A decade after the show finished, Bryan Cranston has revealed that a Malcolm in the Middle reunion may actually be in the works.
The actor, who memorably starred as Malcolm’s dad Hal in the comedy sitcom before going on to Breaking Bad fame, says he’s hopeful that it will happen sooner rather than later.
“I sure hope so,” Cranston said told E! Online when they asked about a possible reunion.
“I really do, for no other reason than that I miss those people like crazy and I stay in touch with them. The boys are doing great and Jane [Kaczmarek] is doing wonderfully and I’d love to.
“There’s a possibility we want to start talking about the possibility of putting together a story that makes sense about that family 10 years or 12 years later,” Cranston added.
“You and I have seen this business change before our eyes,” Cranston said. “I don’t know how it works. I don’t know how everything works anymore but all I want to do is tell the story and have a good experience.”
Malcolm in the Middle premiered in 2000 and starred Frankie Muniz as the titular, troubled teenage genius who vehemently hated everything to do with his family. Malcolm was a massive hit for Fox and captured seven prestigious Emmy awards during its six-year-run.
Although Cranston is open to a reunion, he is a very busy actor at the moment. He will next be seen in The Infiltrator, a drama about a federal agent who infiltrated Pablo Escobar’s drug cartel in the 1980s. On top of that, Cranston has also just been recently cast as Zordon in the Power Rangers reboot and will star in a duo of James France-directed films.