It’s been a year full of reboot and sequel chatter, which might explain why Sheryl Lee Ralph thinks it’s time to start tossing out ideas for a Moesha reboot.
Ralph recently revealed to HipHollywood exclusively that a Moesha reboot would be wise. “It’s always been a great idea and I think it’s time has come,” Ralph said after suggesting she and the show’s star, Brandy Norwood, are a good team.
The Moesha star continued, “They’ve been rebooting so many other shows that aren’t half as popular as Moesha. So why not Moesha? People, I think, would just be falling down, tuning in to watch that show.”
Moesha was a hit 90’s sitcom that ran from January 23, 1996, to May 14, 2001. The program starred Brandy, Sheryl, Marcus T. Paulk, the late Yvette Renee Wilson and Countess Vaughn.
But while fans would love the idea of a Moesha remake, we wonder if the rest of the cast would jump at the chance to reprise their roles. The one person mainly in question would be Vaughn, who played Brandy’s best friend on the show.
Brandy and Countess feuded for decades before finally calling truce back in 2015 when Vaughn penned an open letter on Instagram apologizing for some of her actions.
“@4everbrandy I’m proud of you. For placing one foot in front of the other. For waking up every morning and simply giving it your best shot. for placing a premium on personal growth too,” she captioned the snap. “We been [through our] ups and downs , high and lows,” she wrote. But at the end of the day I had to learn in find myself why not be friends when we’re both talented, Why call you names when your just an amazing person… I’m proud of you for being you and working to rise to the best you inside of you.”
Do you think the show would be a hit … again?
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