Since the final episode of Malcolm, which starred Bryan Cranston and Frankie Muniz, aired in 2006, it has been 16 years. Though it has been a while, the exploits of one of the most eccentric and grungiest families in television history continue to enthrall people worldwide.
Many people will be delighted to hear Frankie Muniz’s most recent interview because of this. According to the actor who spoke with Fox News Digital, Bryan Cranston is reportedly working on the show’s remake.
The 36-year-old actor stated, “I’m curious to know what the family is doing. I know that Bryan Cranston is working on the concept and will create the script and start production. Therefore, something may exist, I’d be out, and We’ll have to wait and see.
Muniz admitted that his viewpoint radically changed when he returned to reviewing his previous work as an adult. I was a young child while I was filming the show. When it was on television, I never watched it, but I did see it with my wife later.
We produced 151 episodes over seven seasons. We saw each of the 151 episodes. Wow, this is what we were doing, I realized. I can set aside my desire to participate in it and instead observe it as a fan.
The cast of Malcolm’s has always had a deep love and respect for the other performers.
Muniz said Bryan contacted me and is a Hollywood God. He was terrific for the crew and everyone since he was so glad to be there. Thus in my mind, he is my hero. He has been calling me every two weeks for the past 15 years. He does it to check on me and ask, “I hope you are okay, what are you up to?,” among other things.