McLeod's Daughters: Where are they now?

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There's no denying McLeod's Daughters was one of our favourite Aussie television shows of all time. And fans could soon be reliving their favourite drama, with Nine Network confirming they are in talks with series creator Posie Grame Evans about a possible revival.
"We are talking to Posie Graeme Evans about how we could tackle it. We know how much everybody loves McLeod's Daughters, it's an important part of our heritage," a spokesperson for the network told The Daily Telegraph.
"Nothing is commissioned, or set in stone."
Fans were first clued into the talks after Michala Banas, who played Kate Manfredi and Simmone Jade Mackinnon who played Stevie Hall, both uploaded the same picture on their Instagram accounts earlier this week.
Michala and Simmone uploaded a shot of their characters Kate and Stevie, along with Jodi (Rachael Carpani) with the caption "Watch this space…"
Could it be back to TV for the McLeod's women, or would a streaming service pick them up?
Kiwi actress Lisa Chappell, who portrayed Claire McLeod (whose death on the show was traumatic enough to rival that of Patrick's on Offspring) previously told TV WEEK the series "came along right when Australian drama needed it".
"The timing was right, as we were this big, very different show about women on the land. It had a big heart. It struck a chord and the audience came with us."
Perhaps the timing is now right again. We're certainly ready to see what the team at Drover's Run are up to now.