‘The Durrells’ stars want to return with a Christmas special – or a movie!

It feels like The Durrells only just ended, but the cast already want the show to come back!

Based upon Gerald Durrell’s classic trilogy of Corfu memoirs, ITV’s 1930s family period drama aired its final season aired in 2019.

Following Josh O’Connor’s previous hints that the show could be revived at some point, another Durrells actor is already thinking about a reunion.

Callum Woodhouse and Milo Parker, who played Leslie and Gerry Durrell respectively, were appearing on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch when the pair suggested returning for a seasonal special.

Woodhouse told hosts Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer: “We’d love a Christmas special or an Easter special.”

The actor then raised the possibility of a big screen adventure for The Durrells, saying: “Downton Abbey‘s got the movie coming out, why can’t we?”

The Downton movie was released in cinemas last autumn and became a huge success at the box office.

Keeley Hawes, who played Louisa, is teaming up with Durrells creator Simon Nye again this year in a new ITV drama called Finding Alice.

The six-part series is described as an “honest, raw, blackly comic journey of grief, love and life.”

All four seasons of The Durrells are available on DVD on Amazon.