Melissa Joan Hart Ponders ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ Reunion

Now that a "Friends" reunion has officially been shot down, is there another TV reunion on the horizon we can look forward to? Maybe.

Melissa Joan Hart stopped by the "omg! Insider" studio on Wednesday, and talked about whether she would be up for a "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" reunion special.

"I might consider that, but it's always tough to go back," Hart told omg! when asked about the possibility. "It's so tough to go back and make it right, make it really good. You have one shot to get it really right -- everybody always looks older, things have changed."

"Sabrina the Teenage Witch” ran from 1996 to 2003 and was part of ABC's popular TGIF lineup along with "Boy Meets World," which is coming back to TV after 13 years with the spinoff "Girl Meets World."

"Those reunions seem so exciting, but in reality I think they don't always work out as well as they seem [like] they will," Hart said of the prospect of "Sabrina" coming back.

The "Melissa and Joey" star is currently promoting her Kickstarter campaign for "Darci's Walk of Shame." Hart is pulling a "Veronica Mars," so to speak, and is asking fans to help fund her new romantic comedy (think "The Hangover" meets "Bridesmaids").

"If the Darci movie goes, I will seriously consider a reunion," Hart said. "We'd have to get a lot of other people on board too, it's not just me that's the problem! If everyone goes to Kickstarter and we can get this movie made, then I will have a little dream come true. Then maybe I will make everyone's dream come true with a little Sabrina reunion."

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For more on Hart's new project, be sure to tune into "omg! Insider" tonight on CBS. You can find your local listings here.

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