Bring back the Salingers!
While there may not be anything in the works for a Party of Five reunion right now, Scott Wolf says he could imagine it happening at some point.
“I have nothing but fondness in my heart for that show and that experience,” Wolf told me yesterday at the Screen Actors Guild Foundation’s Los Angeles Golf Classic, which he hosted with his The Night Shift co-star Brendan Fehr. “If someone came up with a fun enough idea and everyone were going to participate then why not?”
He already has an idea—making a vacation out of the reunion by filming it in a “tropical location.”
Sounds good to us.
Party of Five followed the lives of five siblings (Wolf, Matthew Fox, Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert and various actors playing the youngest brother Owen) whose parents were killed by a drunk driver. It ended its run on Fox in 2000 after six seasons.
Jennifer Love Hewitt made a name for herself playing Sarah Reeves Merrin, Bailey’s on-and-off girlfriend.
Party of Five won the Golden Globe for Best Drama in 1996. A spinoff about Hewitt’s character was cancelled after just one season in 1999.
As we know, reunions are very in right now. Full House will be rebooted on Netflix as Fuller House, Coach is coming back to NBC and Ben McKenzie recently told our own Kristin Dos Santos he has hopes for a reunion of The O.C.
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