FOOTBALLERS’ Wives is returning though not as viewers remember it – instead a low-pitched chronicle is being prepared.
The strike TV array following a off-field escapade of wives and girlfriends aired from 2002 to 2006.
Maureen Chadwick, one of Footballers’ Wives strange creators, reliable to Radio Times repository that a low-pitched chronicle of a uncover is being created for a stage.
The adaption will be formed on a initial array of a show, that followed Tanya Turner and her diligent matrimony to footballer, Jason Turner.
It is suspicion that strange expel members would be formidable to attract for a show.
Producer Liz Lake told Radio Times that there are now no skeleton to move a array behind to TV, though she would acquire a opportunity.
She said: “If there’s an ardour for it, and adequate people wish it, it would be value carrying that conversation.
“Whatever pursuit we do, we get people revelation me they desired Footballers’ Wives. It was an shun and a bit of lovely camp, though it was still unequivocally confidant storytelling.
“I consider we’d cite to have an refurbish than a reboot, a reconstruction relocating it forward.
“It’s some-more than only nostalgia, it’s about saying what life is like now.”
Zoe Lucker, who played Turner in a original, said: “The thing that would worry me is, what if it wasn’t as good?”
“I always panic about that. The fact that people still speak about it a approach they do, we would hatred for any of us to go behind and for any of us to be unhappy and it would be such a shame.”
The full talk is accessible in Radio Times magazine, out now.