That may change now that the entire Bundy family seems game to return – nearly 20 years later and all of them more bankable than ever.Katey Sagal told reporters after an event Friday to promote her new FX series “The Bastard Executioner” that she, Ed O’Neill and Christina Applegate have all been approached by Faustino to reprise their roles as Peggy, Al and Kelly, respectively.Landing a few TV movie roles in the early 1970s, she also worked as back-up singer, touring with such famous names, as Olivia Newton-John and Bette Midler.Putting her focus more into acting, she landed part on the short lived sitcom series "Mary" before securing a role in another sitcom "Married... It was her character Peggy Bundy on the show that catapulted her to worldwide stardom.The Los Angeles, California born star continued delivering memorable appearances on "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter", "Lost", "Boston Legal", "Eli Stone", and "Sons of Anarchy".American actress, perhaps best known for her role as Peg in "Married with Children, " a long-running popular TV series (1987-1997).
Beginning from 1999 to 2003, she lent her voice to adult animated science fiction sitcom "Futurama" as Leela.
“David approached me about and I said, ‘Anything, absolutely,'” Sagal said to Slash Film, among other outlets present.
“I think all three of us, Ed, Christina and myself all told David yes. It’s a continuation I think of Bud Bundy’s story.” “I suppose there’s a certain value in rebooting some of that but I’m not quite sure what it is,” she said. There’s so many original ideas.” As for Peggy Bundy’s iconic big beehive of red hair, Sagal believes she would probably not have changed a thing in the nearly 20 years since “Married With Children” went off the air.
"I mean, if Katey wants to write a book about her life, cool — but to write about someone and then have it affect their family I feel like is a really kind of low place to go to try and sell a book.”"One of the reasons I wanted to say some of this in the book is that my way of dealing with things in the moment was to very much check out, was to kind of anesthetize myself, numb myself," she said.
"It wasn’t until I changed my lifestyle that I felt the full effect."\"There was just this band of boys sitting at the table and I was their waitress and I sang them a song and, one thing led to another and I started this romance with Gene,\" Sagal said.