Clearly, we’re thrilled about Disney+’s new Mighty Geese sequence starring Lauren Graham.
We love the Mighty Geese, we love Lauren Graham, and so we love something combining these two issues. We additionally love the truth that Emilio Estevez is ready to return as Coach Bombay, and we perceive that this present is ready a few years after D3, which got here out in 1996. However that does not imply we’re not nonetheless sitting right here questioning the place the remainder of the Geese are, like star participant Charlie Conway (Joshua Jackson).
The forged and artistic workforce from the brand new sequence gathered for a digital TV Critics Affiliation panel on Wednesday and did their greatest to reply that query with out truly answering it.
When requested if there have been discussions about bringing again different Mighty Geese stars except for Estevez (with out mentioning Jackson particularly), govt producer (and authentic Mighty Geese screenwriter) Steven Brill stated that they had not simply talked about it, however that they had “executed sure points of that query.”
He additionally stated that whereas the present is doing its greatest to reinvent and inform its personal story, it is not ignoring the previous.
“We have at all times been attempting, all through the entire sequence, to convey folks actually, emotionally and suggestively again into the story,” he stated. “So it must be enjoyable.”