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Hang In There: Is a 'Good Luck Charlie' Reboot Series Really In the Works?

With talks of a possible Wizards of Waverly Place movie possibly happening one day, and a That's So Raven spinoff-series actually set to air, fans can't help but wonder what classic show might be revamped next. Well for Good Luck Charlie fans, you might just be in luck because one of the stars of the beloved Disney Channel series is speaking out and letting the world know she's totally down for the Duncans to come back in action.

Leigh-Allyn Baker, who played Amy, the matriarch of the Duncan fam, took to Instagram to share a throwback photo of the cast that she happens to have in a lovely, silver inscribed frame, writing in the caption that she would love to try out a new and improved version of the show on a streaming network, like Netflix.

"I kind of need to laugh given the stress of the world these days. How cool would it be to revamp the Duncans on a channel like @netflix ? If Full House can get fuller, why couldn't Good Luck Charlie get some more good luck?," she wrote.

Leigh-Allyn does bring up some solid points, since Fuller House is a Netflix original that is the sequel series to the classic show, Full House. Although the network did pass on picking up Girl Meets World — which was recently cancelled by Disney Channel much to fans' dismay — but who knows, there totally is a chance they might want to take on GLC. There are tons of stories to be told anyway: what happened during Teddy's life at Yale? How's PJ and Bob's food truck? What's Gabe up to now? Is Charlie making video diaries for their youngest brother, Toby? There are endless possibilities!

And she's not the only cast member who seems to be all about this reboot. Both Bradley Steven Perry and Jason Dolley retweeted Leigh-Allyn's tweet asking to see who would actually be interested in seeing a new version of GLC.

Pretty sure it's safe to say the oldest Duncan sons are all about it. And Mia Talerico, little Charlie herself, took to her Instagram account to share a cast photo from the super early days writing, "Who wants the Duncan Family back? @netflix how about making more memories with Good Luck Charlie?" in the caption of the pic.


Bridgit Mendler has yet to comment on this, but it will be interesting to see if Netflix actually does decide to make a spinoff series after all. There is definetely interest from the fans and the cast, so we'll just have to hang in there and see if the Duncan family's stories will go on.

What do you think about this potential new show? Tell us if you would like to see it come true in the comments section below and then click through the gallery to see then and now pics of the Good Luck Charlie cast!