It doesn't seem like an outlandish premise, given the success of shows built on a similar style of reboot, like The X-Files, Gilmore Girls, Netflix's Fuller House, or even the upcoming Independence Day continuation. "You and I have seen this business change before our eyes," Cranston told E!'s Mark Malkin. "I don't know how it works. I don't know how everything works anymore but all I want to do is tell the story and have a good experience."
While there haven't been any new Malcolm episodes since the show went off the air in 2006, and there's no guarantee that this is happening, we did have that brief moment when Cranston and Kaczmarek reunited to make an alternate ending to Breaking Bad.