Speaking on today's This Morning, Pauline Quirke - who played Sharon - said that they are yet to be approached by the BBC for a new series.
When asked about the chances of new episodes, she sighed: "Yeah..." before adding: "The BBC have never approached us."
Tracey actress Linda Robson said: "Fingers crossed, that'd be lovely!", before Lesley Joseph added, "We'd love to do it".
Host Phillip Schofield then suggested: "Listen, if the BBC don't do it then bring it to ITV! Do it here!"
Birds of a Feather, which ran to regular audiences of over 15 million on BBC One between 1989 and 1998, will return for a stage show in March with the original cast.
Written by original creators Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, the show will tour for 17 weeks.
Speaking about the tour, Robson admitted: "We worried about the script - we got a script through that we weren't really happy with.
"Then we got the original writers back on board and they came up with a fantastic script."
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