Good Morning, Miss Bliss, focusing on a sixth-grade teacher and her students.

The Simpsons (The Tracey Ullman Show)

The iconic animated sitcom, The Simpsons, had its humble beginnings as short sketches on The Tracey Ullman Show before evolving into its legendary status.

Frasier (Cheers)

Frasier, the beloved sitcom with eleven seasons, originated as a spinoff from Cheers, with intentional differences in setting and character background.

Legacies (The Vampire Diaries)

Legacies, delving into supernatural tales, is a spinoff of The Vampire Diaries, featuring new characters and a continuation of the mystical world.

Happy Days (Love, American Style)

Happy Days, a classic sitcom, originated in Love, American Style as an unsold pilot, later focusing on the iconic character Fonzie.