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"I don't think we've decided yet but we know what we're doing.We've got some really good parties to go to and Iron & Wine, which is one of my favorite bands, is playing down at the Orpheum so we're gonna be doing all that," the Queens native added.But in an interview with Studio 10 on Wednesday, her portrayer Fran Drescher revealed that it was actually the pair's on-screen romance that led to the death of the once-popular sitcom.The 59-year-old told explained that the show was cancelled soon after her character and Mr Sheffield (Charles Shaughnessy) got together, as it changed the dynamic, saying: 'This romance ultimately led to the demise of the show'.Fran divulged that she's not ruling out the possibility of reprising her most famous role.However, she said she wouldn't do it just for the money and that there would need to be a script that provided justice to the characters' story 20 years on and was of a 'high standard'.
Fran Fine is the nasal voiced, outgoing protagonist of the series who stumbles upon the Sheffields' doorstep and winds up as the nanny to Mr.In 2010, the exes confirmed that Jacobson is now an openly gay man, and the two continue to be the best of friends.The Nanny's larger-than-life protagonist Fran Fine enjoyed sizzling sexual tension with her employer Maxwell Sheffield.The show earned a Rose d'Or Jewish-American Fran Fine turns up on the doorstep of British Broadway producer Maxwell Sheffield (Charles Shaughnessy) to sell cosmetics after having been both dumped and fired by her boyfriend and employer Danny Imperialli.Instead, she finds herself the nanny of Maxwell's three children, Maggie, Brighton, and Grace.
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