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It's been more than 20 years since Christine Lakin played wisecracking Al Lambert on "Step by Step." But, with all of the TV reunions and reboots in the works, would the actress want to reprise her role?! toofab's Candice Brock caught up with the 36-year-old star at the 3rd annual Reality TV Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where she revealed if she would want to work with her Tgif family again. "I would definitely do a 'Step By Step' reunion," she told toofab. "I guess the question is, 'Would everybody else?' It's hard, I think a lot of us are scattered now. A lot of people have left the business and are doing other things. So, I don't know how feasible it would be, but man, I would sure love to get back together with everybody." She's still close with one member of her TV fam -- her on-screen father, »
- tooFab Staff
The former TV Guide Network — now Pop — which is officially rebranding on Jan. 14, unveiled four new projects in development Friday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.
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Those projects include the Morgan Spurlock and John Stamos‘ docuseries “Losing It,” another show featuring Z100’s Elvis Duran, a reality series pairing celebrities and inventors, and a stage show with celebrities recounting their most embarrassing life moments.
The revamped channel also announced that “90210’s” Shenae Grimes-Beech will co-anchor and serve as an entertainment correspondent for “Popsugar Now.” Grimes-Beech »
- Tony Maglio
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