Topic: Where to find social satire these days?
One of the best things about Seasons 1 - 2 was how SLIDERS satirized American society relentlessly. The Pilot skewers patriotism by exaggerating it to an absurd degree; "Summer of Love" takes aim and paranoia and ridicule towards non-materialistic worldviews; "Prince of Wails" takes aim at society's peculiar reverence towards monarchies; "Fever" is a screed on class warfare; "The Weaker Sex" examines gender roles; "The King is Back" takes aim at the American obsession with fame; "Luck of the Draw" casts a grim light on population growth and where do we find stuff like that today?
Personally, I like SOUTH PARK for constantly tackling every single prominent aspect of American culture from advertising to gentrification, but SOUTH PARK has all the subtlety of a brick. Still, Trey Parker and Matt Stone would be my choice for leading a SLIDERS reboot.