One of the cult series of the 2000s is Malcolm in the Middle, which portrays the story of a dysfunctional family, and where actor Frankie Muniz earned a place in people’s hearts for his leading role as Malcolm.
Now, in an interview on Fox, the now 36-year-old actor whetted the appetite of fans of the show, acknowledging that there could be a sequel, from the hand of Brian Cranston, his father in fiction.
“I would love to know what the family is doing. I know that Bryan Cranston is really interested in the idea and that he is actively working on writing the script and getting everything going. So there could be something, we’ll see what happens, “said Muniz.
Muniz also added that he would be totally into the new project if it came to fruition as he is a huge fan of the series.
Malcolm’s word, “When I was shooting the series, I was obviously a kid. We did seven seasons, 151 episodes. I didn’t really watch the series when it was running, but I’ve watched it with my wife ever since. [Vimos] all 151 episodes, and I realized, ‘Wow, that’s what we were doing. I can separate myself from being in it and see it as a fan.”