Susan Lucci Teases Possible 'All Of My Children' Reboot: "Audience Is Wanting To Have It Come Back"
Have you ever heard of All My Children? The risk-taking TV series about Erica Kane aired more than 48 years ago!
It came to an end in 2011, and millions of fans had to say goodbye to their favorite characters. Since then, admirers of the show have been begging for a reunion.
Is it a possibility?
A few days ago, the internet was sent into a frenzy over the rumors of the revival of the hit soap opera. And in a recent interview with Closer Weekly, the star of the show, Susan Lucci, revealed she would be open to reconsidering in case of the reunion.
According to the 71-year-old, many fans all over the country are still willing to watch the show, even though it went off the air 7 years ago.
Earlier, the actress also revealed that she missed playing her character Erica. So, we think she will gladly join the cast for a potential reboot.
Still, other All My Children stars are not as optimistic. Kelly Overton (Rain Wilkins in the series) is afraid the reunion will disappoint the show’s viewers.
And Finn Wittrock (Damon Miller in the show) is of the same opinion:
It would be terrible to do something and have it not be good.
Although ABC has not commented on a possibility of a modern reboot or revival of the show, its fans rushed to social media platforms, begging the broadcasting company to bring it back.
Here are some of the comments shared
@ABCNetwork Bring romance back to ABC Daytime! Reboot All MY Children and One Life to Live! Million of lovesick fans are waiting. We want our Love in the Afternoon soap block back on our tv screens. Be our Valentine and do it, now!
— Susan English (@abcloveinpm) February 14, 2018
@ABCDaytime PLEASE bring back All My Children, even if only in a 30 minute format. In this era of program reboots, we still want to know what’s going on in wonderful Pine Valley!!
— jmk (@ILMB4EVR) January 10, 2018
If the Roseanne Show reboot bring in top ratings, then i can see All My Children and One Life to Live bringing big ratings as well maynot be 18 million but if they focus on issues of today, ABC will be a Leader again, people are sick of talk shows
— Dick Patten (@richardwaynepa2) March 29, 2018
Would you like to see a reboot of the series?