After 18 years since the last shooting might Married… with Children come back?

David Faustino, the actor impersonating Bud Bundy, announced at a film premiere that he’s been already working on the spin-off of the series. If everything goes well, Ed O’Neill, who was Al Bundy, and Christina Applegate playing Kelly Bundy, might also appear in the new season.

At the premiere of the comedy Vacation, David Faustino said that the story of the Bundy family will continue soon. “I can confirm that we are working on the spin-off of Married... with Children. Sony has the copyrights, and they are excited about the sequels. There are some legal questions to be arranged, but we hope that this will happen soon.”

Faustino is currently working on the pilot episode of the spin-off, in which he and some other characters of the series would appear.

Recently the famous family has got together because of a Hollywood event: the shoe salesman Al Bundy, his wife, Peggy, and their children, Kelly and Bud. The reason for the event was that Katey Sagal, Peggy of the series, got a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Christina Applegate, Ed O’Neill and David Faustino also supported the series’ mother. By the way, Sagal admittedly looks great, her body is in a great shape, but she might have had too much plastic surgery done on her face. When Married... with Children was shot from 1987 to 1997, the actress was repeatedly nominated for a Golden Globe for playing Peg Bundy.  Finally, she won in 2011, but the prize was for her performance on Sons of Anarchy.

Ed O’Neill, who became famous because of Al Bundy’s character, got a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2011.

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“The whole old cast will take part with pleasure in the new episodes,” confirmed Christina Applegate, one of the protagonists of Vacation. “We all said yes immediately to the request” – said the series’ Kelly Bundy, who joked that after so many years her character must be living  as a mother of at least ten children.

The original Married... with Children entertained the audience for 10 seasons; the series was permanently finished in 1997. And the comedy Vacation is already in theaters.