Looks like we might be getting that reboot of EVERWOOD. Series creator and showrunner Greg Berlanti is saying it might happen. Considering how busy Treat is I’m wondering where he’d fit it in unless there were a limited number of episodes.
Everwood has a “real shot” of making a comeback, says series creator
Without Chris Pratt though, right?
By Rianne Houghton 15 May 2018
Despite coming to a close over 10 years ago, classic US series Everwood might one day be making its comeback.
(Without Chris Pratt, we’re guessing though.)
Arrowverse legend and the series’ creator Greg Berlanti has recently revealed that the soapy drama has a ‘special place in his heart’, and that the door to Everwood has never really closed.
Speaking to Variety, the successful producer singled out the show for the potential revival treatment, saying that there’s “a real shot” it could return for a fifth season.
“Definitely of all of them, Everwood is the one that has a special song in my heart,” he admitted. “I think it’s about schedules and finances and budget.
“If we can get a budget to a place, I think that there’s a real shot that that could come back. I think we just have to figure out what would be the best way to do it, but there’s nothing firm in place yet.”
Everwood originally aired on CW forerunner The WB from 2002 through to 2006 before it was cancelled. The series followed Dr Andy Brown, played by Treat Williams, as he and his family adjust to life in the new town of Everwood following the loss of his wife.
As well as starring genuine A-lister Chris Pratt, the series also starred Gregory Smith, Vivien Cardone, Revenge’s Emily VanCamp and Debra Mooney, to name but a few.
SOURCE: DIGITAL SPY