Several former cast members of Brookside have had a mini reunion, nearly 20 years after the show's conclusion.
Mark Moraghan, who played Greg Shadwick, posted some pictures of himself alongside other former Brookside cast members. He was seated inside a pub with Ricky Tomlinson and Louis Emerick, according to the caption.
Moraghan was however quick to rule out a reboot of Brookside. He replied "Noooo," alongside a crying laughing emoji, when asked if the soap would make a comeback.
Old friends are on set. pic.twitter.com/mJU80KBK70
The actor was kept secret about the specifics of their meeting, only confirming to a curious fan that they were working on a film.
Another tweet from Moraghan implies that the group was filming Our Kid, an upcoming documentary that will feature all three actors.
What a joy it was to work with such a talented cast and crew in #OurKid! https://twitter.com/PROUgvBxMN
Between 1998 and 1999, Moraghan played Greg Shadwick on the program, Emerick played Mick Johnson for 12 years until 2001, and Tomlinson was Bobby Grant from 1982 to 1988.
Brookside Television, for a two-decade run, enticed the careers of several actors, including Anna Friel, Jennifer Ellison, Ray Quinn, and Dean Sullivan.
While it is unlikely that the soap will ever make a comeback on our screens, fans still have the chance to watch some of the classic episodes.
Brookside was brought back by streaming giant BritBox last year alongside several episodes of Crossroads and Take the High Road. The soap's availability on BritBox follows on from the release of the show's 30th anniversary DVD Brookside: Most Memorable Moments (30th Anniversary Edition) in 2012.
The show's recent availability came after a campaign from super fan Lee Brady, who started a petition to get more episodes from the show available on streaming services. "There's a lot of nostalgia around it, and there's not much on YouTube, but Brookside was always ahead of its time," he told the Metro.