Peter Krause And Aaron Sorkin Have Already Discussed A ‘Sports Night’ Reunion
Could “Sports Night” grace our TV screens as soon as extra? According to actor Peter Krause, a couple of key gamers behind the present have already thought-about bringing it again to life.
Krause, who stopped by HuffPost Live to debate his latest position in “The Catch,” stated he’d mentioned the thought with Aaron Sorkin “not too way back.” Ron Howard, who labored alongside Krause for NBC’s “Parenthood,” additionally talked about the potential for a reunion when “Parenthood” wrapped, Krause added.
While the likelihood for a reunion is not concrete but, Krause stated he would completely be up for it.
“I would love to try this. I actually would…,” he stated. “That was a terrific present. I beloved it. One of the perfect occasions I’ve had within the enterprise.”
“Sports Night” had a brief two-season stint, however Krause insisted it was Sorkin’s “greatest” work, even over “The West Wing.” The present, which was based mostly on ESPN’s “SportsCenter,” offered the right backdrop for every type of storylines, he stated.
“I assume that was the suitable world for him as a result of you are able to do something. The world of sports activities is metaphorical for all times,” he stated. “And I assume when it comes to what he needs to do comedically, what he needs to do romantically and what he needed to do emotionally, I assume that world served his voice very properly. I imply ‘The West Wing’ was nice. I do not assume it had as nice a capability for comedy as ‘Sports Night’ did.”
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