Susan Lucci told of her and her costars hope for an All My Children reboot.
All They Need is a Chance
“When asked how she feels about the recent show revival rumors, the 70-year-old actress replied, ‘I’m so excited, so we shall see!'” reported Closer Weekly in an exclusive interview.
Lucci would “love” a chance for an AMC reunion, said Closer.
She also spoke of her great love of Erica Kane.
“There’s so much to miss about the character,” Susan continued. “The fans remind me that Erica Kane is very much part of their lives, so I haven’t let her go completely,” the actress said.
An Intriguing Prelude
The recent AMC reunion hosted by Lucci, Debbie Matenopolous, and Mark Steines on the Hallmark Channels Home and Family talk show revealed the deep bonds and love AMC cast members still share. Matenopolous and Stenies confirmed this.
“Everyone said they would be willing and able to pick up where the show left off,” said Debbie Matenopoulos.
“If Netflix were to offer them a second chance, they would do it in a heartbeat,” Mark said. “The way they looked at each other, they long for that connection again.”
The Main Ingredient
If you saw that reunion, you know Steines speaks the truth. There was such great affection–even excitement–about each other and for the work they did together. So, it makes sense that they want to work together again. The passion was still there, and that’s so important, right, dear Soap Cities readers?
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