Whoa! The Lawrence Brothers are eyeing a return to television, TooFab has learned.
Cashing in on the '90s nostalgia currently sweeping pop culture, Joey, Matthew and Andy Lawrence said they're "pretty close" to signing onto a new series with Pop TV.
"First time in 15 years I think we're pretty close to doing it again," Joey told TooFab on Thursday at the premiere of Pop TV's "Hollywood Darlings" and "Return of the Mac."
"Pop has expressed interest. Nothing is signed, we'll probably be putting out a trade release in about a month."
"Single camera, edgy, very funny," he said. "Something that I think we're gonna have a lot of fun with, it'll be the first time in 15 years that the three of us have worked together in that capacity, so it's going to be a lot of fun."
A spokesperson for Pop TV could not be reached for comment.
But a Lawrence brother project would seem to be a programming match for the network's new fare "Hollywood Darlings," starring former child stars Jodie Sweetin, Beverley Mitchell and Christine Lakin as exaggerated versions of themselves and "Return of the Mac" with New Kids on the Block's Joey McIntyre.
Joey Lawrence is set to appear on the McIntyre's show during its upcoming first season.
The trio last series "Brotherly Love" ran from 1995-1996 on NBC before jumping to The WB.
The trio also recently released their first single together "Lose Myself" as Still Three.
"We shot a music video, we're working on it. The song was something that we did. I was working on something solo and so was Andy and Matt was there, we did that as a demo," Joey explained. "But the reaction to is has been amazing. We're actually going back in the studio tomorrow to work on a single, I don't know man but the response has been really cool. It makes you feel good when you do something, it's kinda neat."
"We're having a lot of fun with it, we're excited about this show that we've been working hard on," he added. "It's kind of coming around again. It sort of happens that way."