Actor Kristin Chenoweth has a message for the fans of ABC’s series ‘Pushing Daisies‘ regarding the series’ revival.
In PopCulture.com’s exclusive interview, Chenoweth, who starred as the Pie Hole waitress ‘Olive Snook‘ in the fantasy mystery comedy-drama series, said that she would love to have a revival for the series and to portray her character whether in a film or on a television series.
“I have even said to Bryan Fuller (the creator of the series), ‘How about a Broadway show?'”
However, she thinks that the best form for the revival must be television series; she said that “the safest thing to happen” would be TV amid the coronavirus pandemic.
During the interview, the actor, currently hosting ‘Candy Land,’ called out the fans, who are asking for new episodes, to bombard Netflix to make them take an action for a revival. She added that both Fuller and she are open and available for a new turn.
As known, the television series, starring Lee Pace as ‘Ned,’ Anna Friel as ‘Chuck,’ Chi McBride as ‘Emerson Cod,’ Ellen Greene, Swoosie Kurtz, Field Cate and Jim Dale, aired on ABC from October 3, 2007, to June 13, 2009. During its run, the series received high praise and was nominated for 17 Primetime Emmy Award.
What’s more ‘Pushing Daisies,’ which received critical acclaim for its metaphor and double entendre using and its unique storyline, was marked as a television series that fans most like to see return to TV in Esquire‘s “TV Reboot Tournament.”
In order to access the news source, click here.