‘Make it Or Break It’ Revival Happening? Rio Olympics ‘Final Five’ Gold Inspires Reunion?
Could a revival of the Gymnastics themed series “Make it or Break It” be possible following the victory of the US team “Final Five” in the Rio Olympics?Advertisement
ABC’s “Make It Or Break It” cast has reunited via Facebook live chat with fans, as they recalled their most memorable moment from the gymnastics drama.
Cast members Cassie Scerbo (Lauren), Amanda Leighton (Wendy), Ayla Kell (Payson), Zachary Abel (Carter), Neil Jackson (Sasha) and Johnny Pacar (Damon) were game to talk about how they miss their set and the people they worked with.
Talking about the series’ final season in 2012, Scerbo said, “I miss my fake room. I miss it all!
“I cried the last three days,” Kell meanwhile admitted. “I couldn’t look Cassie in the eyes.”
Kell also said that the bond between her character Payson and Neil’s Sasha was her favorite, TV Line said in a report.
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“It was tumultuous there for a little while,” Kell said, adding, “but … she was broken for a while, and he helped fix her.”
“At the end of the day, they always had each other,” Scerbo added. “They were sisters and family.
With the cast members reunion, is ABC Family hinting a “Make It Or Break It” revival?
A possible revival may be just perfect as Americans are celebrating the victory of the “Final Five” gymnasts who clinched their fifth gold in the Olympics.
The team, composed of 2012 Olympians Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas and first-time Olympians Madison Kocian, Laurie Hernandez and Simone Biles, bagged the Olympic gold in the recent competition in Rio.
The Final Five has been wowing the gymnastics crowd with their world championship titled in 2011, 2014 and last year. They also won gold in the 2012 Olympics and this year’s most-coveted completion, NBC Olympics said.
“We’re going in as the best team in the world,” Aly Raisman said in an interview. “So we should carry ourselves that way, not be scared and shaky because we have that pressure. It should be the opposite.”
She added that as champions, the “Final Five” walks in like the number one and never let anyone intimidate them.