Lisa Kudrow might be making another “Comeback.”

The “Friends” star, who currently appears on Showtime’s “Web Therapy,” is reportedly in talks to resurrect her cult comedy “The Comeback” as a limited series at HBO, Deadline reports.

The show ran for one season in 2005 on the pay cable network, with Kudrow playing a sitcom star trying to revive her career after her show was cancelled just shy of syndication.

Not unlike Lindsay Lohan’s OWN series, the character, Valerie Cherish, decides to star in a reality show as she tries to get her professional and personal life in order.

Kudrow might have “Veronica Mars” and “Arrested Development” to thank for these discussions, as fans have proven that they still care for their favorite shows long after they’ve been cancelled.

Several of the stars have had breakout success since the show’s cancellation, including Malin Akerman (“Trophy Wife”), Vanessa Marano (“Switched at Birth”) and “Twilight” star Kellan Lutz.

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