Bryan Cranston Confirms ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ Reunion Is Happening This Week

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Calling all Malcolm in the Middle fans! It’s been a long while since the critically acclaimed series aired – 20 years, in fact.

And now there’s been some very exciting news about a reunion!

It sure does for us! The show wrapped up back in 2006.

The show, over its 7-season run, nabbed a Peabody Award, a Grammy, and 7 Emmys.

Malcolm, the third son out of four (and eventually five) was a genius-level kid dealing with school and his dysfunctional working-class family.

After a couple of seasons, the show branched out to focus on the whole family.

Remember Malcolm’s little brother? Intelligent in his own right – and often involved in his brother’s mischief.

That is, before little brother Jamie came along.

With those 4 brothers, how could there not be?

They’ve changed over the years, too. So let’s catch up with everybody from the iconic show.

We all know he’s been busy; most notably starring as Walter White in Breaking Bad.

Way back when, Cranston played bumbling and cowardly dad, Hal, in a role far more comedic than his stint as Walter White.

Christopher Masterson played Francis, oldest son in the family and juvenile delinquent. Although, to be fair, he’s straightened himself out by the end of the show.

And as of 2010, he’s transitioned into deejaying.

Way back when, he was older brother Reese, who was always scheming and picking on his brothers. Oh, and he was also a culinary prodigy.

Justin is a producer now, and he’s also a big fan of fly-fishing!

The family’s smart and stubborn matriarch was played by actress, Jane Kaczmarek.

Kaczmarek has continued acting, in film, television, and theater.

Frankie Muniz played the genius “Krelboyne” who, at the end of the series, graduated and made it to a prestigious college.

Aka, one of his more recent television appearances was on Dancing With the Stars! He’s also taken breaks from acting to join bands as a drummer, and begin an open wheel racing career.

In 2012, Muniz suffered what was effectively a ‘mini stroke.’ While on Dancing With the Stars in 2017, he revealed that he’d suffered significant memory loss from the event – including memories from his child acting days.

And now it seems their prayers have been answered!

About an upcoming reunion episode for the iconic show!

“This time we’re reading the pilot episode on Zoom.”

“The whole thing is the brain child of Linwood Boomer, our show’s creator, to benefit his charity @HealingCalifornia, an amazing organization that provides FREE dental, medical, and vision care to those in need.”

It’s all happening this Saturday evening – so keep your eye on Cranston’s social media if you’re worried about missing it!

Scroll on to learn more about Frankie Muniz’s medical issues that have left him not remembering the show at all!