Jennie Garth has revealed she’s looking into the possibility of a “What I like About You” reboot with her former co-stars Leslie Grossman and Amanda Bynes.

On Wednesday’s episode of “Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef” podcast, Garth shared that she and Grossman are ready to “get the gang back together,” but she is hoping Bynes could join them as well.

“I’ve learned that you never know, you know what I mean? Never say never,” Garth said. “I would want to do the show with Amanda. I would just want to make sure she was in a place where she wanted to do it.”

“What I Like About You” is an American TV sitcom that aired on The WB for four seasons from 2002 to 2006. Its story centers on the life of teenager Holly Tyler (Bynes), who moves in with her big sister (Garth) in New York after their father takes a job in Japan. The sisters then navigate life together while living under one roof.

“I would want to do the show with Amanda. That would be what I would want to do,” Garth continued. “I would just want to make sure she was in a place where she wanted to do it and what she wanted to focus on.”

The 50-year-old actress is unsure whether Bynes, 36, would want to team up with her again, but Garth said she is really considering the possibility of a reboot.

“Our birthdays are actually on the same day in real life. And so we’re thinking we’re connected in a weird way,” Garth added.

Bynes made her film debut in “Big Fat Liar” in 2002. She also starred in “What A Girl Wants” in 2003 and in “She’s the Man” in 2006. She continued to flourish on the big screen, starring in box office films like “Sydney White,” “Hairspray” and “Easy A.”

However, the actress suddenly announced in 2010 that she would quit acting. This move was followed by a series of legal troubles, including a DUI charge in 2014 when police determined that “she was under the influence of a controlled substance.”

Amanda Bynes
Amanda Bynes’ friends are worried that she won’t survive her latest rehab stint. Pictured: The Hollywood actress arriving at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards at Universal Studios’ Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California on June 5, 2011. Jason Merritt/Getty Images