Holly Sorensen stuck she landing v Make that or break It, a TV show she created and executive created for abc Family, now Freeform. It adhered to elite gymnasts Kaylie Cruz (Josie Loren), Payson Keeler (Ayla Kell), Lauren Tanner (Cassie Scerbo), and also Emily Kmetko (Chelsea Hobbs) on your journey to the Olympics.

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To the dismay of fans, the channel abruptly canceled the present after only three seasons. The series finale aired in might 2012 right prior to London"s really Summer Olympics, where imaginative gymnast Gabby Douglas, a MIOBI fan herself, won both the individual and team competitions.

Viewers never obtained to check out their favorite characters fight for the ultimate gold medal, however in a dream world, the story wouldn"t end there. Practically seven years after the present premiered, the MIOBI family members is rallying for a follow-up movie. They desire Freeform (or anyone, really) come revive the present for the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil.


Sorensen and also the majority of the cast — consisting of starring actresses Loren, Kell, and also Scerbo — room on board.


A small but devoted group the die-hard fans have tweeted their support, too. Someone also started a petition.


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"MIOBI movie> would have to answer a singular inquiry that was the driving pressure of the present — who"s going come the Olympics and who"s going come win?" Sorensen called moment-g.com News end the phone last week. "When it acquired to the Olympic cultivate center and the main question that the show was no answered, it to be disappointing for a many fans."


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"My dream to be to have actually it <MIOBI> walk to the 2012 Olympics. It yes, really seemed like it would"ve been a fun thing to wrap increase the display , and also I had been planning the for the 4 years," Sorensen continued. "It would certainly be funny to wrap increase every storyline, it would certainly be fun to check out what occurred in every relationship, the would’ve been funny to simply know what taken place for sure."

Specifically, Sorensen provided three things she"d prefer a future movie come address:

1. That won the Olympics?

2. Space The rock gymnasts tho friends? ("Did competition death them or make them stronger?")

3. What happened to Emily and also her baby?

If you require a refresher, gymnastics wunderkind Emily left the display after finding the end she was pregnant in the second season. Meanwhile, the actress that played her, Chelsea Hobbs, to be pregnant in actual life v her second child, an beloved boy named Kingston.

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"It was a really super intense time because that the show," Sorensen said about Emily"s storyline. "It sort of threw the display for a loop, and also I"ve come to see that you setup for things, however the surprises that you gain -- ns feel this means with Recovery Road as well -- in state of casting or things happening are constantly gratuitous surprises. And the pregnancy storyline really provided us a possibility to check out something that the display would not have explored otherwise."

Recovery Road is Sorensen"s recent Freeform TV show, which premiered in January. The drama adheres to Maddie Graham, a 17-year-old dealing with alcohol and also drug addictions, with her treatment at Springtime meadows sober home. Both MIOBI and Recovery Road share the exact same heart, humor, and survival themes, Sorensen said.

"The sense that you can"t carry out it alone, the was a huge part the Recovery Road," Sorensen explained. "A huge part of Make it or break It was the me vs. The team . an separation, personal, instance sport, however it"s a team sport, and recovery is the can be fried team sport. ... If you choose the fight, the relationships, the camaraderie that MIOBI, every those points are an extremely much in Recovery Road."