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Bryan Cranston and Frankie Muniz are both on board for a possible Malcolm in the Middle reunion

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Malcolm in the middle ended in 2006 after seven popular seasons. The series remains one of the most popular shows from this particular glitch on television. So far, however, there hasn’t been a reunion, although reunions and revivals for several other popular shows of the time are doing well on both network television and streaming service providers. Apparently it’s not due to a lack of interest. While the show’s biggest stars have moved on and landed many roles on shows even more popular than Malcolm in the middle, they are not against the return. Both Bryan Cranston and Frankie Muniz have expressed interest in some sort of reunion.

Bryan Cranston is perhaps best known for his role in breaking Bad now, but before that he starred as Hal in Malcolm in the middle. in many ways Malcolm in the middle was his breakout role. The series holds a special place for Cranston, and he doesn’t mind returning to Star City, California.

E! News caught up with Cranston on January 13 and asked him about the possibility of a resuscitation Malcolm in the middle. Cranston said there have been talks of a film based on the famous series and he is fully onboard if it ever happens. He told the publication, “We had such a great family and I’d certainly be open to it if there was a good idea that came up like, ‘Oh that would be awesome to explore what happened to this family 20 years later.’ I can’t believe it’s already that, but that would be fun.”

Cranston has been busy since the end of both Malcolm in the middle and breaking Bad. Most recently he appeared in High Court. While his performance on the series as a Louisiana judge whose son is involved in a tragic accident involving members of an organized crime family was hailed, the show will not be returning for a third season. Cranston has two other projects in post-production at the moment, which means his schedule may be free enough to really consider reprisal for his role as Hal.

While Cranston is rumored to show up at some sort of reunion, he wasn’t the first Malcolm in the middle star to talk about it. Frankie Muniz was the first cast member to speak openly about a reunion. In an October 2022 interview with Fox, Muniz said he would be on board to appear in one Malcolm in the middle reunification project. He even claimed Cranston got the ball rolling. Muniz’s buy-in is a big deal. While acting consistently throughout his childhood and young adulthood, he took a step back to focus on his racing career in recent years.

Muniz, now 37, was just 15 when he first appeared as the title character on the show. Because he was so young when the series began, he never actually got to watch the show. Now he’s seen the whole series. Muniz told Fox that he and his wife sat down and watched the series from start to finish. Watching the series as a fan gave him new insights, and those insights have piqued his interest in seeing where the family is more than 20 years after they were first introduced to fans.

While Muniz and Cranston are both on board, an official announcement about a reunion project is yet to come. There hasn’t been a word from other leads about their interest in returning to the series. The series originally aired on Fox.

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