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‘Living Single’ Stars T.C. Carson and Erika Alexander Reunite and Fans Call for Reboot

While not much has been said about a “Living Single” reboot as of late, two of the 1990s show’s stars reunited: T.C. Carson and Erika Alexander.

“Toasting 25 years with a good friend @officialtccarson makeup @fred4face hair by @curlupanddyejanet_ photo by @benarnon #blacklove #blackmagic #atlanta @colorfarm #ColorTheFuture #KeepItColorful,” Alexander captioned the images.

Carson posted the same set of photos on his IG page writing, “I love my sister @erikaalexanderthegreat! Here’s to 25 years of ‘Living Single’ #livingsingle #kylebarker #maxineshaw #tccarson #erikaalexander #love #family.”

On the hit Fox sitcom, Alexander’s Maxine Shaw dated Carson’s Kyle Barker and the couple later became parents to a daughter named Kyla, as revealed on the spin-off series “Half & Half.”

Fans of the couple couldn’t get enough of the sweet reunion.

“Awwwwwww. My favorite TV couple.”

“Max still has a case of BARKERMANIA.”

“In my mind, Max and Kyle are somewhere in London talking about the craziness going on stateside—between sarcastic jibes of course—cozying up with a cup of tea, looking out on the night cityscape from their penthouse… @OfficialTCCarson @ErikaAlexanderTheGreat.”

“I would love to see you two together again in a series. A spin-off perhaps?🤔.”

Still, those eager to see Alexander reprise her role as the iconic attorney at law will be disappointed, as Alexander explained on “The Breakfast Club” earlier this year that she’s not looking to go back to the show, which is now streaming on Hulu.

“I think it’s great people are nostalgic for things in the past, maybe for good reason. It happens,” she said back in March. “But for me, I always tried to be honest and said that if my film and television career had been a lot better, I might not have any problem dipping my toe back in to that water and going and doing the Max character. But for me … time is so finite. You have so little time. I think I just want to see if I can do other things. And see if I can get people as happy for me or into a different character in a different way.”

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