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Actresses Michala Banas and Simmone Jade Mackinnon, who played Kate Manfredi and Stevie Hall respectively, both dropped hints about a reboot on Instagram.Uploading an image of their Mc Leod's Daughters' characters - which also featured fellow former co-star Rachael Carpani - the women each wrote: 'Watch this space...'An earlier post by Michala contained an image of herself posing with Brett Tucker, another Mc Leod's Daughters alum.Mc Leod's Daughters is een Australische televisieserie van Nine Network.Vanaf 2004 is het de meest succesvolle serie op Australische televisie met een gemiddelde van 1,5 miljoen kijkers per aflevering.Confirmed: Channel Nine is considering a reboot of Mc Leod's Daughters, the Network confirmed .Former stars of the show Michala Banas and Simmone Jade Mackinnon both hinted at a reboot on social media'Nothing is commissioned, or set in stone.'While the show's last episode aired almost a decade ago, it looks like fresh life may breathed into the old favourite.

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At its peak, the popular Channel Nine show attracted an audience of more than 1.5 million viewers.