After years of hoping their favorite show would return to TV, Living Single fans may finally get a revival of the iconic ’90s sitcom.
Last year, Queen Latifah revealed a reboot was in the works. Now Kim Coles says something is happening soon.
“Listen what [I’d] love to say is that I have been neither contacted nor contracted. However, something is happening next month that I cannot talk about and that’s all I’m gonna say,” Coles told Entertainment Tonight in an interview published Thursday.
ET pressed her for more details.
“That’s all I can say. The six of us together, a reboot-ish. That’s all I can say,” she added.
If a reboot does happen, Coles said she thinks her character, Synclaire James-Jones, would be a mom.
“We always said that Synclaire and Overton were going to have twins, Syncloverton and Overclaire. I would love to see them,” she admitted.
Living Single debuted on Fox in 1993, and ran for five seasons.
The series about a group of single friends in Brooklyn co-starred Coles, Queen Latifah, Erika Alexander, Kim Fields, John Henton and Terrence ‘T.C.’ Carson.